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Sixth season of Total Bellas to kick off on November 12 on E!

The newest season of Total Bellas on E! will kick off on Thursday, November 12 at 9PM ET.

This season, Nikki and Brie prepare for some major milestones including the expansion of their families with the births of their baby boys, and the release of their memoir Incomparable where Nikki reveals a deep secret she held from her family for more than 20 years. As Brie gives Nikki some childbirth and motherhood life hacks, it brings some of Brie’s emotions to the forefront from her previous pregnancy.

Brie attempts to bring Nikki and their brother JJ back together after they hit a rough patch in their relationship. In a devastating turn of events, the family finds out their mom Kathy will need to have an emergency brain surgery. Despite everything, The Bellas still find time to celebrate with their family babymoon trip, baby showers and an impromptu decision leaves the twins wondering if Phoenix is their forever home.

Last season, Total Bellas delivered more than 1 million total viewers, 672,000 P18-49 and 499,000 W18-49, up 12%, 9% and 16%, respectively, from the prior season. This marks the highest-rated season among all key demos in two years. The season five finale garnered more than 1.3 million total viewers and 764,000 P18-49, which made it the most-watched episode of the series-to-date and highest-rated episode of the series among P18-49 in two years.

Driven by triple digit growth on digital/streaming and Set Top Box VOD, total audience for Total Bellas across all platforms is outperforming growth seen on linear alone, up 22 percent among P18-49 vs. the prior season. Socially, Total Bellas ranked as the #1 most social cable reality series throughout the season for premiere episodes, with 518K total interactions across Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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