The show was clearly aimed at Jenner's teen female fans, with every episode finding a not-so-subtle way to display Brody's abs. To dispel any suggestion that the show is homoerotic, Brody always has bikini-clad hotties floating around somewhere in the background. And then there's the "reality-but-acted-out" scenes between Brody and his original friends Sleazy T and Frankie that we've come to expect from anything MTV.
Still, Bromance is refreshing in that it's not about finding love, which seems to be all that reality shows are willing to deal with. I enjoyed the dynamic between the boys, and bonds that develops between them. The typical dude stupidity that had to happen with 9 blokes in one house makes great mindless television.
So give Bromance a go - but don't pin your expectations too high.