‘Chrisley Knows Best’: Is Chase, Savannah Spinoff In The Works?

“If they can get along long enough then yes, you will get to see that"


The Cast of 'Chrisley Knows Best'

We could soon be seeing a lot more of those crazy kids from CHRISLEY KNOWS BEST.

On Friday, family patriarch Todd Chrisley seemed to confirm that son Chase, 19, and daughter Savannah, 17, were being prepped for their own spinoff reality series.

“If they can get along long enough then yes, you will get to see that,” he said.

“Or maybe if they don’t that is why you will get to see that.”

A rep for USA network did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Both teens have recently moved out of their parents’ Roswell, Georgia home and are now attending college — the perfect set up for a new show.

“You are going to see us dealing, really, with an empty nest,” Todd teases of upcoming episodes.  “But it really is not that empty because I stay really involved.”

CHRISLEY KNOWS BEST was recently picked up for an additional eight episodes, which will begin filming shortly.

Among the family drama likely to be featured:  the removal of Chase’s controversial chest tattoo.

“The [new] episodes start filming with whatever is going on in our lives at the time,” Todd says.

“I have a daytime talk show that I am working on right now.  I have a couple of other projects through the network that we are working on.  Savannah is working on her clothing line right now.  Lindsay is working on a mommy blog.  Chase has a podcast.  Julie has a cooking show.  And I am working on my book.”

CHRISLEY KNOWS BEST airs Tuesdays at 10:00 PM on USA.

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