A new Bravo reality show set on Martha’s Vineyard premiered earlier this month.

Summer House: Martha’s Vineyard is the latest installment of Bravo’s Summer House reality series that originated in Montauk, New York. Paying homage to the Vineyard’s history as an African American vacation hub, the new season follows 12 young Black professionals as they navigate relationships in their palatial Oak Bluffs rental.

“[T]he friends have known one another for years and are excited to let loose this summer, indulging in cultural experiences and exclusive Island activities while learning to overcome their personal obstacles,” the show’s website states.

Three episodes have aired so far.

This isn’t the first reality TV show to drop anchor at the Vineyard. In 2013, ABC Family released The Vineyard, an eight-episode series following 10 twenty-somethings working and living together on the Island.

Some locals have already taken umbrage with the premise of Summer House: Martha’s Vineyard since the first teaser dropped several months ago, making their feelings known in the Facebook group Islanders Talk. A post critiquing the show after its premiere garnered about 200 comments and counting. 

The first episode, titled Not Your Mama’s Vineyard, premiered May 7. Episodes will air Sundays at 9 p.m. EST on the Bravo network.