Serving The Hamptons Season 1: Details We Know So Far

There's never shortage of new reality TV shows on the up and up. While they can often seem repetitive and almost identical, every now and then a unique show that combines everyone's favorite elements gets announced. And there are some fail-safe formulas that seem to always work. 

Over the years, something that's become clear is that following a group of employees is usually fun. This has been proven by fan-favorites like "Below Deck" and "Vanderpump Rules," which suggest that the combination no one knew they needed is in fact a group of people working in the service industry and constantly fighting on their lunch breaks, per The Cut.

Restaurant drama is apparently a sure-fire way to guarantee a hit reality TV show. "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" star Kandi Burruss has even made the decision to pursue her own spinoff "Kandi & The Gang" to cash in on the genre. Burruss' new show about her restaurant Old Lady Gang won't be the only restaurant drama hitting TV screens in 2022. Discovery+ is also getting in on the fun.

Here's everything we know so far about Discovery+'s upcoming reality TV show "Serving The Hamptons."

Serving The Hamptons premieres in April

Discovery+ announced a brand new reality TV show called "Serving The Hamptons." The brand's press release explained the concept: "Each summer on the East-end of Long Island, as the Hamptons play home to those looking for an escape from the city, 75 Main Restaurant becomes the epicenter of who's who. As the seasonal temperatures rise, so does the drama on the new Discovery+ docuseries."

The press release also gave an official release date. "Serving The Hamptons" premieres April 7th, 2022. CEO of Bungalow and executive producer Robert Friedman added, "Discovery+ is the perfect home for 'Serving the Hamptons.' Content risk-taking is rare these days, and the Discovery family of networks has shown us the power of harnessing their global reach and expertise." He said, "It has been a great experience and we know this show is going to delight viewers. The food content is hot, and the drama is even hotter." 

But just how hot will the drama get, and what is the new show all about?

Serving The Hamptons follows the staff of 75 Main

"Serving The Hamptons" will provide viewers with an inside scoop on the lives of the staff at the popular Hamptons restaurant, 75 Main. It consists of five hour-long episodes that Discovery+ promised will, "take viewers into one of the most exclusive enclaves in the world, while showcasing all the juicy drama in the lives of the young, sexy restaurant staff at Southampton's 'it' destination for dining, 75 Main, as they hook up, argue, and work together to make sure the clients come back for more." 

Zach Erdem, the owner of 75 Main, added, "This is what I love about this country. After 75 Main, and all restaurants, faced such a difficult year, we came roaring back to our best summer ever and having the support of Discovery+ is a dream come true."

To any Bravo TV fans, this sounds like a dream combination of "Vanderpump Rules" and "Summer House," by taking a group of young adults that work at a restaurant and adding the flair of it being located in the Hamptons. It even tossed in a "Jersey Shore" element as Variety revealed that Erdem provided the staff with a beach house to live in together. 

Now you're probably hoping to learn more about the staff that promised to serve all this hot drama? 

Who will be on Serving The Hamptons?

The Discovery+ press release hinted at a "resident heartbreaker" on staff at 75 Main and dropped the name of one of the cast members in the initial press release. "To keep the young staff in line, Zach [Erdem] enlists manager Victoria Hilton to ensure the few rules he's established are followed, including being on time, no drinking at work, and most importantly, no dating among the staff."

The official promo cast photos show eight cast members, and Distractify broke down who's who. Aside from Hilton, the show will feature hostesses Jillian Gough and Samantha Crichton. Inside 75 Main, viewers will get better acquainted with the head chef Brogan Wu and bartenders Ryan Fitzpatrick and Jodie Kay-Bisasor. Lastly, the cast includes waitstaff Hailey Druek and Jack Tavcar and resident DJ Ethan Thompson. All of the cast members are active on social media; chef Wu even runs a food account on Instagram

The President of Food Network and streaming food content at Discovery Inc. got viewers even more excited by telling Variety, "From high-pressure private client events where success hinges upon top-notch food and service, to public disagreements at a winery causing one staff member to leave in tears, our cameras were there to capture all the real-life drama." 

We don't know about you, but we cannot wait to tune in to find out what "Serving The Hamptons" has in store!