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A&E to revisit “Growing Up Gotti” in November

Victoria Gotti and her three sons (pictured) will reunite for a one-hour special marking the 10th anniversary of their A&E reality series, Growing Up Gotti: 10 Years Later.
October 21, 2014

Victoria Gotti will return to A&E next month for a one-hour special marking the 10th anniversary of her reality show Growing Up Gotti (pictured).

Due to air on the U.S. cable network on November 10 at 9 p.m. EST/PST, Growing up Gotti: 10 Years Later will catch up with the daughter of late mob boss John Gotti and her three sons Carmine, John and Frank.

The special will also recap memorable moments from the series, which was a hit when it initially premiered in 2004. Ratings eventually waned and A&E cancelled the show in 2005 after 41 episodes.

The special is produced by Left/Right with Banks Tarver, Kenneth Druckerman, Angie Day, Christopher Martin, Bill Stanton and Judith Regan serving as executive producers. Brad Abramson and Rick Hankey are exec producing for A&E.

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