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Where to watch Vanderpump Rules season 11 from anywhere

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Lisa Vanderpump, Tom Sandoval, Tom Schwartz, Raquel Leviss at the "Vanderpump Rules" Season 10 reunion.
Lisa Vanderpump, Tom Sandoval, Tom Schwartz, Raquel Leviss at the "Vanderpump Rules" Season 10 reunion.Nicole Weingart/Bravo

It's been almost a year since the "Scandoval" broke on Vanderpump Rules, and the latest season of the Bravo reality show has all of the dramatic aftermath. The series, which follows former "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Lisa Vanderpump and the staff members of her restaurants, is currently airing its 11th season. New episodes air live on Bravo on Tuesdays and are available to stream at your leisure the next day.

So far this season, viewers have seen Tom Sandoval and Ariana Madix attempt to navigate their breakup following the shocking cheating revelations of last season. At the start of Season 11, the pair are still sharing a home (although Tom was away filming another show for the premiere) and tensions have escalated since his return.

For those who can't bear to wait until the day after episodes air to find out what happens, there are a variety of ways to watch Vanderpump Rules on Bravo. The network is available via live TV apps like Fubo and Sling TV for those who don't have cable. New episodes are also available to stream the next day on Peacock in the US. If your region blocks access to those apps, we'll recommend a VPN (virtual private network) service and teach you how to use it. It's also handy for other live streaming opportunities, as seen below:

Where to watch Vanderpump Rules quick links

How to watch Vanderpump Rules live stream in the US

Vanderpump Rules airs weekly on Bravo. For those without cable in the US, Bravo is available to stream live on a variety of live TV options, including Fubo and Sling TV. Plans for Sling TV start at $40 per month, with a current offer of half off your first month at just $20. Fubo plans start at $79.99 per month (with an introductory month at $20 off). Fubo includes a one-week free trial if you're still on the fence or only looking to watch one episode live.

Where to watch past episodes of Vanderpump Rules

If you don't mind waiting a day to watch new episodes of Vanderpump Rules or you're looking to catch up on the past 10 seasons, you have two main streaming options. In the US, every season of Vanderpump Rules is available to stream on Peacock. Plans start at $5.99 per month. Other regions — including most European countries, Canada, New Zealand, Iceland, The Philippines, Singapore, and Hong Kong – can watch past Vanderpump Rules episodes on Hayu for a low monthly fee.

How to watch Vanderpump Rules live from anywhere

If your region – like the UK – blocks live streaming options like Fubo and Sling TV, but you're still hoping to watch new episodes of Vanderpump Rules live, you can use a VPN to access the streams. A VPN allows you to change your device's location to another country so that you can use the servers in that new country to access apps and websites. For Vanderpump Rules, you'll want to use US servers to sign up for live television options like Fubo or Sling TV. Outside of the US, Hayu is a very affordable service, that you could also use a VPN to sign up for if it's not available in your country.

We recommend ExpressVPN, an easy-to-use VPN with a 30-day money-back guarantee. In addition to its streaming capabilities, a VPN is a helpful way to increase your online security. Looking to learn more about the product? Check out our ExpressVPN review and learn how to use it below.

How to watch Vanderpump Rules episodes with a VPN

  • Sign up for a VPN if you don't already have one.

  • Install it on the device you're planning to watch Vanderpump Rules on.

  • Turn it on and set it to a US location.

  • Sign up for one of the streaming services mentioned above.

  • Select the Bravo channel and enjoy the new episode.

Note: The use of VPNs is illegal in certain countries, and using VPNs to access region-locked streaming content might constitute a breach of the terms of use for certain services. Insider does not endorse or condone the illegal use of VPNs.

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