Bravo’s “Summer House” Season 7 just ended and the cast is already starting production on the upcoming 8th season.
QueensOfBravo shared a series of tweets from filming.
The account shared;
“Amanda seemingly confirms her return to #SummerHouse, while Sam, Kory, Chris, and Mya do not. Is a shake up coming…?”
“Paige & Ciara are back too! Is that tall one Carl? See anybody else? #SummerHouse”
“Summer House began filming this wknd w/ Kyle, Amanda, Danielle, Paige, Ciara, Gabby & 2 male newbies.
Lindsay & Carl will make occasional appearances in the house, but storyline will be focused on wedding prep. Allegedly will join the house next wknd.
Sam/Mya/Chris are friends.”
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“Summer House” is produced by Truly Original, with Steven Weinstock, Glenda Hersh, Lauren Eskelin, Jamie Jakimo, Trish Gold and Maggie Langtry serving as Executive Producers, and by Left Hook Media, with Matt Odgers and Scott Teti as Executive Producers. Sean Clifford also serves as Executive Producer.
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