Summer House is a reality TV show on the Bravo Network. The show follows the escapades of a group of friends who live in New York City. The group rents a house in The Hamptons in Montauk, New York each summer.
The Hamptons are the ultimate respite from the daily grind of New York City. Their summers filled with lavish parties, love triangles, secret hookups and rosé all day.
- Steven Weinstock
- Glenda Hersh
- Lauren Eskelin
- Noah Samton
- Matt Odgers
- Scott Teti
- Sean Clifford
- Left Hook Media
- True Entertainment
Summer House: Filming Location
The show is filmed primarily on location in The Hamptons in Montauk, New York. The primary cast members live and work in New York City, and travel back and forth to the Summer House each year.
Following is a list of the primary cast members for the show. Click on the cast member name for more detailed information.
- Amanda Batula (2, 3, 4, 5) – Kyle’s fiance and business partner.
- Amit Neuman (2)
- Ashley Wirkus (1, 2) – One of the Wirkus twins.
- Carl Radke (1, 2, 3, 4, 5)
- Ciara Miller (5) – Model and former nurse.
- Cristina Gibson
- Danielle Olivera (2, 3, 4, 5)
- Everett Weston (2)
- Hannah Berner (4, 5)
- Jacklyn Shuman
- Jordan Verroi (3)
- Jules Daoud (4) – Jules made a notable appearance in season four, but decided not to return.
- Kyle Cooke (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) – One of the original cast members, Kyle is engaged to Amanda.
- Lauren Wirkus (1, 2) – The other Wirkus twin. No longer on the show.
- Lindsay Hubbard (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) – AKA “Hubs”.
- Paige Desorbo (3, 4, 5) – Social media influencer.
- Stephen McGee (1, 2)
The first season has a total of 10 episodes.
- E1 – Summer House – Summer is here and it is time for New Yorkers to head to the Hamptons. In the first episode, we meet a group of friends who work hard and play harder. Each year, the group rents a house in the Hamptons. Then, they travel back and forth from the city each weekend.
- E2 – Codependence Day – Next, it’s time to celebrate the Fourth of July. Carl’s relationship with Lauren heats up, while Kyle tries to juggle two women at once.
- E3 – Flirting With Disaster – Kyle gets made at Everett and Lindsay for being a couple in a singles house. Meanwhile, a new house guest arrives.
- E4 – The Wrath of Wirkus – First, Lauren confronts Carl about his wedding date. Next, Kyle considers reconnecting with an ex.
- E5 – Wine, Whining, and Wieners – The crew heads out to a winery. Then, the drama heats up between Lindsay and Christina (insert just about any cast member’s name in Christina’s place for a preview of every episode).
- E6 – Model Behavior – In the sixth episode, Lindsay and Everett are on the path to a breakup. Meanwhile, the crew heads to the Model Volleyball event.
- E7 – Hoedown Showdown – Carl brazenly brings a date to Lindsay’s birthday party celebration.
- E8 – Sprained Relationships – Lindsay and Everett are STILL fighting, to nobody’s surprise. Later, the group has to put together a charity race.
- E9 The No Good, Very Bad Rosé Day –
- E10 – Winter is Coming –
- Passing the Torch
- Stars and Gripes
- Bonfire Insanity
- Don’t Poke the Bear
- Mother Knows Best
- The Exes are Coming
- Say it With Flowers
- Summer Should Be Fun
- A House Divided
- Lei it to Rest
- Episode 1 – Elephant in the Room – The group returns for another summer in The Hamptons. Drama in the off-season serves as a catalyst for intense drama throughout the season.
The show’s theme song is “We Never Stop”, written by Memoir.
Facts and Trivia
Following is a list of little-known facts and trivia about the show and its cast members:
- The Summer House cast made its debut during the tenth episode of the fifth season of Vanderpump Rules, another popular reality TV show on Bravo Media. Several cast members of Vanderpump rules, including Stassi Schroeder, Katie Maloney, Scheana Marie, and Kristen Doute, visited the Summer House for a few days.
- When the show returned for a second season, they had to find a new house in which to film the episodes. The previous house, used during Season 1, violated a town code that prohibits more than four unrelated people to live in a house. In addition, the house was not officially listed on the town rental registry.
For more information, visit the Summer House page on BravoTV.com.