Vanderpump rules was reportedly canceled after a shocking new report.
According to the news from Jax Taylor and Brittany CartwrightSome reports have alleged that Bravo finally closed the reality show after eight seasons and has no plans to partner with Jax and Brittany to prepare for their child’s birth.
On December 4th, Tamara Tattles announced that the decision was made between Bravo, Evolution and Lisa Vanderpumpwho starred in the series and also acted as executive producer.
According to the report, the Pump rules The cast’s talent options expired and instead of extending them for a ninth season, the network reportedly opted to sack the entire group.
Although Jax and Brittany were reportedly hoping to continue their reality journey with their own series, Bravo reportedly turned down the idea. And when it comes to switching to another network, the couple along with the rest of the cast won’t be able to do so for a period of time as they are all under a one-year non-compete agreement.
Days later, a second report from Tamara Tattles provided additional details regarding the reported cancellation from Pump rulesThe COVID-19 restrictions at the SUR restaurant where the series is located impacted the decision to cancel the show.
It was also found that the producers weren’t sure how to proceed with the series as the majority of the cast no longer work at the restaurant.
As the fans will remember Stassi Schroeder, Kristen Doute, Max Boyens, and Brett Caprioni were fired from the show in June after being charged with racist behavior.
Since then, Tamara has confirmed the entire cast has been released despite the podcaster’s claims Kate Casey.
“Vanderpump Rules won’t be canceled, trust me,” Kate tweeted.
But according to Tamara, Kate’s source, a showrunner on Pump rulesspeaks of the belief that producers will bring Pump rules back with a “new, diverse cast” and filming will begin “early spring”.
While the CEO of Evolution Media tries to push for a return with a new cast at SUR and no familiar faces, Bravo is reportedly not on board.
The report adds that the cast are still in the dark regarding this alleged cancellation and will likely be briefed this week.
TO UPDATE: Kate repeats that Pump rules will start production next spring as it claims Tamara’s source is incorrect about its source.
Your source about my source is wrong.
– Kate Casey (@KateCasey) December 6, 2020