Lisa Vanderpump lands a new show, and she’s not on Bravo

Lisa Vanderpump returns to television with a new talk show. Friday the first Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star announced his new E! Show, Supervised with Lisa Vanderpump.

The 60-year-old reality star will be inviting viewers to his extravagant garden at his Beverly Hills home while speaking to celebrity guests. The half-hour episodes include homemade cocktails, food, games, and of course lots of candid conversations. Guests include Iggy Azalea, Jeff Lewis, Joel McHale, Lala Kent, Margaret Cho, Mario Lopez, Sheryl Underwood, Steve-O, Tori Spelling, and more.

“I invite you to an intimate dinner,” says Vanderpump in the first teaser for the show. “To make it perfect, I have some rules: you have to break your butt for the decoration to be absolutely fabulous, the guests must be mischievous, but the hostess must always be more mischievous.”

The show premieres on Thursday, March 18 at 9 pm ET / PT, and will go on to its regular time at 10 pm ET / PT beginning Thursday, March 2.

“I can finally tell you about one of the things I’ve been working on!” Vanderpump Instagrammed on Friday. “You are cordially invited to an intimate dinner at Villa Rosa … with some fabulous celebrity guests! Don’t miss #Overserved, premiering March 18 on @eentertainment!”

Vanderpump left RHBH in 2019 after nine seasons. Its popular spin-off, Vanderpump Rules – which focuses on the staff at his SUR restaurant in West Hollywood, California – is not canceled although the production of season 9 is on hold indefinitely.

ET spoke to Vanderpump last August, when he talked about loving his interactions with fans.

“I love connecting with people,” she shared, speaking of her podcast, All things Vanderpump. “All the times I’ve made personal appearances, everyone will tell you that we’ve been across the country with him. [Vanderpump] rosé – I’m staying to meet all the people who have come forward, because I love talking to the people who have supported us over the years. “

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