The 10th season of Vanderpump Rules has been renewed! Bravo presented its 2017 programming schedule on Thursday, which included greenlights, premieres, and returning programs, including the Vanderpump Rules cast.
The program, which ended its ninth season in January, had an uncertain future, and with Katie Maloney and Tom Schwartz splitting up, as well as James Kennedy and Raquel Leviss calling off their engagement, the series’ future was even more questionable. However, Bravo’s decision indicates that season 10 will be packed with plenty of drama and booze.
In April, ET’s Brice Sander spoke with Lisa Vanderpump about the long-running series and what viewers might anticipate if it returns for a tenth season.
“We’ve been doing this for ten years, and I believe the show is still evolving. Because these are genuine relationships, there is a lot of content “According to Vanderpump.
At the time, the restaurateur also stated that if the program was renewed, she would not be opposed to welcoming back former cast members, some of whom had left after causing controversy.
“I was pretty vocal about hating the whole cancel culture kind of feeling,” Vanderpump continued. “They’re young, they’re dumb, and they make errors.” “I believe we see a lot of that on the show. It was an indication of the times. I understand why Bravo felt compelled to make a statement, but I am a firm believer in people learning from their mistakes, being given second chances, and progressing.”
“When we’re younger, we all make a lot of mistakes, and we’re not always held accountable,” she concluded. “… I would have slapped their wrists, smacked their bottoms, and said, ‘OK, let’s work through this and have a greater knowledge of empathy so we can truly evolve from this scenario.'”
Vanderpump Rules joins the ranks of other Bravo series that have been renewed, including Project Runway, Married to Medicine, Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles, Summer House, Winter House, Family Karma, Below Deck, Below Deck Mediterranean, and The Real Housewives of Orange County, New Jersey, New York City, Potomac, and Salt Lake City.