The Truth About Hailey Druek From Serving The Hamptons Season 1

"Serving the Hamptons," The new show from discovery+, will be launched on April 7 and will focus on the lives of staff members at a restaurant in the Hamptons as they attempt to survive the summer in a beach home. Per Variety, the staff at the restaurant 75 Main in Southampton will also be filmed at work as they try to juggle various tasks and deal with unexpected situations with guests while peers get into verbal spats and break rules inside the house.

There will be a total of five episodes in the first season. Courtney White, president of Food Network and streaming food content at Discovery Inc., said in a statement, "From high-pressure private client events where success hinges upon top-notch food and service, to public disagreements at a winery causing one staff member to leave in tears, our cameras were there to capture all the real-life drama."

Hailey Druek, one of the waitresses at the eatery, will be spotted on the show as she deals with awkward situations such as having an uncomfortable conversation with her boss after not receiving any tips during his birthday bash.

Hailey Druek is no stranger to the Hamptons

Hailey Druek is quite familiar with the Hamptons, according to her Facebook profile — she studied at the Westhampton Beach High School before attending Suffolk County Community College in Selden, New York. She definitely appears to be excited to be a part of "Serving the Hamptons" and has shared several posts about the show on her Instagram profile. She posted a candid photo of herself enjoying wine with her colleagues and wrote, "Vino talk ... Catch our crazy a**** on Discovery+ April 7th!!! We can't wait for you to see alllll that goes down."

In another Instagram post, the waitress posed with the other cast members and wrote, "Giving a little taste ... Serving The Hamptons streaming April 7th on @discoveryplus. All love to this team and crew!" One of her friends wrote that she was destined to be in front of the camera and commented, "MY GIRL! I will be watching this! You were made for TV — best personality!"