“Mob Wives” is getting ready to say goodbye after its sixth season after VH1 announced that the season will serve as the series’ swan song.
In a statement published over E! Online, creator and executive producer Jennifer Graziano thanked all those who helped make the show possible and expressed pride over what the show has accomplished and will still accomplish in its final season.
“This six-season run has been a journey of exploration for all of the women, and I’m proud to say they have all identified who they are outside of a world that once defined them,” she said.
According to a Deadline report, the sixth season promises to be eventful as it is set to cover a “personal tell all, battling cancer ,stressing over a beloved business, and having to deal with a rebellious daughter.
The cancer could have something to do with castmate Angela Raiola also known as “Big Ang” as she received confirmation that her throat cancer has returned after she triumphed over it several months ago.
The reality star underwent two major surgeries earlier this year to remove the cancer found on her throat but during her last checkup, a source told Entertainment Weekly that another cancerous lump was found, and that it was considered very serious.
Based on the season’s synopsis, it promises to be intriguing, and it seems that not all is well among the women. It reads, “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 one another. But amongst this sisterhood could there be enemies within?”
To find out, the show’s final season titled “Mob Wives: The Last Stand” will start airing on Jan. 13 on VH1.