Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Manzo’d With Children Is Officially Ending After Three Seasons!

It's official! Manzo’d With Children is ending after three seasons. Caroline Manzo took to social media to confirm the news on Tuesday, February 28 via Instagram. The former Real Housewives of New Jersey star shared a photo of her newborn granddaughter, Marchesa, who appeared to be holding up three tiny fingers.

“After three Seasons of Manzo’d we out – Markie drops 🎤- we are forever grateful to our viewers, we love you all! ❤ #threefingersup #manzod #manzodwithmorechildren,” she wrote.

Caroline Manzo's younger son Chris Manzo also tweeted about the show’s cancellation on Tuesday, writing, “Huge thank you to all who’ve watched over the years, and of course Bravo for giving us a platform that changes our lives. We out.” He added in a second tweet, “I meant to say changed in my last tweet and it was my only semi-serious one ever. What an idiot.”



Then he took to his Instagram page to show a tribute to everyone who has worked on the RHONJ spin-off show, thanking the crew, producers etc. "My last post about it- but my only regret with posting is I couldn't include everyone who's ever worked on Manzo'd- we had more fun doing that show than anyone could imagine- and I cherish the friendships that I've made. Thank you all for watching, and for the last time ever- we hope you enjoyed it half as much as we enjoyed making it, because we had a ball."


Caroline Manzo's older son Albie took to Instagram to thank everyone who has stood by his family, and supported their various endeavours and of course the fans as he reflected back during their time on RHONJ to  Manzod!

"I remember the first time someone asked us what it's like to have "fans" and be "reality stars", we never bought into that. We came up with a number of terms we use in our family, we're not stars we are "talentless individuals", we are a group of regular people that got lucky and ended up on TV. We don't have fans we have "people that watch the show". While I think we nailed the first term the second one we missed big time. Over the last 8 seasons you guys have absolutely become a part of our family. Every success & failure, wedding & breakup, laugh, cry and occasional fight, we have shared together. I went to see Jersey Boys not long ago, there was a part that said something to the effect of "we weren't the Beatles, our music was for the blue collar crowd, regular good hardworking people." I always related to that for some reason. We were never the family on all the magazine covers or trending on twitter, but we had an amazing connection to a group of really good people that I am so grateful to have experienced. It's been a wild ride but the time has come to move on and I am so excited to see where life goes from here (Markie is amazing by the way). Thank you all so much for being a part of our family for nearly the last decade, it means more than you know. I'm gonna miss you guys. Good Afternoon, Good Evening & Goodnight. #Manzod"

I remember the first time someone asked us what it's like to have "fans" and be "reality stars", we never bought into that. We came up with a number of terms we use in our family, we're not stars we are "talentless individuals", we are a group of regular people that got lucky and ended up on TV. We don't have fans we have "people that watch the show". While I think we nailed the first term the second one we missed big time. Over the last 8 seasons you guys have absolutely become a part of our family. Every success & failure, wedding & breakup, laugh, cry and occasional fight, we have shared together. I went to see Jersey Boys not long ago, there was a part that said something to the effect of "we weren't the Beatles, our music was for the blue collar crowd, regular good hardworking people." I always related to that for some reason. We were never the family on all the magazine covers or trending on twitter, but we had an amazing connection to a group of really good people that I am so grateful to have experienced. It's been a wild ride but the time has come to move on and I am so excited to see where life goes from here (Markie is amazing by the way). Thank you all so much for being a part of our family for nearly the last decade, it means more than you know. I'm gonna miss you guys. Good Afternoon, Good Evening & Goodnight. #Manzod
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Back in 2013, Caroline quit RHONJ and first started filming her own Bravo spinoff. The show followed the Let Me Tell You Something author and her husband, Albert Manzo, as they managed the family catering business, The Brownstone, and their children, Albie, Lauren and Christopher, as they pursued their own endeavors.

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