Vanderpump Rules will be returning to Bravo with a brand new season in just over a month.

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Bravo has announced the sixth season of Vanderpump Rules will premiere on Monday, December 4 at 9PM ET/PT.

On the new season of Vanderpump Rules, Lisa Vanderpump will forge ahead with her plan to add another restaurant to her growing empire, but when her new partners -- Tom Sandoval and Tom Schwartz -- show their inexperience, the restaurateur will butt heads with the men every step of the way.

Meanwhile, newly-single and nearly-divorced Scheana Marie Shay will be subjected to rumors about her new relationship.

And Ariana Madix and Tom will get into a huge fight over how Tom's allegedly allows Ariana to feel like a second priority by putting his best friends first.

When Lala Kent attempts to convince Lisa to give her one last chance at SUR, she will find herself in an unlikely new role of peacekeeper, which will unfortunately complicate her friendship with James Kennedy as he deals with a shocking rumor about his sex life.

As for Stassi Schroeder, she will try to salvage her four-year relationship with Patrick Meagher, while Kristen Doute devotes her energy to breaking up Jax Taylor and Brittany Cartwright rather than focusing on her own relationship.

Jax will face "a shocking accusation that could risk losing the best relationship he's ever had," according to the network, resulting in Brittany needing to decide whether or not she'll stick by her man.

"The SUR gang is torn down the middle, as they must decide where their loyalties lie," Bravo teased of the new season.

Bravo has also revealed a special called Vanderpump Rules How They Got Here will air on November 27 at 10PM ET/PT. Viewers will be afforded the chance to take a trip down memory lane with the stars on Vanderpump Rules.

The half-hour episode will feature the most memorable moments from five seasons of drama, jokes and friendships.

Vanderpump Rules is produced by Evolution Media with Douglas Ross, Alex Baskin, Bill Langworthy, Lisa Vanderpump, and Ken Todd serving as executive producers.