'Vanderpump Rules' Spin-Off 'The Valley' Eyes Spring 2024 Premiere

The upcoming Bravo reality TV show is set to star five couples, including Jax Taylor and Brittany Cartwright as well as Kristen Doute and Luke Broderick.

AceShowbiz - A new spin-off of "Vanderpump Rules" is coming soon. Unveiled on Wednesday, January 17, the upcoming series, titled "The Valley", is set to star five couples and premiere in spring 2024.

Bravo debuted a promo for "The Valley" at the "Vanderpump Rules" season 11 premiere party on Wednesday night. According to the official logline, "The Valley" follows "a group of close friends as they trade bottle service in West Hollywood for baby bottles in the Valley all while they navigate bustling business, rocky relationships and feisty friendships."

Jax Taylor and Brittany Cartwright, Kristen Doute and Luke Broderick, Danny Booko and Nia Booko, Jesse Lally and Michelle Lally as well as Jason Caperna and Janet Caperna are the main couples on the new show. They will be joined by Jasmine Goode and Zack Wickham, who are set to appear as friends.

Jax, Brittany and Kristen were all fired from the flagship series in 2020. "The Valley" isn't the first spin-off starring Jax and Brittany, who got married in 2019 and share a son named Cruz, as they appeared on "Vanderpump Rules: Jax & Brittany Take Kentucky". The short-lived series premiered in 2017.

Meanwhile, Kristen and Luke have "a lot to juggle including starting a family, caring for three dogs, running multiple businesses, and not to mention, figuring out which state they want to call home," per Bravo reps. As for the remaining cast members, they are all friends of Kristen, Brittany, and Jax, and each has children of their own.

Jax and Brittany previously hinted at the new show. "We have things that are coming, arising," the couple told Entertainment Tonight in March 2023. "I don't know what we're allowed to [say]. We're working on a situation."

"What I'd like to have is the parents on one [show] and that's what I wanted, but I don't know. ['Scandoval'] is causing a lot right now so they're kind of waiting to see how this plays out," they added.

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