'Shahs of Sunset' Season 9: Air time, how to live stream, cast, trailer and all you need to know about Bravo's reality show
'Shahs of Sunset' will premiere on May 16
The loud Los Angeles gang is back and ready to start the drama. In 2021, they are prepared to move past the bitterness and are focused on forging friendships that will last a lifetime. 'Shahs of Sunset' Season 9 looks promising. While some relationships will be tested, newer ones will form amid the pandemic. Read on to know more.
The Bravo-backed show will premiere on May 16 at 8/7c. For more information, check your local listings.
How to live stream
'Shahs of Sunset' Season 8 episodes can be streamed here. Watch this space for more updates.
The previous season ended on a bitter note for most. The cheating rumors devastated Reza Farahan and his husband Adam Neely's marriage. As both tried to salvage what was left of their relationship, MJ found herself blaming Reza for being an absentee friend. She wasn't able to fathom that her best friend hadn't checked up on her when she needed him the most. While their beef continued, Golnesa 'GG' Gharachedaghi found herself massively invested in the idea of motherhood. After several tries and multiple heartbreaks, she eventually conceived. This was easily the most heartwarming news from Season 8.
Apart from the regulars Reza, GG, and MJ, Mike Shouhed, Destiney Rose, and Nema Vand will return too, and joining them is London Laed as a friend.
The network dropped the trailer on April 20 and has clocked 130K views since. The comments have not stopped pouring in and the fans cannot wait for the show to arrive.
"Shahs always brings it...no shortage of drama if MJ is in the group, hopefully she got a nice raise this season," one wrote, while another pointed out: "Okay this might be the recovery we needed from how underwhelming Rhoa was and they're my favorite." "Omg whaaat?! I didn't even know there would be a new season! That's awesome! Need something other than housewives lol. I was still waiting for last season's reunion," a user commented.
The reality TV series is produced by Ryan Seacrest Productions. Serving as executive producer is Ryan Seacrest, and Truly Original with Steven Weinstock. Glenda Hersh, Lauren Eskelin, Lorraine Haughton-Lawson, Julie 'Bob' Lombardi, Apryl Richards, Chaz Morgan serve as executive producers, and Joe Van Ek, Patrick McCabe, and Pyongson 'Sunny' Yim as co-executive producers.
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