The network is keeping their cards close to their chest as it decides whether Vanderpump Rules will be cancelled or renewed for another season.
The network is keeping their cards close to their chest as they decide whether Vanderpump Rules will be canceled or be green-lighted for one more season.
Bravo fans were already aware that the network had taken a major hit to their show after Stassi Schroeder and Kristen Doute sentiments were called out. Thanks to the reawakening of the Black Lives Matter movement, networks are being forced to hold their reality stars accountable for their inexcusable behavior. Most recently for Bravo, an interview from 2018 resurfaced where the podcast showed Schroeder laughing about calling the police on her black co-star, Faith Stowers. Due to this and an insensitive Nazi picture, she was let go along with three other cast members. Fans had enough of the networks star’s faux PR apologies. But what will be the fate of the popular spin-off?
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According to E! the Bravo show still hasn’t resumed since the coronavirus pandemic started back in January and there does not seem to be a new start date set. Fans are wondering if they will ever see a pumptini drunk again or a SUR server order goat cheese balls again.
The outlet reported that the filming for Vanderpump Rules was still very much on hold and not no date had been reset for the cast to resume production. But let’s be honest, what would there be to film? Four of the women are pregnant, both Schroeder and Doute are not welcome back, and Villa Blanca has closed down. Bravo also cut ties with Max Boyens and Brett Caprioni. What Bravo fan wants to sit at home and watch the Tom’s run around their empty bar while Lisa Vanderpump plays with her zillionth puppy? The outlet also reported that “with so many uncertainties during the COVID pandemic, showrunners are telling the crew that the show has not been canceled, but the upcoming season is currently on hold, and asking them to please sit tight until the future is more clear.”
Customarily, Bravo cameras film the young cast during the summer months. But since that was the height of the pandemic and LA shut down everything including restaurants, there was nothing interesting to film. SUR and PUMP have now reopened but LA County only allows outside dining. It just may be time for the show to call and end to its run and for the cast of Vanderpump Rules to move on with their lives, away from reality TV.
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