Blind Claims New Pump Rules Spinoff Gets Green Light

Lala Kent, Stassi Schroder, and Kristen Doute.

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A new Vanderpump Rules spinoff may be coming to TV.

The future of Vanderpump Rules has not yet been revealed by Bravo, but it seems like something is brewing on the network.

There were rumors that the show would be cancelled, especially since Bravo has not yet renewed the series for a 10th season. There were also plenty of rumors about former cast members who were previously fired from the network getting a second chance and returning for a revival. Another string of rumors suggests the show will be getting at least one spin-off that follows the lives of the OG cast members as they navigate the world without working at Lisa Vanderpump’s restaurant SUR.

In March 2022, a blind one was sent in DeuxMoi claimed that a spin-off was in the works and that Lala Kent was on the way to becoming a star.

Word on the street is that this popular Bravo spinoff is getting the ax despite two main characters parting ways. But due to yet another network crossover, they’ve learned that it’s smart to play a character on a new show — still in planning mode, but the main atm is a certain mistress (new mom) done wrong,” the read blind people

Flash forward a few weeks and there seems to be more to come.

Here’s what you need to know:

Rumors of a spin-off were in full swing following Kent’s appearance on Watch What Happens Live

Lala Kent, who still starred in “Vanderpump Rules,” appeared on the April 11, 2022 episode of “Watch What Happens Live.” Shortly after the episode aired, fans began talking about Kent being introduced as the star of “Vanderpump Valley.”

Shortly after a commercial break, host Andy Cohen reintroduces Kent and uses “Vanderpump Valley” instead of “Vanderpump Rules,” sparking much speculation. Within hours there were blinds about a new VPR spinoff by that name.

“#RHONY isn’t the only show rebooting,” one blind published by Bravo and Cocktails read on April 12, 2022. “After a season of disaster, Bravo is relaunching the once triumphant Vanderpump Rules franchise. The plan is simple for the network. Rest the OG show for a year and give Leva Boneparte’s timeslot Southern Charm spin-off. The second part of the plan is the release of ‘Vanderpump Valley,’ a spin-off starring the OG couples and fan favorites who are navigating their lives as adults and no longer as Sur employees,” the blind man continued.

“The green light has already been given here,” shared the anonymous source. The source went on to say that VPR will not be cancelled, but will be completely recast and will be bringing back in 2023. The show is then rumored to follow the lives of bartenders and servers working at PUMP.

Another blind hints that the VPR-OGs are in talks to get their own show

If you follow Jax Taylor on social media, you’ve probably heard him say he’s working to get his family back on TV in some way. Turns out that can actually happen.

Other blindly sent to bravo and cocktails claims that the OG members of “Vanderpump Rules” could get their own spin-off.

“So it means Shah’s isn’t the only spin-off in the works. There is another one that is being talked about. You had a blind because of a certain outlandish bar star. It’s unclear if their network would take the flack and bring them back, but this spinoff definitely focuses on where this crew is in their lives NOW,” the blind read.

“So much has changed and they know the old format just isn’t enough with this crew. Don’t be shocked if you are here [sic] The bar crew are getting their own show,” the anonymous source continued.

While there hasn’t been any confirmation, it looks like Stassi Schroeder, Beau Clark and their daughter Hartford will be joining the spin-off, as will Jax Taylor, Brittany Cartwright and their son Cruz. The show may also star Lala Kent and her daughter Ocean, as well as Scheana Shay, Brock Davies and her daughter Summer.

CONTINUE READING: Jax Taylor and Brittany Cartwright return to TV ‘soon’

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Brian Ashcraft

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