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Mob Wives Chicago Coming To VH1

Renee Graziano of Mob Wives

If you thought Staten Island was more than you can handle, we’ve got news for you: VH1 is brining Mob Wives to Chicago!

Oh, that’s right. We’ve been wondering why it’s been taking Andy Cohen and the Bravo team so long to bring the Real Housewives franchise over to Chicago (because D.C. was just so much more interesting?) but it looks like VH1 has the Windy City covered and we cannot wait to see all the action go down for a new group of syndicate sisters.

Now in its second season on VH1, Mob Wives gives viewers an unfiltered look into the private worlds of mothers Renee, Karen, Carla and Drita, along with new season 2 cast members Ramona and “Big Ang” all of whom must pick up the pieces while their husbands or fathers do time for mob-related activities.  United by a bond which few understand, the women are all struggling with their identities and their futures as they raise their kids as single parents in the New York City area.

Additionally, VH1 recently announced a half-hour post-show titled Mob Wives: The Sit Down, which began Sunday, January 29 at 9pm ET/PT. Hosted by VH1′s own Carrie Keagan (Big Morning Buzz Live), the post show will feature 2-3 of the wives each week along with a special celebrity guest to discuss the episode immediately after it runs and to share some exclusive behind-the-scenes info.

Tell us, are you excited about Mob Wives Chicago? Do you think they’ll be even juicier than the original Mob Wives cast or even The Real Housewives of New Jersey?

 

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