“Total Divas” Season Six Premieres On 11/16; E! Reveals Teaser, Details

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New E! spin-off series “Total Bellas” premieres Wednesday night.

Next month, the “Total Divas” mothership returns to the air.

E! confirms that season six of “Total Divas” will premiere at 8PM ET/PT on November 16.

In conjunction with the announcement, E! shared a new teaser (below). It also revealed insight into what fans can expect this season:

— While rehabbing from injury, Nikki decides to learn a new wrestling style. Against Brie’s wishes, she asks Daniel Bryan for help training.

— Brie is also coping with her decision to retire and focus on starting a family.

— Despite her hard work, Eva Marie isn’t booked for television after WrestleMania 32, and she’s confused about her status in the company.

— Nattie introduces her heel persona, and the crowd is unsure how to react.

— Paige is dealing with an injury.

— While Eva, Nattie and Paige are facing the aforementioned challenges in their careers, Trinity/Naomi lands a role in “The Marine 5.”

— Lana debuts, and some family tension emerges while planning her wedding to Rusev.

— Renee Young debuts as a support system/mediator for the other women as they work through their issues. She, meanwhile, is juggling her relationship with Dean Ambrose.

— Maryse returns to WWE — and debuts on “Total Divas.” She worries that she will have to re-establish herself with fans and colleagues.

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