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"Start-Ups: Silicon Valley" (TV show) is a reality docu-series on Bravo that explores the intertwining lives of a group of young professionals on the path to becoming Silicon Valley's next great success stories.

Silicon Valley isn't a town, a neighborhood, or a zip code ... it's a concept; the epicenter for the most revolutionary advances in technology and where the future of tomorrow is being created today. Sarah Austin, Dwight Crow, Kim Taylor, David Murray and brother and sister duo, Ben Way and Hermione Way, all have a unique perspective on the future of technology, business and how to get ahead in the most competitive culture in the country. These driven, ambitious and highly motivated individuals are all work and all play as they blaze their own paths to become the next Silicon Valley success story. While trying to find balance amidst their complicated social network they discover that in the fast paced world of Silicon Valley success and failure can come and go with just a simple keystroke.

"Start-Ups: Silicon Valley" is produced by Den of Thieves with Jesse Ignjatovic and Evan Prager serving as Executive Producers along with Randi Zuckerberg as Executive Producer for Zuckerberg Media. Eric Detwiler serves as co-executive producer.


Network: Bravo
Genre: Reality
Runtime: 60 mins.
Premiere Date: November 5, 2012
Seasons: 1
Production Company: Den of Thieves

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