The trailer for Season 3 of Bravo’s hit series Summer House is here, and it looks like fans should be ready for more Hamptons drama that will include a Vanderpump Rules crossover, sexy hookups, and some new faces. Things get so crazy that Newbie Hannah Berner admitted in her first confessional, “I thought I was the crazy one, but these people are animals.”
Summer House follows a group of young New York City professionals (back in the 80s they were called yuppies, but I don’t want to show my age) as they escape the daily grind and share a house in the Hamptons.
Original cast members Stephen McGee, Lauren Wirkus, and Ashley McAtee – as well as season two addition Amit Neuman – have said goodbye. This season, viewers will meet Berner, Paige DeSorbo, and Jordan Verroi. Both Berner and DeSorbo work in millennial media, and Verroi is an entrepreneur.
Kyle Cooke, Amanda Batula, Lindsay Hubbard, Danielle Olivera, and Carl Radke will also be returning for Season 3.
According to the trailer, Cooke will finally pop the question to Batula this season. Even though it looks like she said yes, the couple might break up.
Season 1 cast member Everett Weston, Hubbard’s ex, also shows up. But she is focused on growing her PR firm and getting over Weston. And, VPR stars Stassi Schroeder, Katie Maloney Schwartz, and Tom Schwartz make a trip to the east coast to have some fun for a weekend.
Radke, a self-described “f**k boy,” is also ready to get serious, but ends up chasing the wrong girl. It looks like he is interested in DeSorbo. But, in a confessional, she admits that she isn’t interested in dating Radke.
Meanwhile, Berner is doing everything she can to avoid another relationship now that she is newly single.
According to People Magazine, just because McGee, Wirkus, McAtee, and Neuman have all left the main cast, it doesn’t mean they won’t make an appearance.
“As with all Bravo shows, production sometimes refreshes the cast, but it doesn’t mean they don’t come back or make an appearance in the season,” an insider explained.
Summer House premieres, Monday, March 4th on Bravo.