To mark the 10th anniversary of the premiere of the popular series “,” Network is reuniting the family to talk about the highlights of their time in front of the camera. When A&E’s “ ” premiered in 2004, it dominated the pop-culture landscape. Each week, millions of viewers tuned in to see Victoria Gotti and her three sons, Carmine, John, and Frank, deal with common family problems in unique and decidedly Gotti-like ways. Now, ten years later, we’re revisiting the infamous Long Island family with some of the series’ greatest moments, a chance to hear what the Gotti’s really thought of their time on television and what they’re up to today. This one-hour special premieres on November 10th at 9pm ET/PT.
From Victoria’s terrible dates and the boys’ love of hair gel, to scream-filled family dinners and everyone’s favorite handyman Luigi, “Growing Up Gotti: 10 Years Later” will look back on all the moments you loved and even some you may have missed.
“Growing up Gotti: 10 Years Later” is produced for A&E by Left/Right. Executive producers for Left/Right are Banks Tarver, Ken Druckerman, Angie Day, Christopher Martin, Bill Stanton and Judith Regan. Brad Abramson and Rick Hankey serve as executive producers for A&E.