Summer House Season 6 - Here's What We Can Tell Fans So Far

For over a decade, Bravo has provided millions of viewers will a nearly endless supply of reality television drama. One of Bravo's most recent ventures, "Summer House," introduced in 2017, has been an especially big hit among the network's fans. The show's cast was first introduced during an episode of "Vanderpump Rules" and consists of Millennials from New York who work in a variety of fields. Each summer, they spend their weekends at a large summer house in the ultra-wealthy town of Montauk, located in East Hampton just outside New York City, per Refinery29. Each season, the group of friends drink to excess, engage in tense love triangles, and get in monumental fights with one another.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, cast members were forced to spend their entire summer in the house during the filming of the fifth season in the summer of 2020, rather than escape back to their homes in New York City during the week as they did in prior seasons, according to Bravo. As one might imagine, this constant close proximity to the epicenter of drama provided quite a few memorable moments for fans of "Summer House."

Though Season 5's finale premiered in May 2021, fans are already eager for the sixth season of the show to drop on Bravo.

Rumor has it Season 6 was filmed this past summer

Though Bravo has yet to reveal if a sixth season of "Summer House" is in the works, certain social media activity from the show's biggest stars seems to suggest that fans might be able to look forward to more Hamptons drama at some point in the near future.

For starters, cast member Danielle Olivera posted a picture of her standing in front of the Montauk mansion where the show is filmed on her Instagram on June 19. A few days later, another cast member, Lindsay Hubbard, posed in a photo alongside fellow "Summer House" cast members Olivera and Carl Radke at an event for one of the show's most popular figures — Kyle Cooke — on her Instagram profile.

No details have been released about what sort of mayhem the cast members get into during Season 6. According to Us Weekly, in season 6, stars will be able to return to commuting back and forth from the city.

New faces will be introduced in Season 6

Throughout its five-season run, "Summer House" has seen many cast members come and go. Season 5 featured a few cast members who have appeared each season, including Carl Radke, Kyle Cooke, and Lindsay Hubbard alongside Amanda Batula, Ciara Miller, Danielle Olivera, Hannah Berner, Luke Gulbranson, and Paige DeSorbo, per ET Online.

At the end of the fifth season, Berner announced her permanent exit from "Summer House" after an especially dramatic turn of events during the show's Season 5 reunion in which Radke accused Berner of making harmful remarks about suicide and mental health, per Us Weekly.

Despite the fact that Bravo has yet to reveal who will be appearing in the sixth season, Us Weekly reports that Hubbard, Cooke, Batula, DeSorbo, Miller, Radke, Olivera, and Gulbranson have all hinted at the fact that they will be returning for another season of "Summer House." Hubbard also told Us Weekly that "Winter House" star Andrea Denver will also be joining the cast in the sixth season. Additionally, "Southern Charm" and fellow "Winter House" costars Craig Conover and Austen Kroll will also be making an appearance at some point in the newest season. "What's fun is that you have 'Winter House,' you have 'Summer House' and then you have 'Southern Charm,'" Conover told Us Weekly. "So, it's a little nerve-wracking, but I'm also really excited to be back with everyone. You'll see our dynamics from 'Winter House' then carry into this summer and who knows how that's going to go."

Kyle and Amanda's wedding will likely be featured on the sixth season

In September, Kyle Cooke and Amanda Batula finally tied the knot. Given the fact that Paige DeSorbo and Carl Radke served as a bridesmaid and groomsman, and Lindsay Hubbard, Danielle Olivera, Luke Gulbranson, Ciara Miller, Everett Weston, Craig Conover, and Austen Kroll were also in attendance, it seems highly likely that the wedding will be featured on the sixth season of "Summer House," according to Page Six.

The pair were married in an outdoor ceremony at Batula's home in New Jersey. According to People, the couple got engaged back in 2018. Originally, the couple had intended to get hitched in September 2020, but had to postpone those plans due to the Covid-19 pandemic. "It's really weird to, like, get excited about planning a wedding that you don't even know if it's going to happen," Batula told Entertainment Tonight in 2020. "You want to move forward, you want to book all these people. But, like, who knows? ... At what point do they let 250 of your closest friends and family get together in a confined space? ... But we are staying optimistic. I mean, I think there are worse things that can happen."