‘Chrisley Knows Best’ cancelled after Todd and Julie sentence

Three reality television shows focusing on the Chrisley family, which had a long run, have apparently been canceled in the wake of Todd and Julie Chrisley’s prison terms.

According to Deadline, “Growing Up Chrisley,” “Love Limo,” and “Chrisley Knows Best” have all been cancelled. The report claims that USA Network, which began following the well-known family in 2014, will broadcast a condensed season 10 in 2023. The programs were recorded prior to the couple’s fraud conviction.

Meanwhile, “Growing Up Chrisley” followed the couple’s children Chase and Savannah as they separated from their parents.

The show premiered on USA in 2019 before moving to E! for season 3 in 2021. Last month marked the end of Season 4.

Meanwhile, Todd was going to drive singles on 20-minute blind dates in the new series “Love Limo” that E! had ordered in May. A premiere date was never announced.

The Chrisley sentence

On Monday, November 21, news spread that Todd, 53, would be serving a 12-year sentence and Julie, 49, would be serving a seven-year term. Additionally, 16 months of probation were granted to both reality stars.

Todd and Julie were found guilty on all charges in June, two years after they were accused on 12 counts of tax evasion, bank and wire fraud, and conspiracy.

They have consistently refuted the accusations against them, asserting that Mark Braddock, a former employee, was seeking “revenge” on the family.

“He took a bunch of his phony documents to the U.S. Attorney’s office and told them we had committed all kinds of financial crimes, like tax evasion and bank fraud,” Todd said in 2019.