Bravo is heading to Montauk. This week, the network announced their new TV series Summer House will premiere in January.
The reality series follows a group of nine young professionals who decide to share a house in the beach town of Montauk for the summer.
Summer House debuts on January 16th at 10 p.m. ET/PT.
Watch a preview and read more info below:
NEW YORK – December 6, 2016 – Bravo Media is setting the stage for hot winter nights with new series “Summer House,” premiering Monday, January 16 at 10pm ET/PT. Affluent New Yorkers have been fleeing to the Hamptons for generations to get the ultimate luxurious experience, but Montauk, a breezy beach town on the easternmost point of Long Island, has become the summer playground for young professionals who want to escape the hustle and bustle of city life. “Summer House” brings together a group of nine friends who work hard making their money and building their résumés during the week, but on the weekends between Memorial Day and Labor Day, they share a summer house to let loose in a big way that speaks to their exclusive, high-end lifestyle. For a sneak peek, please visit: http://www.bravotv.com/summer-house/season-1/videos/on-season-1-of-summer-house
For years, this group of friends has summered in Montauk with a variety of people, but this year they’ve put together the perfect group to share a rental for an epic summer filled with drama, boozy brunches, beachfront thrills, rosé parties, charity galas, bonfires, and jaw-dropping hookups. This close-knit group includes Kyle Cooke, the life of the party who must decide whether it’s time to grow up or to remain the quintessential bachelor; Ashley and Lauren Wirkus, fun-loving identical twins who have reached a crossroads in life; group newcomer Carl Radke, a flirtatious ex-model who has caught Lauren’s eye; longtime friends Everett Weston, an ex-Army Iraq war veteran, and Lindsay Hubbard, the ultimate alpha female, who throw everyone for a loop with their newfound love; Cristina Gibson, Lindsay’s roommate, a freelance reporter who grapples with her friendships; Stephen McGee, the wild card of the bunch who isn’t afraid to speak his mind; and Jaclyn Shuman, a flirty, newly single girl-next-door type who is looking to be distracted from a broken heart.
What do you think? Do you watch Bravo? Will you check out Summer House?