BRAVO'S "BELOW DECK" JOINS "WATCH WHAT HAPPENS LIVE WITH ANDY COHEN" FOR A VIRTUAL REUNION ON MONDAY, FEBRUARY 22, AT 9PM ET/PT
· Bravo's "Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen" "Below Deck" season eight virtual reunion premieres Monday, February 22 at 9pm ET/PT.
· Host Andy Cohen joins the My Seanna crew, Captain Lee, Eddie Lucas, Francesca Rubi, Rachel Hargrove, Elizabeth Frankini, Ashling Lorger, Izzy Wouters, James Hough, and Shane Coopersmith, as they revisit the dramatic highs and lows of a charter that included navigating outrageous guests and their demands, changing crew members, and a "boatmance."
· For a sneak peek at the reunion, please visit: https://www.bravotv.com/below-deck/season-8/videos/the-yachties-ditch-their-uniforms-and-bring-the-drama-for-the-below-deck
Coming up on the reunion:
Captain Lee and the crew come together to rehash a shocking season aboard superyacht My Seanna. After a rough charter at sea, Shane allows his crewmates' criticism to rattle his core. Chef Rachel recounts her decision to leave, is put to task for abandoning her crew, and addresses her drunken behavior. With their boatmance causing tension this season, Elizabeth and James air out their differences and answer whether it was all worth it. Meanwhile, Izzy doesn't hold back when discussing her frustration with how she was treated by the deck crew. In a final showdown between Elizabeth and Francesca about how Elizabeth's firing was handled, Elizabeth makes an accusation toward Francesca and Ashling that takes both women by surprise.
Catch up on all previous seasons of "Below Deck" on Peacock now.
"Below Deck" is produced by 51 Minds with Mark Cronin, Courtland Cox, and Lauren Simms serving as executive producers. Tania Hamidi, Cristina Lopez, and Rebecca Henning are co-executive producers.
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