renee graziano announces mob wives season 5

We’ve been waiting and waiting and waiting for season 5 of Mob Wives. And it will be here just in time for Christmas according to Renee Graziano

Renee revealed on instagram today that the long-awaited, and much re-casted, 5th season which includes the return of Karen Gravano and rumored big drama between Renee and Big Ang will premiere in December! 

“They say have a Coke and Smile Well A #MOBWIFE says have A Coke A Smile And A F–k You Too MOBWIVES SEASON 5 DECEMBER #Mobwives #MobCandy #TrustNo1 #AllMobbedUp #LoveAndLoyalty,” Renee announced along with the charming photo above. 


Natalie Guercio confirmed she’ll be back, by sharing that she was participating in the Mob Wives promo photo shoot. “So excited to see what this year’s theme is for our promo shoot this week!!! #excited #MobWives #season5 ##delicious @VH1” 

“This season it is definitely going to be insanely crazier then last year!” Natalie revealed to CableTV blog. ”Friends that became enemies will never be friends again, jealousy and insecurities are at an all time high, lines that shouldn’t be crossed are. Two 2-legged rats are worse than a 4-legged rat and once your family is a rat, you’re a rat.”

Karen, who left after season 3 because of contract and paycheck disputes, seems to be having issues all over again. “TBT before people talked shit and asked for a no hit clause in their contract lol we put in that work and paved the way!!!! #Mobwives,” she hinted on twitter, posting a photo from season 1. “why you mad tho? Now jump back on the coattails and collect your check…oh how I miss the good old days” 

Alicia DiMichelle Garofalo, who avoided jail time, is also rumored to be coming back. Drita D’avanzo is also returning.  No word on whether or not the cast will add a newbie to the group or not. 

In other news last month Renee’s ex-husband Hector “Junior” Pagan was sentenced to 11 years in prison for his role in a 2010 botched robbery which left a Brooklyn cashier dead. Witnesses said Junior and others ambushed clerk James Donovan at his check cashing business and shot him as he attempted to flee the scene reported the NY Post.

Junior avoided a longer sentence because he did what he did best – rolling on accomplices and giving the government information on the Bonanno crime family. 

[Photo Credit: Instagram]


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