A&E is saying goodbye to Wahlburgers after 10 seasons of the award-winning series featuring Mark, Donnie and Paul Wahlberg.
Produced by 44 Blue Productions, a Red Arrow Studios company, the final season of Wahlburgers will continue to feature the Wahlberg brothers and their mother, Alma, as they balance their family and business lives managing their booming chain of Wahlburgers restaurants across the U.S.
The 10th season of the series sees Mark and Paul head to Germany where they continue to work with the military to open restaurants in U.S. bases around the world, while back on home soil, Donnie faces heat on his promise to open his own Wahlburgers location in his hometown of St. Charles, Illinois. Other stories include the brothers’ biggest challenge to date as they work to fulfill Alma’s dream of bringing their namesake eatery to their childhood hometown of Dorchester, Massachusetts.
Wahlburgers is produced for A&E by 44 Blue Productions in association with Closest to the Hole Productions, Leverage Entertainment and Donnie D Productions.
“It has been a true pleasure to bring the Wahlberg family into the homes of our viewers over the last nine seasons,” said 44 Blue CEO & co-founder Drachkovitch in a statement. “The goal in making Wahlburgers was to not only entertain, but also to remind people about the power of family and the joy a little laughter can bring to tough situations. With this final season, our hope is that everyone takes a bit of Donnie, Mark, Paul and Alma along with them.”
Wahlburgers final season starts May 15 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on A&E.