The year 2020 has been a year of announcements and one more element has been added to our waiting list and that is the return of “Summer House” with its fifth season. The reality show starring Kyle Cooke, Amanda Batula, Lindsay Hubbard, Carl Radke, Hannah Berner, Paige DeSorbo, Luke Gulbranson, and Danielle Olivera is all set to go on air. The members will be back as a “qauranteam” with the return of Summer House.
What exactly is the Summer House?
Well, if you don’t exactly know what the current trending buzz surrounding the show is all about, hold on, let us tell you. The excitement is all about an exotic reality show named “Summer House” that holds a hell of a lot of drama throughout. The show focuses on a group of nine friends who share a common summer house and live together for six weeks-all throughout the unofficial summer. The Summer House serves as escapism for young people from their hectic professional lives and from the rat race of the cities. The show provides its members with a high-end lifestyle to find a diversion from their busy work schedule and help them cope up with their stresses on weekends.
The show is full of edge on drama, budding love and relationship layouts, flaming arguments, and word wars. The reality show went on air in 2017 and has successfully delivered four seasons so far. The duration of episodes ranges between 40-42 minutes and the viewers easily spare some time to grab a seat and witness the roller coaster drama on the other end of the screen. The initial summer house that was allocated to the reality show was in Montauk, which eventually changed after its first season, owing to some clashes between the neighborhood guidelines and the plot of the show.
Apart from the old cast, The Summer House crew will also welcome a new roommate this season, Ciara Miller, who was invited to the house by Luke. Ciara is a healthcare hero who works as an ICU nurse in New York City and a frontline worker against COVID-19. She is originally from Atlanta and has managed to grab quite an attention with her entry into the house.
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Trailer and Release Date
The trailer was released by Bravo on Monday, December 14, unveiling an exciting twist in the show this season; watch it here. Since the season is taking place during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the housemates will be living, working, and partying together unlike the previous times where they ended up coming together and partying every weekend. Bravo has yet to clarify the precautions and protocols they would be following in the house. The 24/7 staying together policy taken up this season, due to the global health crisis is likely to spice up the entire show as the work and vacation schedules collide.
The upcoming season will witness some sour stories as the relationship and friendships are put to test. The filming of the reality show finally wrapped up in September and would go on air from Thursday, February 4, 2021.