Winter House Season 1: Release Date, Cast, And New Details

Bravo has its fair share of real-life-focused shows, centered on everything from housewives to servers. "Summer House" was no different. The show gathers friends to live in a house together all summer long. "Summer House" was such a smashing success that "Winter House" is now on its way. People just can't go three seasons without this cast and the season is starting sooner than you might think.

"Winter House" is exactly what you expect it to be — friends all living in one house, spending part of the winter together. According to Entertainment Weekly, many familiar faces from "Summer House" and another Bravo series, "Southern Charm," come together in Stowe, Vermont to do exactly what they do in the summer, but in sweaters and scarfs. There are old faces, new faces, and, of course, a little bit of drama is sure to be sprinkled in there as well. Here's a breakdown of everything you need to know before the season hits, because this will definitely be a winter to remember.

Winter House release date is seasonally appropriate

'Tis the season for pumpkin spice lattes and sweaters. Although there might not be snow on the ground, temperatures are falling and people are getting ready for the cold-weather months. It turns out that you'll be able to cozy up to "Winter House" this season as well. According to Entertainment Weekly, "Winter House" will premiere on Bravo on October 20 at 9 p.m. ET/PT — practically right around the corner. While this is the first season of the show, there's a good chance that this will be a staple for cold-weather seasons to come.

The show's debut is perfect timing. "Summer House" typically comes out in the spring to get their viewers ready for the summer, before it's actually warm enough to go sit by he pool but in just enough time to get you excited about when you can. It looks like "Winter House" will do exactly the same thing: get you ready for the snow, even though the season is technically not here yet.

The cast of Winter House has faces both familiar and new

As far as the cast of "Winter House" goes, Bravo fans will be super excited to see who is going to be included. According to Bravo, there are 12 people joining the show in a mashup of two shows you already know and likely love — "Summer House" and "Southern Charm." The two Bravo worlds are colliding and pulling some of each cast out of the warm weather and into the snow this season. Of course, there will be a few unfamiliar faces as well, keeping things unpredictable and interesting.

According to Bravo, Amanda Batula, Lindsay Hubbard, Paige DeSorbo, Luke Gulbranson, and Ciara Miller are joining "Winter House," along with Craig Conover and Austen Kroll of "Southern Charm." The new faces of the group will be Andrea Denver, Julia McGuire, Gabrielle Kniery, and Jason Cameron (via Bravo).

With a cast that many already know and love, paired with new people to grow to love, this house is likely to be another Bravo show to fall in love with.

Winter House is vacation style

Season 6 of "Summer House" was a bit different from all the others. Instead of the cast coming down to the house on weekends, they all lived, worked, and played in the house together for six weeks — pandemic style. According to Bravo, "Winter House" was filmed the same way. For 17 days, the cast stayed in the same house in Stowe, Vermont, together. The channel said that the result will be six episodes of winter fun to look forward to.

The cast seems to have had an incredible time shooting the series, too. "To be honest every day played like a Saturday. #FullSendMode 17 days straight," said Kyle Cooke (above, left) on Twitter. "#SundayFunday implies there's an end to the play and the work begins. This was a vacation meets self-contained bender like #SummerHouse S5 (due to Covid) but more fun/no work #WinterHouse will deliver!"

While the show isn't out yet, it's safe to say that Bravo has delivered once again!