Mob Wives Ending After Six Seasons — Get The Scoop On The New Additions To The ‘Epic’ Final Episodes

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Can’t believe this is it!

VH1 has decided to end Mob Wives, and the upcoming sixth season of the show — titled The Last Stand (how appropriate!) — will be the last one in a wacky television journey.

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Nina L. Diaz, a senior vice president for the television network, indicated that this final season was going to be a truly unforgettable experience for fans looking to see the show end on a high note.

She explained:

Mob Wives burst onto the pop culture scene as a provocative series that pioneered truly uncharted territory on television … Our deepest appreciation goes to all of our beloved cast members and especially our ‘OG’s’ Renee Graziano, Drita D’Avanzo, Karen Gravano, Big Ang Raiola and Carla Facciolo who bravely opened up every aspect of their lives each season to give us unprecedented access into their secret worlds and trusted us to tell their unbelievably compelling personal stories. We cannot wait to share the most epic season yet with their fans.”

Hmm… seems like corporate speak, so there’s not much there.

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But of one thing we CAN be sure: the whole cast Diaz lists in her quote WILL return, with Big Ang, Renee Graziano, Karen Gravano, Drita D’Avanzo, and even Carla Facciolo set to appear, in addition to newcomers Brittany Fogarty and Marissa Fiore!

Fogarty is the daughter of mobster John Fogarty, and she’s just returned to the east coast to be closer to family, while Fiore is a bit greener to the mob lifestyle; her boyfriend Jamie “Oz” Lansburg has just been released from prison.

​The wives from Philly who were on the last two seasons will NOT be back, BTW.

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Jennifer Graziano, the creator of Mob Wives, said in a statement lamenting the show’s end:

“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. It was my pleasure to work so closely with people I grew up with and called family (and actual family). Not many people are afforded the opportunity to do what they love with people they love.”

Tough to see such an inneresting show (and a guilty pleasure!!) come to an end, but alas, all good things…

At least it sounds like everyone is leaving on good terms!

And it’s probably always a good idea to end on good terms when you’re dealing with the mob, right?! LOLz!!

[Image via VH1.]

Dec 7, 2015 4:23pm PDT

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