One day after the dramatic “Vanderpump Rules” finale, Hulu announced it is teaming up with Lisa Vanderpump for a new reality series: “Vanderpump Villa”.

The upcoming series, which has been given a 10-episode order, follows the hand-picked staff of Vanderpump’s luxury French villa as they live and work together to navigate every extravagant desire of their well-to-do guests. A launch date has yet to be announced.

Vanderpump will serve as an executive producer on the series, which will be produced by Bunim/Murray. Entertainment 360 is also attached as a producer.

The news marks Vanderpump’s first project with Disney-owned Hulu as the entrepreneur and restaurateur continues to expand her reality TV empire. “Vanderpump Villa” also comes as she wraps the explosive 10th season of “Vanderpump Rules”, which gained steam amid Scandoval, and similarly began by following the employees of her West Hollywood restaurants, Pump and Sur. The conclusion of the three-part cast reunion aired Wednesday evening, and featured several shocking revelations and expletive-filled insults.

Vanderpump and her husband, Ken Todd, began in the restaurant and nightclub business more than 30 years ago. Vanderpump is also an accomplished businesswoman, author, producer, TV personality and philanthropist, as she continues to advocate for the LGBTQ+ community and calling for the end of animal abuse.

Vanderpump joins a Hulu unscripted slate that includes “The Kardashians”, recently picked up for 20 more episodes, and “The D’Amelio Show”, picked up for a third season.

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