E! Orders “WAGS Atlanta,” Confirms Season 3 “WAGS” & S2 “WAGS Miami” Premiere Dates, Cast Members

E! provides updates regarding its “WAGS” franchise.

WAGS Graphic | E!

Fans of E!’s “WAGS” franchise received a number of welcome updates Thursday.

Broadcaster E! confirmed premiere dates for the second season of “WAGS Miami” and third season of WAGS.” It also announced a new, Atlanta-set spin-off series.

Per the announcement, “WAGS Miami” will begin its second season at 9PM ET/PT on June 29.

Season three of the original “WAGS” — positioned as “WAGS LA” — will takeover that timeslot with its premiere on August 24.

Entitled “WAGS Atlanta,” the new spin-off will premiere later this fall.

“The WAGS of Atlanta live life un-apologetically, and are bound together by a strict hierarchy of unspoken rules with no boundaries, no filters and the infamous social life of Atlanta’s elite,” says E! of the new series. “These ambitious, strong women are turning things up and turning on the charm as they work to make their own dreams come true.”

Official previews for “WAGS Miami” season two and “WAGS” season three, including details on the new cast members, follow:

WAGS Miami:
The sophomore season of “WAGS Miami” has the South Florida ladies bringing the heat. Ashley Roberts is in the midst of planning the wedding of her dreams with fiancée, Atlanta Falcons’ linebacker, Philip Wheeler, but Philip has his sights set on another ring as his team prepares for the Super Bowl. Meanwhile, Metisha Schaefer, Hencha Voigt and Astrid Bavaresco continue to navigate the wild ride that comes with being single in Miami. Still coping with the aftermath of her breakup with Reshad Jones (Miami Dolphins), Darnell Nicole Thibodeaux remains resilient while Claudia Sampedro (dating Julius Peppers of the Green Bay Packers) is finally engaged and able to focus on their future. New additions to the cast include wives Faven Biru, married to Corey Luiget of the Los Angeles Chargers and Kayla Cox who is married to former MLB player Eric Fornataro. As Faven struggles with her husband’s team’s relocation, Kayla juggles married life with her career as a top Wilhelmina model. From the shops on Lincoln Road to the white-hot sands of South Beach, these ladies prove the only thing hotter than the Miami weather is the drama.

The “WAGS LA” life has plenty of perks, but the diamonds and mansions don’t always come easy. This season follows an overwhelmed Nicole Williams as she plans her long-awaited, dream wedding to fiancé Larry English, leaving everyone to wonder whether the big day will truly be the fairytale she imagined. Sasha Gates also prepares for big changes when she is forced to relocate her family permanently with the Chargers controversial move to LA. Meanwhile, Autumn Ajirotutu struggles to repair severed ties within the group, and officially single, Natalie Halcro and Olivia Pierson are haunted by their romantic pasts and uncover fractured friendships of their own. Barbie Blank’s friendship with model/actress Amber Nichole Miller (girlfriend to former MMA Light Heavyweight champion Tito Ortiz) continues to develop despite Amber’s growing tensions with the rest of the ladies. Additionally, self-proclaimed “momprenuer” Dominique Penn has feelings of neglect during football season and struggles to reignite the romance with her football star husband (Oakland Raiders offensive lineman Donald Penn), as Michelle Quick (wife of Washington Redskins wide receiver Brian Quick) transitions her family from LA to Washington following the latest trade announcements.

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