Canceling the Chrisleys: Todd and Julie's 3 reality shows axed as children Chase and Savannah bear the brunt

Todd was scheduled to host the dating program 'Love Limo,' however, that program has also been canceled.

Canceling the Chrisleys: Todd and Julie's 3 reality shows axed as children Chase and Savannah bear the brunt
'Growing Up Chrisley,' a spin-off program that featured Todd and Julie Chrisley's children Chase and Savannah was apparently canceled (Photo by Mark Davis/Getty Images)
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NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK: The three reality shows hosted by Todd and Julia Chrisley have been canceled following the couple's combined 19-year prison term for tax evasion on Monday, November 21. 'Chrisley Knows Best,' which premiered in 2014 and ran for nine seasons while following Todd, 53, Julie, 49, and their family has been canceled.

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According to Deadline, 'Growing Up Chrisley,' a spin-off program that featured their children Chase, 25, and Savannah, 24, was apparently canceled as well. Additionally, Todd was scheduled to host the dating program 'Love Limo,' however, that program has also been canceled. A month before the convictions, 'Chrisley Knows Best' received a tenth-season renewal, and USA Network will play a few episodes from this season that were shot prior to the trial, next year.

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In January 2019, it was revealed that Chase and Savannah would get their own television series that would follow them "on a road trip from Nashville to Los Angeles to prove their independence." Prior to being canceled, it ran for three seasons and made its debut on April 2, 2019. E! approved 'Love Limo' in May 2022. Todd was scheduled to host the dating series as well as serve as executive producer, where he would be charged with assisting singles in finding love through speed dating. 

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Months after being found guilty in their $30 million tax fraud case, Todd and Julie received sentences of 12 years and 7 years in jail, respectively. This was right after their 16-year-old son Grayson was gravely hurt in a car crash that the couple was sentenced to a combined total of 19 years in prison in Atlanta on Monday, November 21. Upon release, Todd and Julie will also complete 16 months of probation each. The 'Chrisley Knows Best' couple defrauded the bank for millions of dollars by providing fake financial statements with inflated earnings making it look like they were richer than they were. They hid their money from the IRS to avoid taxes while they bought expensive cars, went on elaborate trips, wore branded clothes, and more. Todd and Julie were joined by their accountant Peter Tarantino, who was sentenced on the same day as them to 36 months in prison for being an accessory to the crime. Assistant US Attorney Annalise Peters took the courtroom by storm on Monday while exposing the couple as she played a clip where Julie could be seen bragging about spending thousands of dollars, enjoying living in their 30,000-square-foot home, and avoiding taxes in the middle of bankruptcy. In addition to their children Savannah, Chase and Grayson that the couple share, Todd also has two other children—Lindsie, 32, and Kyle, 30—from a previous marriage to Teresa Terry. 

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MEAWW recently reported, Todd urged the judge to be lenient with his wife, claiming she was the primary caregiver of their two youngest children. US District Judge Eleanor Ross handed down the sentence anyway, saying the "greed and flamboyance" in their case cannot possibly be ignored. Todd is set to serve out his sentence at FCI Pensacola, and Julie at FCI Tallahassee, where Ghislaine Maxwell is also serving her sentence.

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