John McHale will host the weekly series following contestants compete to test their physical, mental and emotional strength.
The winner of the challenge will be spared elimination and at the end of each week one villain will get the boot.
Viewers can expect to see Tiffany ‘New York’ Pollard from Flavor Of Love, Tanisha Thomas of Bad Girls Club, Anfisa Arkhipchenko of 90 Day Fiancé, Shake Chatterjee of Love Is Blind, Corinne Olympios of The Bachelor, Jonny Fairplay of Survivor, and Bobby Lytes from Love & Hip-Hop Miami on the show..
Each one of the stars has formed a less-than-stellar reputation on their respective series.
Jax jokes at the start of the House of Villains trailer: ‘Who knew being bad would pay off?’
The father-of-one cemented his ‘villain’ status while appearing on Bravo TV’s Vanderpump Rules.
In one of the early seasons he came clean about cheating on then-girlfriend Stassi Schroeder with her best friend Kristen Doute.
He also allegedly impregnated a woman in Las Vegas and later cheated on his then-girlfriend Brittany Cartwright – who is now his wife – with castmate Faith Stowers in 2017.
Speaking with People earlier this year, Jax acknowledged his perceived role as an antagonist.
‘It is what it is at this point,’ he said, adding, ‘I did a lot of good things, believe it or not. I think I was just so pigeonholed as a villain. I felt like a lot of the cast – males – hide behind me, that I was their scapegoat.’
Jax continued, ‘Now, as you can see, everything’s coming to a head, because I’m not there. They can’t hide behind me anymore. I was just a big character of doing bad things on that show.’
Meanwhile, Devenanzio was seen as a villain when he kept his $275,000 prize from The Challenge: Rivals III to himself, instead of splitting it with teammate Sarah Rice.
Jonny Fairplay, 49, also achieved villain status when he faked the death of his grandma on Survivor: Pearl Islands.
For her part, Omarosa was deemed a supervillain on Donald Trump’s 2004 former NBC series.
She would go on to shake things up on other reality series, making nemeses in the White House, and being fired from four jobs in two years with the Clinton administration.