|Broadcast area||Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Regional QLD, Regional VIC, Northern NSW, Southern NSW & ACT, Mildura|
|Picture format||1080i HDTV|
|Owner||Seven West Media|
|Sister channels||Channel 7|
|Launched||15 January 2023|
|Replaced||Openshop (DTV channel space)|
|Freeview Seven owned (virtual)||75/65|
|Freeview Seven Regional (virtual)||65|
7Bravo is an Australian free-to-air digital television multichannel, which was launched by the Seven Network under license from NBCUniversal International Networks on 15 January 2023.  The channel contains programming from NBCUniversal's American networks, including Bravo, E! and Oxygen, along with entertainment and talk show programming from NBC and its American broadcast syndication division.
On 25 October 2022, it was announced that Seven would be launching a new channel, 7Bravo, on 15 January 2023, featuring content from NBCUniversal, timing with the announcement of the wind-down of Foxtel's domestic version of E! on 31 January 2023 at the end of their NBCU output deal. On 30 November 2022, a blank channel appeared on the Seven multiplex. It remained a dark screen until 14 December, when it carried a still with the channel's logo for a month. A lead-up video loop aired on 14 January, promoting the channel's launch the next day, which began with a marathon of the latest season of Million Dollar Listing New York.
Programs aired on 7Bravo are mix of programs from NBCUniversal's channels including E!, Oxygen, NBC, and Bravo, many making their domestic Australian terrestrial premieres; many have been already available through streaming services or on pay-TV services like Foxtel.
Some of the shows aired on the channel include Million Dollar Listing New York, The Real Housewives of New Jersey, The Kelly Clarkson Show, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Judge Jerry, Below Deck, and Botched. No library content from Seven or its sister services is currently a part of the network's schedule.
Programs making their free-to-air debut include Dinner Date, Top Chef and Killer Couples, with Saturday Night Live returning to free-to-air for the first time in many years after decades on Foxtel.
Nearly all Seven-owned stations carry the network as part of their multiplex, though GWN7, Seven Southern Cross and WIN Television do not, rendering it a pay-TV-only offering in those areas.