NBCUniversal announced today that it has added another platform to its popular TV Everywhere offering by adding two more apps to the Roku platform.

Bravo Now and E! Now will be available for Roku customers in the U.S. once they authenticate a pay TV provider. Customers can use their Roku devices to stream full seasons, and current and past episodes of many of Bravo and E!’s most popular original series.

Roku customers can download Bravo Now from the Roku Channel Store to watch Bravo’s slate of hits and popular series. Featured shows on the channel include breakout series Vanderpump Rules, Emmy and James Beard Award winning Top Chef, as well as various cities from hit franchise The Real Housewives. Beginning this fall, customers will be able to catch up on the network’s critically acclaimed scripted series Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce.

On E! Now, customers can watch E!’s breakthrough unscripted programs, including reality hit Total Divas, the highly-praised docu-series I Am Cait, and the network’s most talked-about new show, Hollywood Medium with Tyler Henry. Current episodes of perennial fan-favorite Keeping Up with the Kardashians will be available to Roku users soon after its April launch, and season four of Rich Kids of Beverly Hills will be available in early May. Other shows to follow include current episodes of Botched and The Royals.

“Bravo Now and E! Now offer passionate fans some of the best – and undeniably most addictive – programming wherever and whenever they want, and we’re happy to make it available to Roku customers,” said Dina Juliano, SVP of Consumer Product Strategy, TV Everywhere, NBCUniversal. “This launch underscores our commitment to enhancing the digital experience for our networks’ subscribers and further connecting audiences with NBCUniversal’s beloved TV brands.”

“Roku is built for streamers and we’re dedicated to delivering the best content to our customers,” said Ed Lee, vice president, content acquisition, Roku. “Not only are Bravo and E! significant additions to our U.S. offering, they bring whenever, wherever access to some of TV’s most binge-worthy series to Roku users.”

Bravo Now and E! Now are part of NBCUniversal’s TV Everywhere, the media industry’s effort to make quality content available to pay TV customers where and when they want it. Other NBCUniversal brands on Roku include NBC, NBC News, USA, NBCSN, and CNBC.

A full-line of Roku devices can be found on authorized retailers like Amazon.com