Overserved With Lisa Vanderpump Season 2 - Here's What We Can Tell Fans So Far

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"The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" alum Lisa Vanderpump got chatty with DailyMailTV in 2021 about former bestie, Kyle Richards. In her interview, Lisa reluctantly confirmed that Kyle had instigated the gossip about Erika Jayne and Tom Girardi. Lisa never detailed exactly what "gossip" she was referring to, but Erika and her ex-husband have been battling legal woes and financial issues after being accused of embezzling money from Tom's clients, so it's not baseless to assume the chatter may refer to that.

Originally, Camille Grammer took to Twitter to reply to a fan's question about if she knew about the former couple's troubles, to which she replied that she did, due to a housewife bringing it up at Andy Cohen's baby shower. After a small push, DailyMailTV was able to pull the name out of Lisa. "It didn't surprise me when Camille told me that it was Kyle that had told her the gossip about her supposed friend Erika Jayne," she said to the outlet. "That's how Kyle works." Spilling the tea? No, Lisa sloshes it — the British restaurateur's shade game is strong. 

Lisa also spoke to DailyMailTV about the next season of "Vanderpump Rules" and her reality show "Overserved with Lisa Vanderpump," in which she wines and dines celebrity guests. Here's what we know about the release date and cast of "Overserved" Season 2. 

When will 'Overserved' Season 2 premiere?

Lisa Vanderpump's new reality show, "Overserved with Lisa Vanderpump," debuted in March 2021. The premise of the show is simple, with Lisa parading her entertaining skills as she hosts a dinner party for celebs at her Villa Rosa mansion in Beverly Hills. The series was filmed at the end of 2020, per Variety, and had Lisa entertaining her guests for 12 episodes. The show's finale aired on May 27 and left many fans wondering if there would be a second season.

Unfortunately, E! has yet to confirm if there will be another season of "Overserved." Reality Blurb! reported that the show's first two episodes had disappointing ratings, especially considering the success of "Vanderpump Rules." The first episode only attracted 353,000 viewers, and only 184,000 people watched the second. Yikes! If the reality show is renewed, it may follow a similar format as the first season, but it would be safe to assume production would want to change something up in an attempt to attract and maintain viewers. 

Lisa told Cosmopolitan that she even had a few ideas for more dinner party themes. "We could have done a barbecue one because we do a lot of grilling," she mused. "I love Indian food, that's a really popular food in England." If a second season follows, Lisa's already got the food sorted. 

Who will star in 'Overserved' Season 2?

One of the highlights of "Overserved with Lisa Vanderpump" was the list of celebs who attended the soirees. Lisa Vanderpump introduced Iggy Azalea and drag star Trixie Mattel to the refined game of croquet, dazzled Jeannie Mai and Meagan Good with a Moroccan-inspired theme, brunched with Lala Kemp and Anna Camp, and had Mario Lopez serve up some rosé pong with Sheryl Underwood. "Megan Good and I had sat up to 4 a.m. after we finished shooting. Trixie Mattel and Iggy Azalea were very, very funny. I enjoyed Cheryl Hines's stories about fun times with the Kennedys, and Joel Mchale is incredible," Lisa told Cosmopolitan about some of her favorite guests.

Lisa's daughter, Pandora Vanderpump Sabo, and Lisa's husband, Ken Todd, also helped her prepare for the party, and would often also attend it. In "Overserved" Season 1's trailer, Lisa revealed that one of the rules for her parties was: "The guests should be naughty, but the hostess must always be naughtier." The clip then showed Lisa pulling down her bottoms and flaunting her derriere. Slay, Lisa, slay!

As far as future possible guests are concerned, Lisa divulged to Cosmopolitan: "I'd love to see Lady Gaga come on because she's such a laugh, and we have a really good time. I love Paula Abdul. She's hilarious." And while she would love to have these icons on her show, fans may love her catching up with her former "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" co-stars even more.

Lisa Vanderpump reveals the secret behind 'Overserved'

"The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Lisa Vanderpump is a well-respected restauranteur and entrepreneur. She shared how she came up with the concept for "Overserved with Lisa Vanderpump" with Cosmopolitan. "A friend from the production company that I work with, Alex Baskin, said, 'If we gave you a camera, what would you do?'" she recalled. "I thought it would be about us cooking, creating, and making cocktails. And in an ideal world, it would be to have friends or guests over," she explained. And that's how the idea for the show was born. 

The reality star shared that her "Overserved" guests were a "very diverse bunch of all people from all walks of life," and compared it to her life in the restaurant business. She dished that the secret to a fabulous party was surprisingly simple.  "Most importantly, it was people who were going to come and have a good time. That was the prerequisite," Lisa explained. The key to entertaining, according to a woman who has been doing just that for most of her life, is to have guests who want to have fun. Party on Queen Lisa!