Most fans would agree that every season gets better than the last; the series highlights friendship issues, relationship drama, service-industry tea, and more that’s only magnified with every season.
That said, Season 10 has left fans stunned — between Katie Maloney’s life after divorce to a mind-blowing cheating scandal that has left the cast speechless. And since Bravo always concludes a season with a reunion, viewers are wondering what to expect.
Here’s the lowdown.
The ‘Vanderpump Rules’ Season 10 reunion was filmed on March 23, 2023.
Buckle your seatbelts, folks! Not only will the Vanderpump Rules Season 10 reunion hit the small screen soon, but Bravo head honcho Andy Cohen revealed that the Tom Sandoval and Raquel Leviss cheating scandal will be covered.
The cast was spotted arriving for the taping on March 23 looking as glam as ever and ready to discuss the "Scandoval."
Andy said production had initially stopped filming for Season 10. However, once they received word about Tom and Raquel’s alleged affair, they jumped into action to shoot the fallout. Needless to say, this reunion will be one for the history books. But when does it air?
When will the 'Vanderpump Rules' Season 10 reunion air?
On May 11, Bravo announced that the reunion will start airing on May 24, 2023. The trailer is ... dramatic, to say the very, very least.
Obviously, the Scandoval will most likely provide the most fodder at the reunion, but there's plenty of other drama to cover too. There's the whole restraining order mess between Raquel and Scheana, for example. While the actual restraining order was dropped so they could film the reunion together, we have no doubt it will be a ... topic of conversation.
The ‘Vanderpump Rules’ Season 10 reunion will be a three-parter.
Once the news about the cheating scandal made its rounds, Andy and his shady self took to Twitter to ask viewers about how many parts the reunion should have. And it's now been announced that it will, indeed, be a three-parter.
Some past seasons have had three-part reunions, including Season 7, which highlighted the demise of James and Jax’s friendship, Ariana and Lala’s hookup, and Jax’s explanation for his bad behavior toward Brittany’s family.
Season 10 has been an especially juicy one, so it makes sense that the reunion will be a three-part affair (pun completely and totally intended).
After all, Raquel’s dating life is blossoming, Brock and Scheana have tied the knot, and of course, everyone wants answers as to why Tom thought it was smart to supposedly step out of his nine-year relationship.
Viewers are in for a memorable one, that's for sure.
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