Todd Chrisley and Julie Chrisley’s reality show, “Chrisley Knows Best,” has been canceled after their sentencing, Page Six confirms.
“The network has some episodes of season 10 of ‘Chrisley Knows Best’ that were shot prior to the trial that will air next year,” a source tells us.
The couple’s spinoff show, “Growing Up Chrisley,” has also been axed.
There has been no official word from NBCUniversal on the cancellation.
On Monday, Todd, 53, and Julie, 49, were sentenced to 12 and seven years in prison, respectively, for fraud and tax evasion.
Both of the USA Network personalities were also sentenced to 16 months’ probation.
One month before the duo’s conviction over the summer, “Chrisley Knows Best” was renewed for its 10th season.
As for “Growing Up Chrisley,” news broke in May that the spinoff was moving from USA to E! after three seasons.
While Todd was also revealed at the time as the host of the upcoming dating show “Love Limo,” E! has canceled that project as well.
Page Six has reached out to the show, as well as the real estate broker’s reps, for comment.
Todd and his wife were indicted in 2019 and accused of submitting fake documents to banks to secure more than $30 million in loans. Julie was also accused of using fake statements to rent a house. A new indictment was filed in February.
Their trial began two months later in Atlanta. The pair, who maintained their innocence, were convicted in June. (PageSix)