TRAILER PARK: "WELCOME TO MYRTLE MANOR" IS BACK ON THE MAP WITH SEASON THREE ON TLC
--Season Three Premieres February 26 and Rocks a New Theme Song by
Up-and-Coming Artist Jelly Roll--
(Los Angeles, Ca.) America's favorite trailer park is back... and this season, there's a baby on board! TRAILER PARK: WELCOME TO MYRTLE MANOR returns with ten all-new episodes on Thursday, February 26 at 10PM ET/PT filled with plenty of juicy gossip, steamy romance, and more drama than any one park can handle.
Season three welcomes back Myrtle Manor veteran residents - Jared and Chelsey, Miss Becky and Miss Peggy, Anne and Marvin, Gina and Roy, Bandit, Amanda, Brittany, Kimberly and Brock - along with some fresh new faces. Jared and Chelsey bring home their beautiful baby Bellamy, Amanda ruffles feathers with a new boyfriend, and a blast from the past returns to the park to stir things up. And while some faces may change at Myrtle Manor, the drama remains - from parenting struggles and relationship issues, to backyard brawls and park rivalry, there's never a dull moment inside the Manor.
In all-new episodes of TRAILER PARK: WELCOME TO MYRTLE MANOR, Jared and Chelsey need to lean on their trailer park family as they navigate the choppy waters of rearing a child. Across the way, Amanda gives love another chance with a new man, but her neighbors are skeptical of his intentions. Myrtle Manor's arch nemesis Roxy has found an unlikely ally in Bandit, and wastes no time in making a power play. Hunky handyman Brock is still playing the field, and creates a tumultuous love triangle that includes a special visitor from season's past. Anne and Marvin appear to still be madly in love, but the future of their complicated relationship is completely unknown. And over at Tangulls, Roy and Gina don't see eye to eye when a feud threatens the future of Myrtle Manor's favorite salon.
And to top off all the excitement, the premiere episode introduces Rock this Trailer Park - a new theme song by up-and-coming artist Jelly Roll - that's a perfect match for the quirky Myrtle Manor residents and their crazy antics. Jelly Roll's backstory includes a life growing up in a trailer park community. He's originally from Antioch, TN, and the stars have aligned for Jelly to co-write the ultimate trailer park anthem with his new-found partner in rock and roll crime, Jared Gutstadt, Jingle Punks CEO. Visit tlc.com/myrtle-manor to check out a sneak peek of the video before its on air debut on February 26. Rock this Trailer Park is available for download on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/rock-this-trailer-park-from/id961842729
TRAILER PARK: WELCOME TO MYRTLE MANOR is produced by The Weinstein Company and Jupiter Entertainment for TLC.
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