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USA Network sets “Chrisley Knows Best” spin-off for 2019

American cable net USA Network has greenlit a 16-episode spin-off of its flagship reality docuseries Chrisley Knows Best, set to premiere in 2019. Growing Up Chrisley will center on Savannah (pictured, left) and ...
October 31, 2018

American cable net USA Network has greenlit a 16-episode spin-off of its flagship reality docuseries Chrisley Knows Best, set to premiere in 2019.

Growing Up Chrisley will center on Savannah (pictured, left) and Chase Chrisley (right) as they leave home in Nashville to seek their own fortunes, separate from the Chrisley clan, in Los Angeles.

The spin-off is produced by Maverick TV and All3Media America, with John Hesling, Simon Knight, Jennifer Duncan and Todd Chrisley serving as executive producers.

Meanwhile, USA has renewed Chrisley Knows Best for a seventh season consisting of 26 episodes, also set for 2019, with the back half of season six premiering Nov. 28 at 9 p.m. ET/PT, with two back-to-back episodes.

Chrisley Knows Best is produced by Maverick TV and All3Media America, with John Hesling, Simon Knight, Adam Greener, Jim Sayer, Hank Stepleton, Melissa Stokes and Todd Chrisley serving as executive producers.

“Todd Chrisley and his entire family have opened their home and hearts to America, and we are so happy to be able to continue to grow, love and laugh with them,” said Heather Olander, SVP of alternative development and production at USA, in a statement. “In Growing Up Chrisley, Chase and Savannah are trying to make it on their own in a new city — but no matter what, they will always make their way back home. That’s why fans will be sure to see both of them in the new season of the flagship series as well.”

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Senior staff writer Frederick Blichert comes to realscreen with a background as a journalist and freelance film critic. He has previously written for VICE, Paste Magazine, Senses of Cinema, Xtra, Canadian Cinematographer and elsewhere. He holds a Master of Arts in film studies from Carleton University and a Master of Journalism from the University of British Columbia.

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