PBS created its own show called Silicon Valley, which promises to be an informative look back at the start of the semiconductor industry.
We'll keep watching for the comic guilty pleasure, but also because the show tells us so much about what Silicon Valley is not.
Editor's Pick Hermione Way, one of the stars of Bravo's new reality show "Start-Ups: Silicon Valley," is a polarizing figure. But she's just being herself, she insists.
Warning: people with an elitist view on what it takes to earn the label "geek" may want to look away. For the rest of us, there's a new application called Silicon Valley Status that gives fans of Bravo TV series Start-Ups: Silicon Valley the chance to measure their status against the show's cast.
Guest Post Ugh. That's the word that best describes my view on Bravo's show, "Start-Ups: Silicon Valley."
A clip lasting just seconds was enough to put the real people of Silicon Valley in a tizzy over a Bravo reality television show tentatively titled “Silicon Valley.”
The show, still in development, will chronicle the lives of five relative …
Randi Zuckerberg is one of the biggest names connected to Silicon Valley, a Bravo reality show centering around the world of technology startups in and around the San Francisco Bay Area.
And last night, Ms. Zuckerberg took to the …
The cable network known for its hair-pulling, table-turning, housewife-humiliating reality lineup is zooming its lens on Silicon Valley with a reality series co-produced by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s sister.
Randi Zuckerberg, Zuck’s older sister and former Facebooker, is an executive …