Here's How You Can Watch Every Episode Of Vanderpump Rules

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With the coronavirus pandemic still surging, the ability to binge-watch reality TV is of the utmost importance for many of us. And, when it comes to Vanderpump Rules, fans of the long-running Bravo reality series are long overdue for a new season. So, where can you go to watch each and every season for either the very first time, or to temporarily satisfy your need for new episodes? 

Luckily, there are plenty of places. While has just the most recent season, season eight, available for free online, they offer the entire season on the streaming service of their parent company NBC Universal, Peacock, which was launched in July 2020. Hulu, Sling, and Fubo offer all episodes of Pump Rules as well, and each streaming service offers a free trial to new customers. If you aren't into streaming and are subscribed to a cable provider, you will likely be able to watch at least the most recent seasons of the show. All you have to do is search up Vanderpump Rules and see if any episodes of the show are available.

Also worth noting for cable customers is the fact that Peacock is offered free from a number of providers, including Xfinity and COX. So, if you are a paying customer of either, all you'll have to do is visit Peacock's official website and enter your cable login information for access to the complete Pump Rules lineup. Fans can also purchase individual episodes or full seasons from Amazon.

Production on Vanderpump Rules is on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic

At this point in time, all fans of Vanderpump Rules can do to see their favorite cast members is watch old episodes of the show, or search them up on social media. After all, when it comes to a new season, nothing is promised at the moment. Typically, new seasons of Pump Rules are filmed from spring to fall of each year. However, because SUR Restaurant, where the series is based, has been closed off and on since March of last year due to the pandemic, the cast has been unable to film (via Bravo). 

Also putting producers in a bit of a predicament is the fact that Bravo has terminated the contracts of several of its stars, including Stassi Schroeder, Kristen Doute, Jax Taylor, and Brittany Cartwright, in 2020. Although there have been rumors of a potential Vanderpump Rules cancelation, Andy Cohen said weeks ago on his SiriusXM radio show, Andy Cohen Live, that the remaining members of the series make up a "solid" cast for the series' potential ninth season.

"Listen, so they've got Lala [Kent], James [Kennedy], Scheana [Shay], Tom [Sandoval], Tom [Schwartz], Katie [Maloney], Ariana [Madix], [and] the new people," Cohen said on Dec. 7. "I mean, that's a solid cast ... [and] new people Charli [Burnett], whoever they keep from the new people."