Chrisley Knows Best just finished airing its most recent batch of episodes at the end of July.
A report by Radar Online yesterday said USA Network would not be renewing contracts with the Chrisley family following the news that Todd and Julie Chrisley were indicted on federal charges in connection with bank fraud and tax evasion.
However, Monsters and Critics can confirm that the show IS expected to be returning and has NOT been cancelled, with no renewal decisions made at this point.
A spokeswoman for USA Network told us: “USA Network refutes the Radar story and confirms the show has not been canceled.”
The episodes that aired earlier this year, premiering on USA Network at the beginning of May, were the first half of Season 7. The back half of Season 7 is expected to premiere this fall, as planned.
Chrisley Knows Best follows the Chrisley family around as they share their lives with the world. Todd and Julie Chrisley star in the show alongside their three children, Chase, Savannah, and Grayson Chrisley. Todd’s mother, Nanny Faye is also a huge part of the show.
Earlier this year, Growing Up Chrisley debuted. It is a spin-off of the flagship show Chrisley Knows Best and features Savannah and Chase as they try to survive in Los Angeles without the help of Todd. Of course, Nanny Faye comes along for the ride as well.
Season 7 of Chrisley Knows Best left off with Savannah Chrisley being proposed to on Christmas Eve. She has agreed to marry Nic Kerdiles and the two are currently planning their wedding. In fact, earlier this summer Savannah mentioned that the planning was going well and Todd Chrisley was helping her with all of it.
The case with Todd and Julie Chrisley is currently ongoing.
Article updated at 8:25 a.m. EST with statement from USA Network.
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