When Bravo’s ‘Summer House’ season 5 returned with its 2nd episode on February 11, 2021, we saw Carl celebrating his weekend by organizing a virtual reception for his mom’s socially-distanced, online nuptials. On the other hand, Danielle comes up with the idea of a killer event – hosting a roller-skating party. However, Lindsay is too preoccupied with Stephen and his commitment to his work. It also happens to be Kyle’s birthday. Hence, they gear up to throw her a grand party. But things soon get out of hand when Luke’s chances with Hannah and Ciara are almost reduced to zero – thanks to their budding friendship. Well, that being said, here is the thing! After an eventful 2nd part, ‘Summer House’ season 5 is getting ready to release its next episode. Want some more details? We have you covered!
Summer House Season 5 Episode 3 Release Date: When Does it Premiere?
‘Summer House’ season 5 episode 3 is slated to premiere on February 18, 2021, at 9 pm ET and 8 pm CT on Bravo TV. New episodes should air every Thursday night at the same time slot. If there are any changes in the schedule, we will keep you updated.
Summer House Season 5 Episode 3 Spoilers
The upcoming episode of ‘Summer House’ season 5 is called ‘Let the Good Times Roll.’ Bravo has released its official synopsis, which goes as follows: “Carl kicks off the first weekend and hosts a reception for his mom’s virtual wedding. Danielle throws a roller-skating party, but Lindsay is too bothered by Stephen’s hectic work schedule to enjoy herself. Afterward, the housemates get to work to throw Kyle an unforgettable birthday, which devolves into chaos when Hannah and Ciara’s budding friendship threatens Luke’s chances with either girl.” You can also watch its preview right here.
Where to Stream Summer House Season 5 Episode 3 Online?
If you are in the US, you can easily catch up on the latest episodes of ‘Summer House’ season 5 at 9 pm ET on Bravo every Thursday night. Needless to say, you will need a cable package. If you have a cable login, you can catch the season on-demand or online at Bravo’s official website. If you are a cord-cutter, you can resort to the multiple live TV streaming services, namely, Hulu With Live TV, Sling TV, YouTube TV, Fubo TV, and AT&T TV Now. Hulu + Live TV also offers a one-week free trial, and it contains Bravo as a part of its package. You additionally can resort to NBC’s Peacock TV to stream the series. The final option is to buy or rent the episodes on Amazon Prime Video.