The scandal that sent shockwaves across the nation! Following years of conflicts, infidelity, dismissals, and rehirings, the tight-knit group of former twenty-somethings from West Hollywood finally fell apart due to a revelation of cheating that would leave even the most devoted reality TV enthusiasts astounded. After a decade of love, it came to light that original cast members Tom Sandoval and Ariana Madix had split, with allegations of Sandoval cheating on her with another castmate, Raquel Leviss.
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The highly anticipated reunion is set to air on Wednesday, May 24, at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo. For those without cable, you can catch all the drama via live TV platforms like DirecTV (offering a 5-day free trial), Hulu + Live TV, or Fubo TV (which provides a 7-day free trial).
Following its Bravo broadcast, Peacock will exclusively feature extended versions of all three reunion episodes starting on May 25. After the reunion specials, Bravo will present a “Secrets Revealed” episode on June 14, which will also be accessible for streaming on Peacock on the subsequent day, June 15.
Some of the explosive highlights from the “Vanderpump Rules” reunion trailer include: Madix confronting Leviss and using strong words like “demented” and “sub-human”; Shay breaking down in tears; Leviss’ ex, James Kennedy, angrily shouting at Sandoval and making violent threats; Leviss and Sandoval asserting that they’ve always been honest with the cast, albeit from the safety of their off-set trailer.
Andy Cohen has assured fans that he’ll address nearly all of their burning questions in this multi-episode reunion. But before we witness cast member Lala Kent candidly addressing various longstanding issues, there’s still the finale to look forward to, airing on Wednesday, May 17. This episode occurs after the main season has wrapped, shortly following Madix’s alleged discovery of evidence regarding Sandoval’s infidelity, prompting producers to resume filming.
Interested in watching the “Vanderpump Rules” reunion online without any cost? You can catch the ongoing series for free by utilizing a 5-day free trial of DirecTV Stream or a 7-day free trial of Fubo TV. Additionally, you can stream the three-part Vanderpump reunion on Peacock TV.
If you haven’t been keeping up with the tenth season as it airs, here are some top methods to tune in to the Bravo series, allowing you to watch all “Vanderpump Rules” episodes online:
Peacock TV offers the most budget-friendly option for streaming both past and current seasons of “Vanderpump Rules.” At just $4.99 per month, you gain access to a wide selection of over 50 channels, live sports events, and the convenience of next-day access to NBC and Bravo content.
Hulu + Live TV
Gain access to over 85 premier channels, including Bravo, by subscribing to Hulu’s Live TV plan, priced at $69.99 per month. This comprehensive package not only provides live sports, news, and cable networks but also grants you entry to Hulu’s ad-supported streaming library, which encompasses previous seasons of “Vanderpump Rules.” Furthermore, Hulu + Live TV now comes bundled with Disney+ and ESPN+, offering a combined savings of nearly $15 per month compared to subscribing to each service separately.
Fubo TV stands out as the most all-encompassing choice for accessing cable TV content online. This popular platform boasts a lineup of 153 channels, a generous 1,000 hours of storage space on Cloud DVR, and the flexibility to stream content on up to 10 screens simultaneously. While it comes with a monthly cost of $75, you can explore the service risk-free with a 7-day free trial to determine if it aligns with your entertainment preferences.