Is Mob Wives coming back? Karen Gravano, Jennifer Graziano tease resurrection

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Is Mob Wives coming back? The popular VH1 show recently ended its run after six seasons and the sudden passing of one of its biggest stars in Angela “Big Ang” Raiola. However, a recent string of social media updates from two of the show’s former cast members–and from Mob Wives creator Jennifer Graziano–have fans buzzing about the possibility of a Mob Wives resurrection.

We first reported on the possibility of Mob Wives Season 7 a month ago, shortly before the show aired its final episode. At the time, speculation had it that the new show would focus on Drita D’Avanzo and Brittany Fogarty, whose feud with Karen Gravano was reaching a boiling point. Since then, any number of scenarios have emerged, and all the rumors point to the likely high level of interest in more episodes starring at least one member of the show’s cast.

Which is why Karen Gravano’s Twitter feed has all of a sudden become very interesting to devoteés of the show:

Those tweets might not mean much on their own, were it not also for the fact that Mob Wives creator Jennifer Graziano and former star Carla Facciolo were both just in the Bahamas together:

All about the #Bahamas @jenngraziano A photo posted by Carla Facciolo (@carlafacciolo) on

It’s the most recent in what appears to be a series of trips to beach hot spots for the pair. They first raised fans’ eyebrows with this update, shared almost immediately after Mob Wives aired its finale:

In addition, Mob Wives Season 6 addition Marissa Jade shared in a recent interview that there is definite interest in another season of some form of Mob Wives. “Not with VH1, obviously,” Marissa cautioned. “But there might be another season.…There’s interest out there for sure.”


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(Photo credits: Is Mob Wives coming back via Instagram)

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