A source says that Todd and Julie Chrisley’s reality show, “Chrisley Knows Best,” which they hosted, has been canceled after they got their sentences.

The network has some episodes of season 10 of ‘Chrisley Knows Best’ that were shot prior to the trial that will air next year,

a source said.

The spinoff show “Growing Up Chrisley,” which was about the couple, has also been canceled.

NBCUniversal has not yet made an official statement about the show’s cancellation.

Todd, who is 53, and Julie, who is 49, were both found guilty on Monday of fraud and avoiding taxes. They were sentenced to 12 and 7 years in prison, respectively.

Both of the USA Network stars have to serve sixteen months of probation as part of their sentences.

The reality show “Chrisley Knows Best” was picked up for a tenth season exactly one month before the two hosts were found guilty of their crimes in the summer.

In May, it was announced that the spinoff of “Growing Up Chrisley” would move from USA to E! after three seasons. This news was well-received by most people.

Even though it was said at the time that Todd would also host the upcoming dating show “Love Limo,” E! has decided to cancel that project as well.

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A source has reached out to both the show and the real estate broker’s representatives to get their thoughts on the matter.

In 2019, both Todd and his wife were charged with using fake documents to get more than $30 million in loans from banks. The charges are based on the idea that they were part of the scheme. Also, it was said that Julie had lied to get a rental property. In February, a new charge was brought against the defendant.

The trial didn’t start in Atlanta until two more months had passed. Even though they both said they were innocent, the court found them both guilty in June.

Todd was found guilty by a jury of taking part in a plan to steal money from a bank, from the US government, and from the IRS. Julie was found guilty of the same federal crimes as her husband. She was also found guilty of obstructing the administration of justice and wire fraud.

The businessman asked for “prayer” in a later episode of the podcast called “Chrisley Confessions.”

We still hold steadfast in our faith, and we trust that God will do what he does best because God’s a miracle worker,

he said.

We’re alive and kicking, and we appreciate all the support we have received.

After the verdict was announced, Julie criticized the “people who didn’t reach out.”

This is a telling time for us as a family,

she explained, noting that

an overflowing of love and support … far outweigh[ed] any negativity.

The reality stars were supposed to get their sentences on October 6, but that date was changed to September.

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On Monday, the couple’s daughter, Savannah Chrisley, seemed to react to the news that her parents had been sentenced by posting an insightful story to their Instagram account.

Noah didn’t stop building the ark to explain himself to everyone who doubted and hated on him,

the 25-year-old’s social media upload read.

Keep building your ark. The rain will do the talking.

Lindsie Chrisley, Todd’s daughter from a previous marriage, thanked her close friends for the “hugs and champagne” they sent her when she was going through a “tough time.”