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"Mob Wives" on VH1 is a reality docu-series based on the lives of four struggling "allegedly" associated women who have to pick up the pieces and carry on after their husbands or fathers do time for mob-related activities. The women featured in the series are compelling, real-life characters with amazing stories to tell. Viewers will get a chance to follow them as they enter the next chapter of their lives.

Season 3

"Mob Wives" Season 3 finds fan favorites Renee Graziano, Karen Gravano, Drita D'Avanzo, Carla Facciolo, Angela "Big Ang" Raiola, and Ramona Rizzo struggling to maintain their hard-won independence — but the mob drama continues to pull them back in. Yet when Hurricane Sandy devastates Staten Island, the women survive the aftermath using their strength and street smarts — and show just how much heart they have as they work to rebuild their hometown, lending a helping hand to their family, friends, neighbors and community.

Viewers will also be introduced to a new cast member, Love Majewski. A hot-tempered "mob moll" with a notorious past, Love is back in town to reconnect with old friends — but quickly finds that jealousy is in the air, as are brand new Staten Island scuffles.

Season 3 picks up with the women trying to move on in several different ways. In the wake of ex-husband Junior's betrayal, Renee battles an ongoing secret which proves to be too much for her to handle alone. Big Ang copes with the fallout from her son's drug rehabilitation and final sentencing, and Drita learns that her husband Lee is going to be released from jail and is forced to consider her options and the consequences they will have on her life.

Much to Carla's amazement, things continue to heat up between (her still husband) Joe and his much younger girlfriend. As Karen continues to build her entrepreneurial empire, she learns some startling news about her boyfriend Dave that jeopardizes their long-standing love connection. And with Ramona's boyfriend Joe still stuck behind bars and awaiting sentencing, Ramona receives an offer she may never be able to refuse.

As "godmother" to the group, Big Ang's peace-making skills are put through the wringer as the battles between the women continue to divide and multiply. Drita and Ramona are unexpectedly brought to the table and pressed to settle their scores. When Renee and Carla go to war, it leaves everyone stunned and their twenty-year friendship in tatters.

Season 3 brings the gangster drama back on a whole new level — just as old feuds are put to rest, new conflicts arise as names and accusations come out — testing the bounds of friendship, family and loyalty.

Season 4

At the end of season 3, Drita had finally decided to let her husband Lee back
into her life — and also their two daughters' lives. Renee and her son AJ were mending their relationship following Renee's stint in rehab. And Ang, ever the "godmother" to the group, was trying to do her best to remain neutral and not take sides. But when the new girls hit the scene and shake things up — how will the dynamic between the women be affected? New cast members include Alicia DiMichele and Natalie Guercio.

Season 5

The cast is in for a surprise when Karen Gravano stages an unexpected return to Staten Island. Last season, lifelong friendships were put to the test as "New Blood" infiltrated this tight-knit circle, and these relationships remain as complicated and volatile as ever. Ever-shifting alliances are a recipe for an explosive mix of unpredictable tension, conflict, and intrigue.

Last season, Renee felt she was everyone's target, and she's not about to stand for it this time around. With her husband Lee finally out of prison, Drita finds that juggling a happy family life with a growing business is tougher than she had anticipated. Big Ang is typically the mediator when it comes to the others' quarrels, but this season she finds herself front and center with her own drama — and her stress level is at an all-time high. With Alicia busy handling her legal troubles, Natalie is flying solo, and the other wives are beginning to question her character. During her hiatus from Staten Island, Karen heard rumors that some of the ladies have been talking behind her back — something she doesn't take lightly. She returns fierce as ever, ready to show everyone that the 'baby bull' will not back down to anyone.

This season, emotions run high and Staten Island is rife with gossip, lies, and misunderstandings. In this world, you never know what's around the corner — or when an old family connection may resurface to shake everything up.

Season 6

For the final, emotionally-charged cycle, "Mob Wives: The Last Stand" 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 each other. But amongst this sisterhood — could there be enemies within? Since the series premiere in 2011, the women have created new lives for themselves as their loved ones do time for alleged mob-related activities. For each of these women, the struggle is real, and sometimes betrayal is a way of life.

