How to watch 'The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip' season 2 from anywhere

'The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip' season 2 is almost here and our how-to-watch guide will make sure you don't miss one messy moment

Jill Zarin, Taylor Armstrong, Tamra Judge, Vicki Gunvalson, Phaedra Parks, Brandi Glanville and Dorinda Medley attend "Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip" season 2 New York premiere at The Bowery Hotel on June 21, 2022 in New York City
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After all of the island hijinks that the Real Housewives All Stars cast gave us in season one, we are more than ready for Ultimate Girls Trip season 2

The spin-off series brings together fan favorites across multiple Real Housewives franchises—this time for eight drama-filled days in the luxurious Berkshires estate of the "make it nice" queen herself, Dorinda Medley. 

And if you're like us and simply can't wait to see how the Big Apple bosses from The Real Housewives of New York City mingle with the Cali girls of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and Orange County, and everyone in between, we've put together a handy how-to-watch guide so you don't miss a single minute—no matter where you are in the world. 

Here's how to watch the Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip season 2 anywhere. 

How to watch 'The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip season 2' online:

Watch 'The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip season 2' in the US

The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip season 2 is a Peacock original series, so yes, you need a subscription to the streaming platform to watch the season live stateside. 

Currently, you can get a basic Peacock subscription for $4.99 per month or opt for an ad-free experience with the $9.99/month Peacock Premium Plus option. 

Watch 'The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip season 2' in the UK

Those living across the pond can watch The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip season 2 via a Sky TV or NOW TV subscription. Customers of both services have access to Peacock content, including Ultimate Girls Trip, at no extra cost.

Watch 'The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip season 2' anywhere

For those outside the US and the UK, you can still watch The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip season 2 live by using a VPN. 

A VPN is a handy piece of software that allows you to browse anonymously and change your IP address so your mobile, computer, or laptop thinks it's in another location. That means can watch your favorite show, film, or event - even if you’re away from home. Our favorite VPN service is ExpressVPN (opens in new tab)—rated the best VPN in the world right now, by our colleagues at TechRadar.

Platform rules often mean you'll be blocked from using your streaming service if you're outside the country. But by using a VPN to change your IP address, you can continue to watch wherever you are. 

So if Peacock or Sky TV is not available where you live, you can use a VPN to change your location to the US or UK and access The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip season 2 that way. Sneaky!

When does 'Ultimate Girls Trip' air?

The first three episodes of The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip season 2 will drop on Peacock on Thursday, June 23. Thereafter, the remaining episodes will be released weekly on each of the following Thursdays.

How many 'Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip' episodes will there be?

Like the first season, there will be seven episodes in total of Ultimate Girls Trip season 2, spanning from Thursday, June 23 to Thursday, July 21.

Who is in 'The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip' season 2 cast?

The sophomore season will feature cast members of four Real Housewives franchises:  Taylor Armstrong and Brandi Glanville from The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Vicki Gunvalson and Tamra Judge from The Real Housewives of Orange County, Eva Marcille and Phaedra Parks from The Real Housewives of Atlanta, and Dorinda Medley and Jill Zarin from The Real Housewives of New York City.

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