'Summer House' Season 4: Release date, plot, trailer and all you need to know about Bravo's reality show
Bravo's 'Summer House' is a crossover from one of the network's famous shows 'Vanderpump Rules.' 'Summer House' has completed three successful seasons already and here's all we know about the upcoming one.
‘Summer House’ Season 4 is scheduled to premiere on February 5.
The character-driven show follows a group of affluent men and women (who are not couples) spending a summer under one roof. No points for guessing that when you put strong personalities in one house, there's going to be tons of drama. Expect a lot of yelling, screeching, partying, sex and more from Season 4.
The idea is to have these people take some time off, hang out with one another while discussing their life's goals, plans for the future, relationships outside the house and such. The show is filmed at a New York property called the 'Water Mill House,' which is spread across 6500 sq ft. and boasts of 8.5 bedrooms. However, it is not known if the makers will change the location for Season 4.
It would be interesting to see rich, young people find their way around the house as they handle the many challenging situations thrown at them.
‘Summer House’ features a fixed cast - Kyle Cooke, Lindsay Hubbard and Carl Radke ever since it first went on air. However, in the following seasons, they were joined by Jordan Verroi, Paige DeSorbo, Hannah Berner, and Danielle Olivera. Unfortunately, Olivera and Verroi will not return for Season 4. But, Cooke, Hubbard, Radke, DeSorbo, and Berner will be a part of the show. Adding to the list are new members Jules Daoud and Luke Gulbranson.
'Summer House' is produced by Left Hook Media and True Entertainment.
A clear promise of lots of hook-ups, flings, marriage and end of relationships. 'Summer House' Season 4 is looking to be explosive.
Where to watch
‘Summer House’ Season 4 is scheduled to premiere on February 5, 9/8 c on Bravo.
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