The Vanderpump Rules universe is ready to expand.
On Thursday night, Deadline and other celebrity gossip outlets confirmed that a spin-off of this popular and controversial Bravo show is in the works.
According to Deadline, the upcoming reality show “It will follow a close-knit group of friends, who trade their glamorous lives in West Hollywood and trade in bottle service for bottles as they adjust to the next chapter of their fun-loving lifestyle in The Valley.”
Some familiar faces will also headline the series.
There aren’t many details available, but Jax Taylor and his wife Brittany Cartwright, who welcomed their first child, Cruz, in April 2021, are among those set to feature prominently.
Additionally, Kristen Doute, who returned to Vanderpump Rules amid the scandal that centered on Tom Sandoval cheating on Ariana Madix with Raquel Leviss, is also expected to be a cast member.
The first season will consist of eight episodes.
This announcement marks the latest spin-off of Vanderpump Rules… which itself It was a spin-off of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
Taylor and Cartwright previously starred in Vanderpump Rules: Jax & Brittany Take Kentucky.
The show only aired for one episode in 2017 and recounted how the couple vacationed in Cartwright’s home state of Kentucky and spent time with the star’s loved ones.
Meanwhile, Doute and co-star Stassi Schroeder were kicked off Vanderpump Rules in June 2020 after filing a police report against co-star Faith Stowers for a crime she didn’t commit.
For its part, Vanderpump Rules reached its highest viewership point during the season 10 finale, drawing 4.1 million viewers on Bravo, on demand and on the Peacock platform within three days of its release.
This episode dropped bombshell after bombshell about Sandoval’s affair with Leviss for months.
Series regular Lala Kent revealed Monday during an Amazon Live session that season 11 of the blockbuster Bravo began shooting last Wednesday.
It is not clear at the moment if Leviss will be part of it.
As for Cartwright and Taylor?
They asked for E! News at the iHeartRadio Music Festival in March if they could return for Season 11, with Jax hinting that something was in the works.
“I wish I could tell you,” he replied this spring. “We have so much going on right now.”