For the final cycle, the docuseries returns the focus exclusively to where it all began: New York City. The Philly girls have left the building, and the “OG”cast is back together on Staten Island, where they always keep it “one-hundred” with one another. But amongst this sisterhood – could there be enemies within? VH1 says the final season covers a full-range of stories: writing a personal tell-all, battling cancer and shuttering a beloved business, dealing with a rebellious teenage daughter, coping with a father’s imprisonment, calling out supposed friends for being fake and being the new girl and having to prove that you’re authentic.
VH1 Head of Original Programming Susan Levison Exits
“Mob Wives burst onto the pop culture scene as a provocative series that pioneered truly uncharted territory on television,” said Nina Diaz, SVP East Coast Production & Development at VH1. “We’re proud to have partnered with Jennifer Graziano, The Weinstein Company, Electus and Left/Right Productions on this groundbreaking franchise and thank everyone involved who helped deliver six riveting seasons to VH1 viewers. Our deepest appreciation goes to all of our beloved cast members and especially our ‘OGs’ Renee Graziano, Drita D’Avanzo, Karen Gravano, ‘Big Ang’ Raiola and Carla Facciolo, who bravely opened up every aspect of their lives each season to give us unprecedented access into their secret worlds and trusted us to tell their unbelievably compelling personal stories. We cannot wait to share the most epic season yet with their fans.”
Developed from a concept by executive producer Jennifer Graziano of JustJenn Productions, Mob Wives also is produced by Marvin Peart, the Weinstein Company (Bob Weinstein, Harvey Weinstein, David Glasser), Electus (Ben Silverman) and Left/Right (Banks Tarver, Ken Druckerman, and Adam Gonzalez), with Electus International distributing the series internationally. Susan Levison, Diaz and Daniel Blau Rogge serve as executive producers for VH1.
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