Polizzi back on the Jersey Shore for FYI

Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi (pictured) is back on the New Jersey shore with her husband Jionni Lavalle for FYI's latest series, Nicole & Jionni's Shore Flip.
November 18, 2015

Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi (pictured) is heading back to the Jersey Shore.

The FYI series Nicole & Jionni’s Shore Flip will see the former Jersey Shore cast member and star of its spin-off, Snooki & JWoww back on the New Jersey boardwalk to kick off a house flipping business with husband Jionni Lavalle.

Produced by eOne, the program will follow the couple, their family and close friends as they undertake their first business together. The 8 x 60-minute series has begun production and is slated to air early next year.

“This will be no walk on the beach, as viewers will see Nicole and Jionni juggle the day-to-day challenges of undertaking a massive home renovation and design, on top of managing additional work endeavors and the equally-as-demanding job of raising two young children,” reads a release from FYI.

Executive producers for eOne are John Morayniss, Tara Long and Mark Herwick. Polizzi, Lavalle, Antranig Balian and Cameron Kadison also serve as executive producers. FYI’s executive producers include Gena McCarthy, James Bolosh and Lauren Wohl.

“Millennials have grown up with Nicole, and we’re excited to now partner with her and Jionni as they start their first business flipping homes together,” said McCarthy, senior VP of programming and development at FYI, in a statement.

“With Nicole’s crafty and creative ideas and Jionni’s background as a contractor and builder, this series combines renovation, design, and family comedy in a unique docuseries approach to the home makeover genre,” the exec added.

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