KEY POINTS

  • Lisa Vanderpump landed a new reality show at E! titled "Overserved with Lisa Vanderpump"
  • Vanderpump also serves as a producer on her new talk show, which will premiere on March 18
  • Her celebrity guests include Iggy Azalea, Jaleel White, Jeff Lewis, Lala Kent, Lance Bass and Tori Spelling, among others

Lisa Vanderpump is set to return to television in a new reality show on E!

The network announced Friday that the former "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" cast member will star in her own show called "Overserved with Lisa Vanderpump," Page Six reported. The series will have 30-minute episodes.

Vanderpump's new show will focus on her throwing "intimate outdoor dinner parties" for her celebrity guests at her home, Villa Rosa, in Beverly Hills. Her guests for the first season of the show include Cheryl Hines, Iggy Azalea, Jaleel White, Jeff Lewis, Lala Kent, Lance Bass, Tori Spelling and Margaret Cho.

The outlet noted that none of Vanderpump's former co-stars will make an appearance on her E! talk show, where she also serves as producer.

At present, she is still waiting for updates on the status of "Vanderpump Rules," which is in limbo due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The "RHOBH" spinoff typically films at Vanderpump's restaurant SUR, but they were not able to shoot new episodes after restaurants were shut down in Los Angeles due to COVID-19 restrictions. Further, several cast members of "Vanderpump Rules" were fired over scandals involving their past racist actions.

“Bravo and Evolution Media confirmed today that Stassi Schroeder, Kristen Doute, Max Boyens and Brett Caprioni will not be returning to ‘Vanderpump Rules,'” a rep announced on June 9.

Bravo didn't tolerate Schroeder and Doute falsely accusing Faith Stowers of a crime she didn't do because she was Black. 

"There was this article on Daily Mail where there was an African American lady. It was a weird photo, so she looked very light-skinned and had these different, weird tattoos. They showcased her, and I guess this woman was robbing people," Stowers recalled of the incident. "And they called the cops and said it was me. This is like, a true story. I heard this from actually Stassi in an interview."

Doute later denied that they were fired by the network, insisting that the management chose not to renew their contracts.

Caprioni and Boyens, meanwhile, were fired due to racist tweets. Boyens said in an old post that he was upset that the N-word is not allowed to be said unless one is Black, while Caprioni tweeted the N-word on multiple occasions in 2012.

"Overserved with Lisa Vanderpump" premieres on March 18 on E! Meanwhile, "RHOBH" and "Vanderpump Rules" air on Bravo. Both networks are part of NBCUniversal.

Lisa Vanderpump Lisa Vanderpump is mourning the death of her brother. Pictured: The television personality attending DailyMail.com & Elite Daily Holiday Party with Jason Derulo at Vandal in New York City on Dec. 7, 2016. Photo: Getty Images/Rob Kim