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Savannah Chrisley ‘happy to be back’ filming new reality TV show with her family… seven months after her parents went to prison

Savannah Chrisley 'happy to be back' filming new reality TV show with her family... seven months after her parents went to prison

Seven months after Todd and Julie Chrisley went to prison, their eldest daughter Savannah is ‘happy to be back’ filming a brand new reality TV show with brother Grayson, sister Chloe, brother Chase, and grandmother ‘Nanny’ Faye.

‘The time was right to share our story,’ the 26-year-old realtor told People on Monday.

‘We couldn’t have found better partners in Scout Productions. Their ability to balance popular culture and empathy through authentic storytelling is unrivaled and I know they’re going to find the right home for this next chapter of our lives. We’re so happy to be back.’

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Scout Productions CCO Rob Eric called the troubled family ‘nothing short of reality royalty’ and said producing their return to TV is ‘beyond thrilling.’

‘They’re ready to bring their signature heart and quirk back to the fans and we look forward to telling their story,’ Eric said in a statement.

Action! Seven months after Todd and Julie Chrisley went to prison, their eldest daughter Savannah (R) is 'happy to be back' filming a brand new reality TV show with brother Grayson, sister Chloe, brother Chase, and grandmother 'Nanny' Faye

The continuation will showcase the Chrisley Family being ‘dynamically entertaining and naturally hilarious as ever, but not shying away from authentic drama and grit that makes them just as relatable as ever.’

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Fans first got to know the eccentric Georgia clan in the USA Network’s Chrisley Knows Best, which aired for 10 seasons spanning 2014-2023 as well as Peacock spin-off Growing Up Chrisley, which aired for four seasons spanning 2019-2022..

Meanwhile, Savannah’s disgraced incarcerated parents – who reported to different prisons on January 18 – are ‘at the lowest point they have been yet’ after their recent appeal for home confinement was rejected.

54-year-old Todd (born Michael) is serving his 12-year sentence at the Federal Prison Camp in Pensacola, FL for tax evasion (2008-2019) after being found guilty of defrauding community banks out of more than $30M of loans.

50-year-old Julie is serving her seven-year sentence at the Federal Medical Center in Lexington, KY for the same charges as well as wire fraud and obstruction of justice.

During the three-week trial, it was revealed that the Southern grandfather-of-two’s alleged ex-lover and business partner Mark Braddock – who was granted immunity – was the one who tipped off authorities.

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Last week, a family insider told DailyMail.com that the married couple of 27 years are ‘feeling completely hopeless about their situation’ and are terrified at the idea of losing their appeal because it ‘means at least another year of living in their hell hole’ jails.

Todd and Julie’s newly-hired attorney Jay Surgent told DailyMail.com that the pair are fully prepared to take their legal battle to the Supreme Court if their last-resort appeal is turned down.

The 26-year-old realtor (R, pictured May 26) told People on Monday: 'The time was right to share our story. We couldn't have found better partners in Scout Productions. Their ability to balance popular culture and empathy through authentic storytelling is unrivaled and I know they're going to find the right home for this next chapter of our lives. We're so happy to be back'

Fans first got to know the eccentric Georgia clan in the USA Network's Chrisley Knows Best, which aired for 10 seasons spanning 2014-2023 as well as Peacock spin-off Growing Up Chrisley, which aired for four seasons spanning 2019-2022 (pictured in 2021)

Surgent insists that his clients’ 8th Amendment rights were ‘clearly violated’ during the appeals process, insisting that the Chrisleys’ home confinement application ‘wasn’t even processed’ and claiming that they are being subjected to ‘cruel and unusual punishment’ as a result of their unfavorable prison conditions, which they say include a lack of air conditioning, mold, and plumbing issues.

Fans can catch more of Savannah roughing it in the 10-episode second season of Special Forces: World’s Toughest Test, which premieres September 25 on Fox.

The quasi-military training series will also feature Dez Bryant, Tyler Cameron, Blac Chyna, Brian Austin Green, Robert Horry, Erin Jackson, Bode Miller, Jack Osbourne, Tara Reid, Kelly Rizzo, Tom Sandoval, JoJo Siwa, and Nick Viall.

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