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Mob Wives is Coming to YOU!

LifeStyle YOU has announced that it's acquired exclusive Australian broadcast rights to “MOB WIVES” from Electus Distribution for broadcast on the channel in August.

Mob Wives is a 10-part one-hour reality television series that follows the lives of four women from Staten Island, NY, whose husbands or fathers are doing time for Mob-related activities.

“Mob Wives is a startling and deeply engaging series,” said Hannah Barnes, Director of Programming and Acquisitions, LifeStyle Channels. “It has been a huge hit in the States,
premiering in April on VH1 and averaging 1.3 million viewers in each of its first five episodes. We’re thrilled to have closed our first deal with Electus by acquiring this fantastic series for LifeStyle YOU.”

Cameras roll as these four women struggle to maintain their identities, their own families and their futures. Created by Jennifer Graziano of JustJenn Productions, Mob Wives gives viewers an unfiltered look at “alleged” mob families.

These four long-time friends battle their families and each other as they try to do what's best for themselves and their children, trying to maintain the lavish lifestyle they’ve become accustomed to. From The Godfather to The Sopranos to My Cousin Vinny, these women are breaking the stereotypes and showing what real Mob Wives look like.

“We are thrilled that not only America, but the global marketplace as a whole has really embraced Mob Wives. While the situation of the women featured in the series is unique, their compelling, real-life stories have a universal appeal that is clearly resonating in markets around the world,” said Chris Philip, President of Electus/Engine Distribution.
“We are proud to bring this to Australia and XYZnetworks is the perfect home."

 
 

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Posted by • 3y ago • Report
Since when did it become OK to make celebrities of this trash. Mostt of these people should be sharing their husbands cells !! Get this ... of TV !!