The series follows Brown, his wife, pop superstar Whitney Houston and his extended family over the course of six months as they put their respective lives back together. The series will also demystify Brown's relationships with Houston; their daughter, Bobbi Kristina; his children from previous relationships, La Princia and Bobby Jr.; and his brother Tommy, Bobby's personal manager.
"'Being Bobby Brown' will allow the public to see Brown outside the context of a pop icon and bad boy, rather they'll witness an artist striving to clean up his life for his future and the future of his family," said Lauren Zalaznick, President, Bravo. "Bravo is committed to providing programming that goes deep into the internal worlds of creative people."
Tracey Baker, executive producer for B2 Entertainment added: "On the one side there is Bobby as he is portrayed in the media. On the flip side is Bobby as a person. This show, shot cinema verité style, is an introspective look at Bobby Brown the husband, father and friend. This is his story, told in his voice. Viewers can decide for themselves about what kind of man they think Bobby Brown really is."
Bobby, Whitney, and their friends and family celebrate the holidays with a merry party in Atlanta. The Browns also take a trip to the grocery store, whip up holiday fare in the kitchen and trim the tree.