Before Season 2 of Summer House has even started filming, the show is chock full of drama already. Just like last year, there are plenty of people who don’t want the cast to be filming in the Hamptons. They have been banned from several public locations, but now they can’t even shoot at the house they lived in last year.
I have no idea why people wouldn’t be able to film at a private residence. Sure, it could be disruptive to the area, but I feel like being in a Bravo show would increase the property value. Then again, I place an inexplicably high value on anything associated with Bravo, so maybe I am biased.
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According to Page Six, there is a new law that requires permits for filming no matter what – even at a private residence.
Apparently the house was “running afoul of zoning codes” and the duration of filming would “classify the production as a commercial shoot.” I have no idea what it was classified as before, but aside from that, the producers wrote the wrong address on a form that they needed to get the filming permit. Wow.
No need to worry too much though, as the show is going to film at a different location and “they have permits.” This drama isn’t surprising though. This is reality TV 101. It’s very reminiscent of Jersey Shore back in the day and pretty much any other reality TV show.
Now we just have to hope there’s just as much drama in front of the cameras as there is behind the scenes. Hopefully Summer House doesn’t fall into a sophomore slump. Don’t get me wrong, it wasn’t the greatest show of all time, but I was definitely into the first season and I’m hoping for more the second time around.
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