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Bravo TV used this photo to announce a new docuseries called “Indian-ish,” which will follow several Indian American families living in Miami, Florida. (bravotv.com photo)

Get ready for a comedic docuseries on Bravo TV that will feature, for the first time, an all-Indian cast.

Bravo TV has announced that a new series is in the works, titled, “Indian-ish,” which will feature several multi-generational families from India who have relocated to the U.S., and are now living in Miami, Florida.

“Indian-ish,” said Bravo TV, follows several families spanning three generations who have shared close friendships since they relocated to the Miami area decades ago. “Because most of the young adults featured in the show live at home until marriage, it’s a constant tug of war between the parents trying to maintain a shared sense of history and culture and their adult children who are assimilating into American culture,” it said, adding, still, these families are determined to live their lives centered around the “most important values for Indian Americans: family, success, and tradition.”

“Indian-ish” is produced for Bravo by Truly Original, with Steven Weinstock, Glenda Hersh, Lauren Eskelin, Michelle Schiefen, Ian Gelfand and Michael Meinecke serving as executive producers.

The cast details have been kept under wraps and no premiere date has been announced.

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