Savannah Chrisley is ready to get back on television.
During the latest episode of her Unlocked with Savannah Chrisley podcast, the Chrisley Knows Best star mentioned the “potential of a new show.”
Her guest—her grandmother Nanny Faye Chrisley—said she is all for returning to TV, with or without her son Todd and his wife Julie, who are both currently serving time in federal prison.
“I’m ready to go to work. I’m ready to walk down that highway any day,” Nanny Faye told Savannah.
“There are tons of production companies that have reached out and networks that want to do a show,” Savannah shared.
Nanny Faye suggested the show be called the ‘Bounceback Chrisleys,” something Savannah said would be fitting, given that it would show how the rest of the Chrisley family is functioning without Todd and Julie.
As The Ashley previously reported, Todd and Julie were convicted of tax evasion and bank fraud crimes in November. On January 17, Julie and Todd reported to their respective prisons after being denied bond while they await their appeal. Todd is currently serving a 12-year sentence, while Julie is serving seven years.
Despite her parents’ incarceration situation, Savannah said she wants to continue on with reality TV.
“At the end of the day, we’re not going to allow this to stop us from moving forward,” Savannah declared.
Savannah admitted that ‘Chrisley Knows Best’ wasn’t an authentic representation of her family; however, she hopes a new show would be truer to what the Chrisleys are really like.
“Obviously our show, it was a ‘reality’ show but it also– there was a lot of things that we didn’t have a say in and it became more of like a comedy than it was reality,” she said of ‘Chrisley Knows Best,’ which was cancelled in 2022 due to Todd and Julie’s legal issues.
“Also, I feel like a new show is going to be reality,” Savannah said. “We’re going to touch on where we’re at today, Mom and Dad being gone, how we’re coping with it, how we get through it.”
“The sun’s going to come up and the sun’s going to come down and we have no control over it,” Nanny Faye added earlier in the podcast. “What we have control over is we’re gonna get up and dust our pants off today and get to going. And we’re going to let the world see that we really are who we were. We love each other, we’re gonna walk this walk, and talk this talk.”
Savannah— who currently has custody of her two minor siblings Grayson and Chloe—said a new reality show could also follow her as she adjusts to suddenly becoming a surrogate mother of two.
“Having two kids and all of us stepping in to make sure that they have what they need emotionally, psychologically, physically, all the things. I feel like there is a level of humor to it as well,” she said.
You can watch the full podcast episode below!
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Love you guy’s
Of course they want another show! THEY NEED MONEY!!!!! That Family is a Disgrace!!
We don’t want to see any more of you. Your parents are criminals. Focus in raising the children they left in your care and not so much in “reality” TV
“The Come Back Chrisleys”
Love you guys ❤️❤️
“Savannah admitted that ‘Chrisley Knows Best’ wasn’t an authentic representation of her family; however, she hopes a new show would be truer to what the Chrisleys are really like.”
Yeah, we figured that out when her parents got arrested.
I think 60 Days In and Love After Lock-up might be closer to reality.
I’d watch just to see Nanny Faye, she cracks me up!!!!
That was supposed to be a reply to Loretta Hernandez, I don’t know why it went here
Neither would be a reality to their stories.
60 Days In portrays law abiding citizens pretending to be criminals to see what the inside of a lockup is actually like
Life After Lockup follows the relationship that originally takes place between a person on the outside and a person on the inside after they are released.
Savanah and nanny, I’m reaching out to you and your family. I love your family please show me what happened next.