‘Vanderpump Rules’: How to Watch the Reunion Without Cable
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It’s reunion time! Part one of the Vanderpump Rules reunion airs Wednesday (May 24) on Bravo.
“There’s never been any reunion in any season, regardless of what was going on, where the cast — all of us — felt united,” Vanderpump Rules star Ariana Madix shared with E! News on Tuesday. “It was tough, but I almost felt more confident going into that day than I have on any other day filming a reunion.”
Madix also revealed that she got emotional watching the finale. “I watched it here in New York and I cried, definitely,” she admitted. “It was hard to watch but, at the same time, it felt like another lifetime.”
After last week’s finale aired, Madix broke her silence on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen, which was her first interview since #Scandoval broke.
Not familiar with Vanderpump Rules? The series began soaring in ratings after star Tom Sandoval was exposed for cheating on Madix — his nine-year, live-in girlfriend with whom he owns a house — with fellow cast member Raquel Leviss, one of Madix’s best friends. The cheating scandal broke in March, causing producers to pick the cameras back up and film an additional finale episode.
Given everything that fans now know about the monthslong affair between Sandoval and Leviss, the season’s final episodes have felt surreal and cringeworthy at times — but it’s paying off in the ratings. The episode before the finale reached what was a season 10 high of more than 1.43 million viewers, TV Deets reports. Meanwhile, the finale episode scored a whopping 1.8 million live viewers and the ratings spike carried over to WWHL, which snagged a reported season high of more than 1.4 million viewers.
During the WWHL interview, Madix went into detail about the cheating scandal, the upcoming reunion and selling the home she shares with Sandoval. “My plan is to sell the house. I want my money out of that house as quickly as possible and I want to move on,” she told Cohen.
Despite living under the same roof, Madix and Sandoval don’t “communicate on any level.” Instead, the former couple relies on Madix’s friend Logan, and Sandoval’s assistant to communicate with each other.
On Monday, Madix posted a video of stacked up boxes to her Instagram Story with the caption, “Ready to dip out,” but she’s not moving out just yet. In a follow-up post, Madix teased an ad for a collaboration with personal finance company SoFi. “I’m moving up, not out — well, not yet at least,” she states in the video. “It’s time to get my financial house in order. I will have more to share with you very soon.”
Keep reading for all the ways to stream Vanderpump Rules without cable.
How to Watch & Stream Vanderpump Rules
The three-part Vanderpump Rules reunion airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Bravo. Each week, the network premieres an episode from the previous week with never-before-seen clips. However, Peacock will stream exclusive, uncensored episodes of the reunion over the next three weeks.
If you already have Bravo through cable, satellite or streaming, check your local listings for channel information to watch or stream part one of the reunion on May 24.
How can you watch Vanderpump Rules without cable? Peacock is the easiest way to stream the show and other Bravo hits, including Below Deck, The Real Housewives of Atlanta, The Real Housewives of New Jersey, Summer House and Summer House: Martha’s Vineyard.
Vanderpump Rules Reunion: Pumped Up Addition will be available to stream on Peacock starting May 25 and every Thursday until the three-part reunion wraps on June 7.
Peacock is $4.99/month for the ad-supported plan and $9.99/month for commercial-free streaming and access to NBC. The streamer also offers annual plans that saves you 17% off the regular price.
From movies and reality shows to scripted series and sports, Peacock is packed with bingeworthy content. Besides Vanderpump Rules and other must-watch shows in the Bravo Hub, Peacock features original shows and films such as Poker Face, Bel-Air, Bupkis, The Best Man: The Final Chapters, Praise This, Mrs. Davis and Shooting Stars; in addition to WWE, Premier League, MLB Sunday Lead Off and other sporting events.
Not interested in joining Peacock? You don’t need cable to watch Bravo. Stream new and old episodes of Vanderpump Rules with a free trial from DirectTV Stream, Fubo or YouTube TV.
The cable channel is also available on platforms such as Hulu + Live TV, Sling and Vidgo (use ExpressVPN to stream Peacock and more internationally). And if you don’t mind paying per episode, every season of Vanderpump Rules is currently available on Prime Video for $2.99 per episode, and $19.99 per season.
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Fans of the show can also purchase episodes on Google Play, AppleTV and more.
Watch a preview for the Vanderpump Rules reunion below.