BRAVO MEDIA PREMIERES "VANDERPUMP RULES" AND THE NEW DOCUSERIES "RELATIONSHEP" ON MONDAY, DECEMBER 4 AT 9PM & 10PM ET/PT
Take A Trip Down Memory Lane When "Vanderpump Rules How They Got Here" Airs November 27th at 10pm ET/PT
NEW YORK - October 30, 2017 - Bravo Media serves up a double with a twist in the season six premiere of "Vanderpump Rules," immediately followed by the series premiere of the new docuseries "RelationShep," on Monday, December 4 at 9pm & 10pm ET/PT respectively.
This season on "Vanderpump Rules," Lisa forges ahead with her plan to add another restaurant to her growing empire but when her new partners, Tom Sandoval and Tom Schwartz, show their inexperience, the veteran restaurateur butts heads with them every step of the way. Newly single and nearly divorced, Scheana finds herself at the center of the SUR gossip when rumors about her new relationship begin to swirl. Ariana and Tom face one of the biggest fights of their relationship, as Tom's loyal dedication to his friends makes Ariana feel like an afterthought. When Lala convinces Lisa to give her one last chance at SUR, the former outcast finds herself in an unlikely new role of peacekeeper, which complicates her friendship with James as he deals with a shocking rumor about his sex-life. Stassi tries to salvage her four-year relationship with Patrick, while Kristen devotes her energy to breaking up Jax and Brittany rather than focusing on her own relationship. Meanwhile, Jax finds himself faced with a shocking accusation that could risk losing the best relationship he's ever had. Brittany wonders whether or not to stand by her man and the SUR gang is torn down the middle as they must decide where their loyalties lie. For a sneak peek, visit: http://www.bravotv.com/vanderpump-rules/season-6/videos/your-first-look-at-vanderpump-rules-season-6
In addition, on Monday, November 27 at 10pm ET/PT don't miss the opportunity to reminisce on seasons past with "Vanderpump Rules How They Got Here" a half-hour featuring the most memorable moments from five seasons of drama, hijinks and friendships, go back to where it all began to relive the memories that had everyone speechless.
In the new series "RelationShep," Shep Rose has reached that sobering moment in every man's life where his own biological clock starts ticking. At 37, he is cutting it close with his goal of being married with two kids by 40. However, he has yet to find a worthy companion that checks all of his boxes. His search for the worldly, intellectual, outdoorsy, can-throw-a-beer-back, artistic, free-spirited, lingerie model-with-an astrophysicist-brain type of woman has come up empty in the bars of Charleston. Determined to meet his match, Shep is taking his search on the road and going on blind dates set up by his friends. He will scour the country stopping in Los Angeles, Dallas, Austin and New York City to meet eligible women and, hopefully, fall in love. A few lucky ladies will travel back to Charleston to meet his "Southern Charm" family to see who can handle his unconventional life and keep him in a committed relation-Shep. For a sneak peek, head to: http://www.bravotv.com/relationshep/season-1/videos/this-season-on-relationshep
"Vanderpump Rules" is produced by Evolution Media with Douglas Ross, Alex Baskin, Bill Langworthy, Lisa Vanderpump, and Ken Todd serving as Executive Producers. Robert Carroll, Joe Kingsley, Audrey Olsen and Jeremiah Smith serve as Co-Executive Producers.
"RelationShep" is produced by Haymaker Productions with Aaron Rothman, Irad Eyal, Peter Scalettar, serving as Executive Producers. Sarah Steinfeld and Pamela Gimenez serve as Co-Executive Producers.
"Vanderpump Rules" Season 5 was the most watched season of the series ever with 2.4 million total viewers, up +3% from season 4.
(Source: Nielsen L7)
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