Where to watch Vanderpump Rules online free

Find out all the places you can watch Vanderpump Rules online.

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Dive into the chaotic lives of Lisa Vanderpump and the employees at her Hollywood restaurant SUR.

This spin-off series from The Real Housewives of Beverley Hills comes packed with the same levels of drama and will keep you coming back for more.

But how can you watch it online I hear you ask? Read on for more.

Where to watch

If you’re in the UK you can only watch the latest episodes of Vanderpump Rules online. To keep up with Lisa Vanderpump and all the goings on at her restaurant, you’re going to have to stream the episodes. Here’s how.

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With Amazon you get more than just a taste of what goes on behind the scenes at SUR.

Sign up to Amazon Prime for £7.99 a month and you can watch the first three seasons to your heart’s content. Or start a free trial and binge on Vanderpump Rules for free.

The bad news? Amazon Prime won’t give you access to all seven seasons.


Thankfully the online streaming platform Hayu is here for all your Vanderpump needs, letting you watch all seven seasons.

It costs £4.99 a month to sign up to the reality TV streaming service, so this is definitely the place to come if you want to watch hours and hours of Lisa and her employees.


NOW is another option. You buy a Hayu pass through NOW for £4.99 a month and get access to all seven seasons.

Is the show available on Netflix?

Unfortunately no. To get your fix of Vanderpump Rules you’re going to have to use the likes of Amazon and Hayu instead.

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