REPORT: Jax Taylor and Brittany Cartwright Filming New Reality Show as Vanderpump Rules Alums Prepare for TV Return “Without Bravo’s Limitations,” Plus Jax Talks “Pregnant Couples” Spinoff as Season 9 Remains “on Hold”

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Vanderpump Rules Alums Jax Taylor & Brittany Cartwright Are Filming a New Show as They Prepare for TV Return "Without Bravo's Limitations," See What Jax Said About a "Pregnant Couples" Spinoff as Season Nine Remains "on Hold"

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Jax Taylor and Brittany Cartwright have reportedly started production on a new show.

As the potential ninth season of Vanderpump Rules remains in limbo following the exits of several cast members, Jax and Brittany are said to be looking forward to moving on from “Bravo’s limitations” as they film what some believe to be a “pregnant couples” spinoff.

“Jax and Brittany are planning to get their own show based on their new phase of life becoming parents,” a source told E! News on Thursday, December 10. “They have started to film ideas and are pitching it right now. We will definitely be seeing them return. Many people are interested in this new journey and they are very excited to share.”

While Jax and Brittany confirmed they will not be a part of Pump Rules season nine last week, the insider said the couple, who announced Brittany’s pregnancy in September, is very excited to become parents, and for all that their future holds.

“They have some projects they are working on that allow them to share their own lives without Bravo’s limitations,” the source shared.

Although it is not yet clear who will be involved in Jax’s new show, he hinted during an interview in November that he would love to star on a series following him and his now-ex-cast mates, including Stassi Schroeder, Beau Clark, Lala Kent, and Randall Emmett, as they prepare to welcome their first children.

In fact, when a fan on Instagram encouraged him to “start a new show with all the pregnant couples,” Jax teased, “Stay tuned!!!

As for season nine, the new season is said to be on hold as SUR Restaurant and Lisa Vanderpump‘s other venues, including PUMP and TomTom, remain closed due to the COVID-19 restrictions in Los Angeles.

“There is now no timeline for the show’s return,” a different source told E! News last month. “With so many uncertainties during the COVID pandemic, showrunners are telling the crew that the show has not been canceled, but the upcoming season is currently on hold, and asking them to please sit tight until the future is more clear.”