Savannah Chrisley and Chase Chrisley: Spinoff Is Really Happening!
It’s only been a couple of years since Savannah Chrisley’s horrifying car crash, but the Chrisley Knows Best star is back on the road.
In fact, she and her brother Chase are embarking on a road trip for their spin-off.
And apparently that spin-off is moving forward — and may even be almost done with production.
From what multiple sources tell Us Weekly, Savannah Chrisley and Chase Chrisley’s spin-off of Chrisley Knows Best is really happening.
In fact, the spin-off, which has been rumored since last year, is said to be going “full speed ahead.”
Chrisley Knows Best has just concluded its sixth season less than a month ago.
A lot of shows — scripted or reality — don’t make it to the 100 episode benchmark, but Chrisley Knows Best has 109 episodes and 2 specials.
And now, a spin-off.
Chrisley Knows Best was previously filmed in Georgia, near Atlanta. Now, the show films in Nashville, Tennessee.
According to reports, that is where Svannah and Chase’s spin-off will begin filming.
The premise of the spin-off is to capture the two young adults on their sibling road trip across most of the breadth of the United States.
They started off in Nashville but will end up in Los Angeles.
In fact, the two have been spotted in L.A., which suggests that at least most of the principal photography is already complete.
The show has been rumored for ages, and Todd Chrisley addressed this spinoff a while back.
“I’m extremely proud of Chase and Savannah as they continue their journey into adulthood,” the family patriarch announced.
“This show will follow them as they live on their own,” Todd continued. And give their parents huge headaches and potential heart attacks.”
Todd condluded: “The plot thickens with love.”
Todd is famous for his frustrations with his family, including and especially Chase, but clearly he is proud of his young adult children.
Todd does admit that he can be controlling of his family’s social media activity, policing it personally.
“If they say something that I don’t think is appropriate or that I think is offensive to someone,” Todd says. “I send them a text message with a screenshot and go, ‘Really? Really?”
That sounds fine for some things — honestly, a few celebrities out there could use Todd Chrisley sending them similar messages — but perhaps a little intrustive for others.
“My thing is,” Todd explains. “Aon’t be trashy about anything.”
That sounds fair enough.
Todd thinks that sometimes people embarrass themselves by being overly eager with fans on social media.
“These guys out here today,” Todd laments. “If a girl likes their photograph, that’s a reason for them to slide into your DM.”
For the record, clicking “like” doesn’t always indicate thirst, and indicating thirst isn’t always an invitation.
Todd then cracks a joke about what some would describe as c–kblocking his kids.
“You’re not sliding into anything over here,” Todd says.