'Chrisley Knows Best' Finally Announces Season 7 Return Date

Bettina Dizon
Apr 04, 2019
06:50 A.M.
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Chrisley Knows Best is back with their 7th season which is airing at the end of May. This season is going to be much more hectic, yet exciting for the Chrisley’s as many events are planned out, including Nanny Faye’s 75th birthday.


"Chrisley Knows Best" just announced their all-new season premiere to be on May 28 with two back to back episodes. The hit unscripted show will air at 10/9c and 10:30/9:30c.

Season 7 features a more chaotic yet exciting Chrisley family. With everyone caught up in their own thing, there is definitely going to be tension at some point.

The show follows the life of the Chrisley's, headed by Todd Chrisley, who tries to maintain peace and order in their household. Together with him on the show are his wife, three kids, Chase, Savannah, and Grayson, and his mother, Nanny Faye.


Nanny Faye is preparing for her 75th and is making a unique bucket list for herself. While embracing her age, her son is doing quite the opposite. 

Todd is engaged in every possible anti-aging regimen he can find, in hopes of looking younger. He is battling it out with Chase who, like him,  wants to be the play-by-play announcer in the senior basketball league Nanny Faye is joining.


Meanwhile, Chloe is getting ready for her first sleepover and Daddy-Daughter dance. Savannah, on the other hand, wants to communicate better with her boyfriend and hockey player, Nic, which leads her to learn French.

The show first premiered in 2014 and featured Todd Chrisley and his literally blonde family in Georgia. Todd is a main attraction in the show as he often drops sassy comebacks and funny comments.


However, his off-screen character is not quite like his on-screen one. Todd has faced many allegations and rumors in the past, which are not tackled on the show. 

According to People, Chrisley filed for bankruptcy protection in 2012. He was buried in debt, around $49.4 million in the red. His debt apparently came from business investments that did not go well, mortgages, and tax bills.


However, three years after, Chrisley revealed that things worked out for him. He said:

“[We] are in a really good place financially, emotionally and psychologically.”

“We have weathered the greatest economic downturn that this country has ever seen since the Great Depression,” he added.

“I am not the only person who has filed bankruptcy and I won’t be the last. It is what it is.”

Fortunately, things went well for the reality star. With his positive attitude and hard work, things ended up well for him, and we hope it stays that way.