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Summer House

Summer House

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Photo Credit:  Karolina Wojtasik/Bravo
  • Premiered: 
    January 16, 2017
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  • Network: Bravo
  • Category: Series
  • Genre: Reality
  • Type: Live Action
  • Concept: 
    Spinoff of Vanderpump Rules 
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Plot Synopsis

SUMMER HOUSE is a one-hour reality series that brings together a group of nine friends who work hard making their money and building their resumes during the week, but on the weekends between Memorial Day and Labor Day, they share a summer house to let loose in the Hamptons. For years, this group of friends has summered in Montauk with a variety of people, but this year they've put together the perfect group to share a rental for an epic summer filled with drama, boozy brunches, beachfront thrills, rose parties, charity galas, bonfires, and jaw-dropping hookups. This close-knit group includes Kyle Cooke, the life of the party who must decide whether it's time to grow up or to remain the quintessential bachelor; Ashley and Lauren Wirkus, fun-loving identical twins who have reached a crossroads in life; group newcomer Carl Radke, a flirtatious ex-model who has caught Lauren's eye; longtime friends Everett Weston, an ex-Army Iraq war veteran, and Lindsay Hubbard, the ultimate alpha female, who throw everyone for a loop with their newfound love; Cristina Gibson, Lindsay's roommate, a freelance reporter who grapples with her friendships; Stephen McGee, the wild card of the bunch who isn't afraid to speak his mind; and Jaclyn Shuman, a flirty, newly single girl-next-door type who is looking to be distracted from a broken heart. On Monday, January 9, 2017 -- one week before the official series premiere -- Bravo debuted an unannounced sneak-peek episode of SUMMER HOUSE as part of what the cable channel advertised as a special two-hour episode of VANDERPUMP RULES.

The sophomore season of SUMMER HOUSE premiered on Monday, January 22, 2018 at 10pm ET/PT on Bravo. The original crew of Kyle Cooke, Lauren Wirkus, Carl Radke, Lindsay Hubbard, and Stephen McGee, all return for a summer filled with lavish parties, love triangles, and rose all day. They are joined by: Amanda Batula, who, after a year of dealing with Kyle's shenanigans, has reached official relationship status with him; Danielle Oliver, a flirty and self-proclaimed "guy's girl" who is always ready to party; and Amit Neuman, a friend of Carl's from Coachella, who recently quit a job in corporate insurance, traveled the world, and then moved back home to NYC. Plus, Wirkus' twin, Ashley, visits. In Season 2, Kyle, officially in a relationship with Amanda, breaks the golden rule of the house: no couples allowed! Meanwhile, after 28 inseparable years, the Wirkus twins are facing their first summer apart. Lauren has moved on from her fling with Carl, but there's still some sexual tension complicating matters, and Ashley is adjusting to her new life in California while dealing with a serious case of FOMO. Single again, Carl finds himself in a tricky situation when he invites his ex, Danielle, to join him and his friends for the summer. Newly single Lindsay is working 24/7 for her business, so weekends are about letting loose in a big way. Stephen hopes to find love this summer, but first he must confront his conservative family about his sexuality. New houseguest Amanda is excited to spend the summer with Kyle, but after all of his shenanigans last year, she wonders if the life of the party can be responsible enough to maintain a committed relationship. Danielle is shaking things up this summer by leaving her usual share house -- but sharing space with her ex, Carl and Lauren, could prove to be awkward. And newcomer Amit is just looking to have a good time after making major life changes.

Season 3 of SUMMER HOUSE premiered on Monday, March 4, 2019 at 10pm ET/PT on Bravo, with Kyle Cooke, Amanda Batula, Carl Radke, Lindsay Hubbard, and Danielle Olivera joined by Hannah Berner, Paige DeSorbo and Jordan Verroi. This season, after many years of trials and tribulations, Kyle and Amanda decide to take a leap of faith in not only their relationship, but in business as well. However, some of the crew think it might be for all the wrong reasons. Meanwhile, after giving Everett one last chance over the winter, Lindsay is hyper-focused and devoted to her growing PR firm and getting her confidence back as a strong, independent woman. Danielle has been killing it at her new job and her friendship with Lindsay has only grown more profound. The self-proclaimed party boy, Carl, is focusing on his career and not just on his next summer fling. Will he be able to keep the emphasis on these new values or will he go back to his old ways? Newly single, Hannah, has two things in mind - having fun and avoiding a relationship. Also new to the scene, Paige is ready to take the summer by storm. And Jordan, who is very confident, joins the gang causing some of his new friends to question if he's maybe a little too much, too soon. In the season opener, "Elephant in the Room," the housemates return to the Hamptons with several new friends in tow. But before long, there's trouble in paradise. Unresolved issues between Kyle, Lindsay and Danielle quickly spread through the house, leading their new housemates to question their decisions to join the summer share. Meanwhile, Carl vows to focus on his work and never hook up with a summer share housemate again.
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On Monday, June 3, 2019 at 10pm ET/PT, Bravo premiered the Season 3 finale of SUMMER HOUSE. In the season ender, "Will You Bury Me?," it's the last weekend at the Summer House and the crew gets together for one more epic 'death of summer' party. Despite their undeniable attraction, Carl gets closer to Kristen, while Paige embraces being single. Kyle asks for Amanda's father's blessing for an engagement, but after getting a lukewarm response, begins to rethink his proposal to Amanda.

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  • Produced by True Entertainment

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  • - Long Island, New York USA