It’s all happening! Bravo is cashing in on the success of season ten of Vanderpump Rules by finally moving forward with a spinoff show!
The deal has yet to be confirmed by Bravo. However, the media outlet reports that the spinoff show’s first season will have eight episodes.
The untitled reality show will reportedly follow Jax, Brittany, and Kristen as they trade in their carefree West Hollywood lives for adult life in the Valley.
Jax and Brittany married in 2019. That same year they purchased a home in Valley Villiage, as did Kristen and several other Pump Rules stars. In 2021, the two welcomed their son, Cruz.
Earlier this month, the former SUR bartender teased his return to Bravo while chatting with Rolling Stone.
When asked about the rumored Valley Rules spinoff show of Pump Rules, that at one point was set to star Jax Taylor, Brittany Cartwright, Kristen Doute, Stassi Schroeder, and Beau Clark, the 43-year-old hinted that Bravo might be working on reviving the spinoff.
“We just can’t talk about it right now, unfortunately. I wish we could!” Jax said. “It’s definitely not dead, but I can’t talk about it. I apologize. There are a lot of moving parts right now, and this interview is happening right in the middle of it.”
Back in 2022, former Vanderpump Rules OG Stassi Schroeder first confirmed that a spinoff show was in the works before she and Kristen Doute were fired from the show in June 2020.
According to Stassi, the Pump Rules spinoff show was set to start with her wedding to Beau Clark in Italy. Stassi and Beau’s wedding would have transitioned the Pump Rules cast to their new show Valley Rules while introducing a new generation of SURvers on Pump Rules.
“They were going to slowly transition us and keep ‘Vanderpump Rules’ with a whole new cast of people who work at the restaurant, and so the rest of us would transition into this,” Stassi explained on The Toast in April 2022.
“The way that ‘Vanderpump Rules’ started, where it was like ‘Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,’ and it transitioned into ‘Vanderpump,’ that’s what we were going to do with my wedding,” she continued. “So that’s not happening.”
Vanderpump Rules is expected to return to Bravo in 2024.