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Big Ang alert: VH1's 'Mob Wives' Moves To Sundays

By April MacIntyre Jan 24, 2013, 23:44 GMT

Big Ang alert: VH1's 'Mob Wives' Moves To Sundays

Angela "Big Ang" Raiola - Angela "Big Ang" Raiola Visits The Coastline Bar & Grill in Cherry Hill - October 05, 2012 - The Coastline Bar & Grill - Cherry Hill, NJ, USA © Paul Froggatt / PR Photos

Not for nothin' but beginning Sunday, January 27th, 2013, VH1’s hit series “Mob Wives” will move to a new time, with new episodes premiering Sunday nights at 10:00 PM ET/ PT.

“Mob Wives” season 3 finds fan favorites Renee, Karen, Drita, Carla, “Big Ang,” and Ramona struggling to maintain their hard-won independence – but the mob lifestyle continues to pull them back in.

This season, viewers were also introduced to a new cast member, Love Majewski, a hot-tempered “mob moll” with a notorious past. The gangster drama is back on a whole new level - just as old feuds are put to rest, new conflicts arise as names and accusations come out – testing the bounds of friendship, family and loyalty.
 
This Sunday on “Mob Wives”

It’s been several years since their last visit, and now Drita and her daughters are on their way to visit Lee in prison. Even though things seem to be cordial between Carla and Joe – he is secretly plotting to dissolve their marriage once and for all. Big Ang reveals that she’s thrown out her husband Neil, once again. As Renee tries to adjust to life in rehab, she winds up clashing with other patients in treatment.  When Karen finds out that Dave’s girlfriend is even more involved with Karina than she imagined, she unleashes on him. Love is furious when she discovers that her ex has given sperm to women other than her. After Drita’s visit with Lee at prison, unexpected feelings resurface.
 
Developed from a concept by executive producer Jennifer Graziano of JustJenn Productions, “Mob Wives” is also produced by The Weinstein Company (Bob Weinstein, Harvey Weinstein, David Glasser and Meryl Poster), Electus (Ben Silverman, Jimmy Fox) and Left/Right (Banks Tarver, Ken Druckerman, and Nina L. Diaz), with Electus International distributing the series internationally. Executive producers for VH1 include Shelly Tatro, Kari McFarland, Rick Hankey and Jeff Olde.  Sean Gottlieb serves as supervising producer for VH1.
 

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