Bravo’s “Summer House” is officially filming in Water Mill

After being banned from East Hampton, Bravo’s hit show “Summer House” has found a new location: Water Mill.

The show, which follows a crew of nine rich New Yorkers during their Hamptons adventures, generated a lot of controversy among Hamptonites in East Hampton and Montauk, who were worried it would turn their ocean escape into the “Jersey Shore.”

According to Page Six, neighbors in Water Mill are “optimistic” that the producers will be respectful, after they promised to limit the number of vehicles around the house, restrict the number of lights they will use and keep the gate to the outside locked. The home they’ve rented sits on five acres and has eight bedrooms and nine bathrooms.

The show has a 35-person crew and will be filming for 40 days this summer, so we’re not totally sure how they’re going to be pulling all their promises off. But we’re excited to find out! [NYP]