hayu kicks off 2020 with four big premieres as Vanderpump Rules, Very Cavallari and Love Island (UK) are all back with new seasons this January, alongside new reality series Meet the Frasers.
The 8th season premiere of Vanderpump Rules kicks things off on Wednesday, January 8. Lisa Vanderpump is busier than ever following last summer’s successful debut of TomTom with staff-turned partners Tom Sandoval and Tom Schwartz. Lisa needs to deal with a new crop of wild, but loveable, SURvers with many employees finally growing up and moving on. Jax and Brittany set out to plan their lavish Kentucky while Sandoval is put to the test as best man. Be sure to tune in to the premiere to see what’s going on with the rest of our favourites including James, Lala, Scheana, Stassi, Katie and Ariana.
The third season of Very Cavallari kicks off on Friday, January 10, when Kristin Cavallari discovers she is the last Cavallari in her family, sending her on an emotional search for lost relatives. Meanwhile back home in Nashville, Jay Cutler becomes a huge support system for his family as Kristin is also busy with opening a new Uncommon James store in Chicago with her team.
Premiering on Tuesday, January 14, is new series Meet the Frasers, which follows Matt Fraser, a 28-year-old psychic medium, and his 21-year-old pageant queen girlfriend Alexa Papigiotis, who are local celebrities in their hometown of Cranston, Rhode Island. The couple envision big things for their future as Matt’s captivating live reading events are growing more popular as he prepares his new book “When Heaven Calls” to be published. While Alexa supports Matt on his coast to coast tour, she’s set her sights on winning her next pageant and procuring a fabulous engagement ring. It’s all great, as long as their overly-involved families don’t get in their way.
Love Island UK is back for season 6 — it’s first-ever winter edition, which will premiere on hayu in Canada on Monday, January 20. Islanders competing this season include a set of twins, Eve and Jess Gale. Production of the series has moved to South Africa and will now be hosted by Laura Whitmore.
Hayu is NBCUniversal’s reality TV platform and costs $5.99 a month following a free 30-day trial. Subscribers can watch and download shows via hayu.com, the iOS and Android apps, as well as Apple TV.