How to Watch Vanderpump Rules Season 10 Without Cable

Season 10 of Bravo’s hit show Vanderpump Rules is a must-watch for many reality TV fans.

Cast member Tom Sandoval is accused of cheating on longtime girlfriend Ariana Madix with fellow cast member Raquel Leviss. Cameras were rolling shortly after the alleged affair was exposed.

If you want to watch the “Scandoval” drama play out through the reunion, I have two primary recommendations.

Sling TV

My first recommendation is a live TV streaming service called Sling TV. Bravo is included in the Sling Blue plan, which costs $40 per month at the time of this writing.

Other live TV services that carry Bravo are $70 per month or more. They include:

Of these more expensive options, YouTube TV, DIRECTV STREAM and Fubo typically offer free trials. Hulu + Live TV does not.

With any of these live TV streaming services, you’ll be able to watch new Vanderpump Rules episodes as they premiere on Wednesday nights. That’s the benefit of a live TV service.

If you’re away from your TV, you can always set your DVR. These services include cloud DVR storage in their plans.

Live TV streaming services are expensive, so this is only the best option if you consider Vanderpump Rules “appointment TV.”

Otherwise, there’s a much cheaper option if you prefer to watch on your schedule.


My second recommendation is to stream Vanderpump Rules Season 10 on Peacock.

Bravo shows are available to stream on Peacock the day after they premiere on cable. That includes Vanderpump Rules and episodes of Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, which regularly features Vanderpump Rules cast members on Wednesday nights.

You need either a Peacock Premium or Premium Plus subscription to watch Bravo shows on the service.

Peacock Premium is the most affordable option at $4.99 per month. This plan is ad-supported. However, the $9.99 Premium Plus plan doesn’t include commercials for most programming.

That may be a better plan if you want to binge-watch past seasons of the show, which are also on Peacock.

Final Thought

With so many people cutting the cable TV cord and switching to streaming, I give NBCUniversal a lot of credit for putting Bravo shows on the more affordable Peacock service.

However, if you want to watch Vanderpump Rules or other shows as they premiere, you’ll need to pay up for a live TV service.

Fortunately, live TV streaming services have no contracts. You can cancel anytime.

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