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Mob Wives canceled after Season 6

It’s the end of an era for Mob Wives, which has been adding a new element of excitement to the world of reality television since 2011. The ladies will be going out with a bang in a season that promises to deliver plenty of drama.

Fans of Mob Wives are not quite ready to say goodbye to their favorite gals, nor will they be when the sixth season of the reality show comes to a close. Until that time arrives, they will have the opportunity to take in plenty of drama, especially as the cast for Season 6 features two very promising newcomers: Marissa Fiore and Brittany Fogarty.

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The daughter of renowned gangster John Fogarty, Brittany Fogarty returns to the East Coast in hopes of spending more time with her family, but she does not receive a particularly kind welcome. Fiore, on the other hand, is not only new to Mob Wives — she’s unfamiliar with the lifestyle highlighted on the show. It will be interesting to see how she navigates this world and whether she can hold her own. Fiore’s boyfriend, Jamie Lansburg, was recently released from prison, so that should definitely add some interest to her story line.

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In addition to the two newbies, the Season 6 cast of Mob Wives features regulars Karen Gravano, Renee Graziano, Big Ang and Drita D’Avanzo. Currently, rumors indicate that the first three of the aforementioned cast regulars are trying their best to get D’Avanzo off the show. However, Graziano has dismissed these rumors on social media, claiming that her goal is definitely not to oust one of only two ladies to be featured in all six seasons of Mob Wives. Instead, D’Avanzo’s final season will feature her efforts at writing a tell-all memoir.

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Also returning for a sixth season is Carla Facciolo, who was out of the picture during Season 4 and a guest for Season 5. Now, she is back to being a regular on the show. She is once again friends with Gravano and Graziano but is still on the outs with D’Avanzo. With Facciolo back on a full-time basis, all of the original girls from Season 1 are finishing the show together. As such, the series finale is bound to be a tear-jerker for both the original Mob Wives and their dedicated fans.

The final season of Mob Wives has been appropriately dubbed Mob Wives: The Last Stand. The show returns to VH1 on Wednesday, Jan.13, at 8/7c EST.

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