‘Vanderpump Rules Jax & Brittany Take Kentucky’ (Sept. 26): Brittany Determines Her Future

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‘Vanderpump Rules Jax & Brittany Take Kentucky’ (Sept. 26): Brittany Determines Her Future

“Goodbye Kentucky” Season 1 Finale (09/26/17) – Jax and Brittany share a dinner with Brittany’s family and friends, but Don tells Jax he still questions his intentions with his daughter. Jax and Brittany have their most explosive argument ever as Brittany accuses Jax of looking down on her Kentucky life. When Jax refuses to apologize, Brittany must decide whether to go back to LA with Jax or stay in Kentucky.

Bravo Media serves up farm to TV viewing with “Vanderpump Rules Jax & Brittany Take Kentucky” premiering on Wednesday, August 23 at 9pm ET/PT. The new half-hour series follows notorious bartender, Jax Taylor, and his southern sweetheart, Brittany Cartwright, as they venture to her family’s Kentucky farm. Ditching his signature chunky sweater for overalls, city-boy Jax is the ultimate fish out of water as he tries to embrace the southern lifestyle and make a lasting impression on the locals.

While Brittany is back in her element, Kentucky turns into a minefield for Jax as he contends with aggressive farm animals, awkward sleeping arrangements and endless marriage questions from her colorful family. From coyote hunting, to babysitting her nephews, and even going to church, Jax’s city slicker ways are continually challenged. However, after a few days in the quiet countryside, Jax’s patience and charm start to wear thin as Brittany’s friends and family, especially her skeptical father, start to question his commitment. Through their ups and downs, this unlikely couple will find out if their Los Angeles love can survive life on the farm.

Season five of “Vanderpump Rules” marked its highest-rated season yet, seeing season over season growth with 2.4 million total viewers and nearly 1.7 million P25-54, up +3% and +4% respectively from the prior season.

“Vanderpump Rules Jax & Brittany Take Kentucky” is produced by Evolution Media with Douglas Ross, Alex Baskin, Bill Langworthy, John Carr, Lisa Vanderpump, and Ken Todd serving as Executive Producers. Robert Carroll and Joe Kingsley serve as Co-Executive Producers.

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