This season covers a particularly 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, or being the new girl and having to prove that you're authentic. Despite the high-octane drama these ladies are known for, they are more than just their "reputed" mob connections. They are mothers and wives, businesswomen and entrepreneurs, and for the last time, they're putting it all on the line to survive. Complicating the situation even more, two local newcomers are about to make their presence known in no uncertain terms.

Renee Graziano is trying to stay centered, focused, and above the drama. But in this world, steering clear of conflict is no easy task, and Renee soon dives right back in, giving in to old anger and animosities while also creating new ones.

Karen Gravano is trying to kick-start her role as "momager" for her daughter Karina's modeling career while also trying to keep her relationship with her man Storm alive. Never letting her loyalty to her family die, Karen continues the crusade to get her father released early from prison.

Drita D'Avanzo decides to write a tell-all memoir, causing tension on the home front with her ex-con husband Lee, while also dividing the group of women, some of whom are starting to wonder — is Drita a rat?

Big Ang is struggling to tone down her non-stop lifestyle. Not only is she facing a major health crisis, but financial hardships are also taking their toll. On top of all this, the stress is causing major problems in her marriage to husband Neil.

Carla Facciolo is back — and she's not going to be bullied or intimidated by anyone this season. Carla has restored her friendship with Karen and Renee, but she's not blind to Drita's tricks this time around. Fiesty and fiery, she is calling everyone to the carpet in search of the truth.

Brittany Fogarty is the daughter of known gangster John Fogarty, and just moved back to the East Coast to be closer to her family. But with the history that's tied to the Fogarty name, not everyone on Staten Island is ready to receive her with open arms.

Marissa Fiore is fairly new to the "lifestyle." She was brought into the mix and schooled by her tough guy boyfriend Jamie "Oz" Lansburg, who was recently released from prison. With her fierce beauty and strong sense of loyalty, Marissa's presence is bold.

"Mob Wives" is created by Jennifer Graziano of JustJenn Productions, who will serve as an executive producer. The series is produced by The Weinstein Company (TWC) and Ben Silverman's next-generation multimedia studio, Electus, an operating business of IAC.




'Mob Wives' Star 'Big Ang' Dies After Battle With Cancer
'Mob Wives' star tells Kyle Smith to STFU about 'GoodFellas'
Pearl Impersonated 'Mob Wives' Star Big Ang on 'RuPaul's Drag Race'
Big Ang Hospitalized With Lemon-Sized Throat Tumor
'Mob Wives' Medical Crisis: Big Ang Reportedly Hospitalized for Giant Throat Tumor!
'Mob Wives' Star Big Ang — Doctors Discover Massive Throat Tumor
Alicia DiMichele Reacts to Her Name Coming Up at the 'Mob Wives' Reunion
'Mob Wives' Sneak Peek: Natalie Guercio and Nat D Finally Meet Face to Face at the Reunion
'Mob Wives' Bonus: Ang Throw AJ a Rehab Graduation Party + Asks Him to Move in with Her
'Mob Wives' Bonus: Renee Needs a Full Therapy Session to Help Her Forgive Natalie

MOB WIVES: NEW BLOOD: FACTS

Network: VH1
Genre: Reality
Runtime: 60 mins.
Premiere Date: April 17, 2011
Seasons: 6
Production Companies:
The Weinstein Company
Electus
JustJenn Productions





"Mob Wives: New Blood" cast 'Mob Wives' Season 6 Takes Last Stand — Premiering Wednesday, January 13, the final season of the VH1 reality docu-series returns the focus exclusively to where it all began: New York City. Read more...
"Mob Wives: New Blood" cast 'Mob Wives: New Blood' Brings in New Cast — Premiering Thursday, December 5, the fourth season of the VH1 reality docu-series finds Alicia DiMichele and Natalie Guercio joining fan favorites Renee Graziano, Drita D'Avanzo and Big Ang. Read more...
"Miami Monkey" (TV show) cast members Big Ang and Raquel D'Onofrio 'Miami Monkey': Big Ang Brings the Heat to South Beach — Premiering Sunday, September 8, the new VH1 reality docu-series follows the "Mob Wives" fan favorite as she makes her mark on the Miami party scene. Read more...
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