LISA Vanderpump appeared to score a new spinoff show from the Peacock streaming platform.
The show will focus on the Bravolebity's Vanderpump Dogs pet rescue organization.
NBCUniversal seems to have announced the Vanderpump Dogs show in a promo for their new Peacock service.
The new show was teased during the recent 30 Rock reunion on Peacock in advertising for the platform's original content offerings.
No word yet on casting or when the show will premiere.
Vanderpump Dogs was seen last season on Vanderpump Rules with bride-to-be Lala Kent joining the team as a volunteer.
The pet rescue was also a focal point of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' season 9 puppy-gate scandal, which saw franchise OG Kyle Richards accuse Lisa of lying about the dog adoption snafu.
The apparent new show announcement also follows the recent VPR firing of Stassi Schroeder and Kristen Doute last month, following racist behavior against Faith Stowers.
Faith claimed Stassi and Kristen had made a false claim to cops about her in 2017.
Stassi apologized on Instagram writing: "Racially insensitive comments from my past have resurfaced. It is important that I continue to take accountability for what I have said and done while pushing myself to do better.
“I have grown significantly from the person I was then, and I am still filled with remorse and regret for the hurt I caused.
“I am grateful for the people in my life that continue to check me and push me to evolve into a more educated person."
Following the firing, Lisa said in a statement she reviles "all forms of cruelty, racism, homophobia, bigotry and unequal treatment."
She went on: "While you only see a fraction of our employees on the show, a specific friend group, across all of our companies, we have always been a very diverse group of people – every color, ethnicity and sexual orientation.
"Most of our employees have worked for us for over a decade, and we have become a family; one that embraces and celebrates each other’s differences.
"I am proud of the inclusive company that we’ve created."
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