How to watch the 'Vanderpump Rules' reunion—no matter where you are—as the final part approaches

You'll want to enjoy the last dose of messiness headed for viewers, even if you a million miles away from SUR

How to watch the 'Vanderpump Rules' reunion. Pictured: VANDERPUMP RULES -- "Reunion" -- Pictured: (l-r) Lala Kent, James Kennedy, Katie Maloney, Ariana Madix, Andy Cohen
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How to watch the 'Vanderpump Rules' reunion, season 10

  • Aired: Wednesdays from May 24, 2023
  • Number of episodes: 3, bonus "Secrets Revealed" episode on June 15
  • Stream it in full: Peacock
    Watch anywhere: Express VPN

All about the 'Pump Rules' reunion

With the end in sight, you need to know how to watch the Vanderpump Rules reunion, even if you're stationed hundreds of miles away from the chaos in California. 

We still have yet to uncover the Vanderpump Rules secret, so tuning in is a no-brainer. We can rule out that Raquel pregnancy rumor, but what is this earth-shattering piece of information we're going to be given? With the promise to shake up the cast—and Bravoholics—to the core, this forthcoming news could make or break Pump Rules for all eternity. 

Considering you've been following #Scandoval  updates since the beginning of March, are you really going to quit now? We didn't think so. Allow us to show you the way towards all of the messiness.

  • Vanderpump Rules reunion part 1: Thursday, May 24
  • Vanderpump Rules reunion part 2: Thursday, June 1
  • Vanderpump Rules reunion part 3: Thursday, June 8
  • Vanderpump Rules "Secrets Revealed": Thursday, June 15

How to watch the 'Vanderpump Rules' reunion in the US

Beginning Wednesday, May 24, Bravo will air the first part of the reunion at 9/8pm Eastern Time. But it looks like there might be a reward for waiting...or tuning in for seconds! 

The uncensored and extended editions with never-before-seen moments will stream next-day on Peacock beginning Thursday, May 25. (Peacock's offerings will hit the streamer on Thursdays at 6am ET, for those who need to know STAT, and we learned a lot from the Vanderpump Rules extended reunion.

You will need a Peacock subscription if you want to see the uncensored version of the reunion. Current plans include the Premium subscription for $4.99 per month or $49.99 per year, or the Premium Plus option for $9.99 per month or $99.99 per year. 

How to watch the 'Vanderpump Rules' reunion in the UK and beyond

If you're not in the US, or anywhere near the Cali-based drama series for that matter,  a VPN will help you tune in for all of the shenanigans that are about to unfold, no matter where you're located in the world. 

By purchasing a VPN and tuning into Peacock, you'll be able to follow along with what's happening with Lisa's staffers. A VPN allows you to change your location so that you can browse anonymously and change your IP address. This will enable your mobile, computer or laptop to think it's in another location. The fan-favorite choice is Express VPN, recommended by our colleagues at TechRadar. Not only is it easy to use, but there's a 30-day money-back guarantee if needed. 

But a heads up: considering Peacock won't have Pump Rules reunion episodes until the next day (Thursdays at 6am ET), make sure you're planning your marathon accordingly!

What's next for 'Vanderpump Rules'?

After the most explosive season to date, a lot remains up in the air for Vanderpump Rules season 11, but one thing's for sure: Ariana Madix has no intention of filming with her ex Tom Sandoval or her ex-best friend Raquel Leviss.

"I have nothing to say to either of them," Madix told The New York Times. "Our show is very real and follows a real group of friends, and neither of them are in the group of friends, so, good luck."

Yet, despite it all, she seems to be ready for the future. 

"Part of me feels like, 'What’s the worst that can happen?' she further told The Times. "The worst already did. So going forward, it feels a little bit like, 'What can I not handle at this point?'"

Danielle Valente
Digital News Writer

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Before her time at Future, Danielle was the editor of Time Out New York Kids, where she got to experience the best of the city from the point of view of its littlest residents. Before that, she was a news editor at Elite Daily. Her work has also appeared in Domino, Chowhound, and amNewYork, to name a few. 

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