Lisa Vanderpump‘s pups will finally get their moment in the spotlight, thanks to the Peacock Streaming Service!
‘Vanderpump Dogs’ will air on Peacock– which is the newly launched streaming service from NBCUniversal, the parent company of Bravo— People reported on Friday. Little is known about the show at this time, including when it will debut.
Lisa is the co-founder of The Vanderpump Dogs Foundation, a dog rescue and advocacy organization with a mission of helping creating better world for dogs, and The Vanderpump Dog Rescue & Retail Center, a West Hollywood adoption center, groomer and dog boutique that’s been regularly featured on Vanderpump Rules.
An official show announcement hasn’t been made. Instead, Peacock included a clip from the ‘Vanderpump Dogs’ opening (which looks very much like the ‘Vanderpump Rules’ opening) in a promo that aired during the special ’30 Rock’ reunion on NBC Thursday night. Fan accounts later shared the clip on social media.
Lisa confirmed on Twitter Friday morning that the show is coming.
“Well good morning …I’ve known about this for months lol… Thought it was supposed to be secret, but apparently it’s announced!”
Well good morning …I’ve known about this for months lol…
Thought it was supposed to be secret,but apparently it’s announced!
— Lisa Vanderpump (@LisaVanderpump) July 17, 2020
She told one of her Twitter followers that the ‘Vanderpump Dog’ shows will “shine a positive light on the importance of rescue.”
This is a bit of good news for the former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star, who’s had an otherwise challenging year so far. The release of the ‘Vanderpump Dogs’ clip came less than a week after Lisa confirmed that her flagship restaurant Villa Blanca was closing its doors. And, back in January, a Vanderpump Dog Foundation employee filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against the foundation. A court date was initially set for March 13 but there’s been no update on the case since February.
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