According to reports, the “Chrisley Knows Best” clan is preparing for a return to reality television.
According to a press release on Monday, Todd and Julie Chrisley’s kids – Chase, Savannah, and Grayson, along with granddaughter Chloe and Todd’s mother, Faye Chrisley – will be making a comeback on television with a fresh, unscripted documentary series, as reported by Variety and Deadline.
It is reported that Productions, the show produced by Scout, is not yet attached to a streaming service or broadcaster. The family will follow, adjusting to life behind bars as their parents.
According to Variety, Savannah Chrisley, the eldest daughter of Todd and Julie, expressed her happiness in a statement, stating, “We are extremely delighted to return.” She confidently stated, “I am confident that they will discover the perfect residence for this new phase of our lives.” She further added, “Their unparalleled skill in managing both mainstream culture and compassion through genuine narrative is unmatched, and we could not have found more suitable allies than Scout Productions.” “The moment was opportune to disclose our tale.”
USA TODAY has contacted Scout Productions and a representative for Savannah Chrisley to gather additional details.
Todd and Julie Chrisley, who presented themselves as successful property moguls in the southern region on their television series aired on the USA Network, were individually sentenced to twelve and seven years of imprisonment in June 2022. This came following their conviction on federal charges.
In Atlanta, Todd and Julie were each given a sentence of 16 months probation by U.S. District Judge Eleanor Ross. Both of them began serving their prison terms in January. Currently, they have completed seven months of their sentence.
Julie was also charged with obstruction of justice and wire fraud. Julie and Todd were charged with conspiracy to defraud the United States tax system, as well as conspiracy to commit bank fraud and bank fraud.
Attorney Todd, speaking on behalf of Surgent Jay V., Stated in a statement on Wednesday to TODAY USA that the docuseries will showcase the legal troubles and Julie’s and his difficulties. Todd is happy and excited to have the opportunity to shed light on his family’s ongoing work in this docuseries.
Surgent expressed his hope that Todd, along with his family, will truly see what happened to himself and Julie as the truth of the world.
More: Todd Chrisley receives a 12-year prison sentence, while his wife Julie receives 7 years for committing bank fraud and tax evasion.
The prosecutors at the time of their sentencing said that the couple was driven by greed as they engaged in an extensive bank fraud scheme, hiding their wealth from authorities while flaunting their extravagant way of life.
Prosecutors stated during that period, ‘The Chrisleys have established a dominant power founded on the falsehood that their affluence originated from commitment and diligent effort.’ ‘The unanimous decision of the jury corrects the facts: Todd and Julie Chrisley are individuals who deceive others for personal gain and have sustained their livelihood by transitioning from one fraudulent scheme to another, deceiving financial institutions, neglecting obligations to suppliers, and avoiding tax obligations at every opportunity.’