Mob Wives alum Jennifer Graziano has been busy, signing multiple new show deals for her JustJenn Productions banner.

JustJenn recently sold an unscripted family docu-soap to WE tv, details of which are being kept under wraps. Graziano also has been developing several projects with eOne, where she is under a first-look deal for unscripted content, and has set up three additional unscripted series with Mona Scott-Young’s Monami Productions (Love and Hip Hop), and with Critical Content.

Graziano also has optioned Kes Trestor’s book A Dangerous Year for scripted series development, and has been developing shows with 3Arts Entertainment, Propagate Content, and Roc Nation. She is also reuniting with her former partner, Marvin Peart, and his newly formed 101 Studios on multiple projects.

Graziano founded JustJenn Productions with the launch of Mob Wives, VH1’s hit reality series following the lives of four Staten Island women, each with their own alleged Mafia connections. Graziano and her development executive, Devyn Fusaro, have been building a slate of films, podcasts, and scripted and unscripted television projects across all formats and genres – two of which she will write herself. She also is planning a reboot of her hit show Mob Wives, which she created and executive produced.

Graziano is repped by UTA, 3Arts Entertainment, and Bloom Hergott Diemer.