Tiffany Pollard Returns for ‘House of Villains’ Season 2 with Other New Notable Stars

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House of Villains is making a splash with season 2, and some familiar faces like Tiffany Pollard are joining the cast once again.

After the entry of the first season, E!’s reality competition series is back with an all new stacked cast featuring some of the biggest and iconic villains on screen.

Some of the new cast includes the first-ever Survivor winner Richard HatchThe Challenge‘s three-time champion Wes Bergmann, and the return of Tiffany “New York” Pollard, looking for redemption after her early season 1 exit.

The E! reality show gathers 10 reality TV villains under one roof to compete for a $200,000 prize and the title of “America’s Ultimate Supervillain.”

In addition, fans will see cast members from popular shows like Big Brother, The Bachelor, RuPaul’s Drag Race, The Real Housewives, including the likes of Teresa Giudice, Jessie Godderz, Richard Hatch, Kandy Muse and more.

According to the official description for season 2, “E!’s hit competition elimination series House of Villains is back this fall with a new set of mischievous reality all-stars as they scheme, strategize, and shade each other for a chance to win a $200,000 cash prize and the title of ‘America’s Ultimate Supervillain.'” Joel McHale returns to host (and roast the cast).


Teresa Giduice is one that many fans have been begging for to make more appearances on other shows. The mother of four has long maintained that she is not a reality TV villain, despite being pegged that by some of her rival New Jersey Housewives over the years. “I’m really nice — like, I’m the sweetest, nicest person you’ll ever meet,” she told PEOPLE in 2019.

Season 1 saw Tanisha Thomas of Bad Girls Club taking home the prize and beating out the likes of Johnny Bananas (The Challenge), Anfisa Arkhipchenko (90 Day Fiancé), Jonny Fairplay (Survivor: Pearl Islands), and Shake Chatterjee (Love Is Blind) in the finale.

Filming on the series began in late February.

Host Joel McHale confirmed in a January interview with PEOPLE and Entertainment Weekly on the 2023 Emmy Awards red carpet that a second season of House of Villains was coming.

“It was bananas, it was Johnny Bananas,” the 52-year-old comedian said of filming the show’s first season. “The energy coming off of that group could power a large city. We didn’t know what was gonna happen. You get Tanisha and Johnny Bananas and Omarosa and Jonny Fairplay, and it was really great.”

He went on to say that hosting the series took a lot because the energy of the group was “nuclear powered.”


“It was super fun. They were a really good group,” he said, joking that season 2 should have the same cast. “I say take the same cast and just have them continue to compete.”

As of late, House of Villains does not have a premiere date but fans can potentially expect the series to land sometime this fall on E!

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