“The Andy Cohen Diaries” (& Andy Cohen) Are About To Get the Animated Treatment

The true definition of Quibi is “quick bites; brief” and the up and coming network has just added what many would consider the equivalent of pop culture candy to their ever expanding roster of programming. The animated series The Andy Cohen Diaries, direct from the mind of author and Watch What Happens Live host Andy Cohen will be part of their programming. The new series is going to chronicle both the iconic and untold moments from Cohen’s daily life, along with brand new chapters weaved into the already existing ones.

The series is going to serve as the next installment of the New York Times best-sellers, “The Andy Cohen Diaries” and “Superficial: More Adventures from the Andy Cohen Diaries,” which documented three years in the pre-fatherhood life of the producer, New Year’s Eve co-host and author, told in his own unique and ultra cheeky words.

Cohen (already animated on the covers of both of his books, as well as in his talk show intro) will get the animated treatment once more in the Quibi series as he will detail his most recent adventures, which (per Deadline) includes “irreverent celebrity encounters, behind the scenes of his shows, nights out on the town, and the trials and tribulations of first-time fatherhood”.“I’m so excited to start writing more adventures in my diaries, and animated, short installments represent the perfect format to bring these to life,” said Cohen.

The six-episode series is going to be executive produced by Andy Cohen through his own company, Most Talkative Productions, along with ShadowMachine.

This is the latest new chapter for Cohen, as Bravo just announced that Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen has been renewed through 2021 (having the dubious distinction as being the only late night talk show hosted by an LGBT host). Between hosting #WWHL, writing for the new animated The Andy Cohen Diaries, hosting Andy Cohen Live twice a week on his SiriusXm Radio Andy channel, and continuing to serve as an Executive Produce for all Real Housewives programming on Bravo (as well as hosting the must-see reunions) Cohen continues to be one of the busiest men in the entertainment industry. 

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