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The long-awaited 11th season is finally here, and available to stream online.
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Season 11 of “Vanderpump Rules” — which became a sensation earlier this year during its 10th season because of the #Scandoval, a cheating scandal within the cast — will premiere on Jan. 30.
The premiere will air on Tuesday, Jan 30 at 8 p.m. ET on Bravo. Cable-cutters can stream the drama on live TV platforms such as Sling TV (which offers a free trial), DirecTV, Hulu + Live TV or Fubo TV (which offers a 7-day free trial). Episodes will also come out the following day on Peacock.
Two of the three #Scandoval principals, Ariana Madix and Tom Sandoval, who broke up in March after she learned of his months-long affair with fellow castmate Rachel Leviss, will return to the show, alongside veteran castmembers Lisa Vanderpump, DJ James Kennedy, Katie Maloney, Lala Kent, Scheana Shay and Tom Schwartz.
Leviss, formerly known as Raquel, will not be coming back; instead, she will be launching the podcast “Rachel Goes Rogue,” also in January.
The #Scandoval sensation launched “Vanderpump Rules” into record-breaking ratings, and yielded two Emmy nominations for the veteran Bravo show.
In the trailer for the show’s 11th season, Kent tells a newly bleached-blonde Schwarts he looks like “Dad-bod Ken,” Kent tells Vanderpump she’s looking for a sperm donor and Schwartz speculates that Sandoval is still in love with Leviss. Additionally, former “Vanderpump Rules” star Jax Taylor and Vanderpump get into it, presumably in order to set up “Vanderpump Valley,” the forthcoming spinoff starring Taylor, his wife Brittany Cartwright and Kristen Doute, all of whom were fired from “Vanderpump Rules” in 2020.