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Total Divas (season 4)

Season of American television series Total Divas

Season of television series

Total Divas was an American reality television series that premiered on July 28, 2013, on E!.[1][2] The series gave viewers an inside look of the lives of WWE Divas from their work within WWE to their personal lives. Behind the scene footage of the Divas is also included.[3][4][5][6] Season 3 ended on March 8, 2015 (2015-03-08) with 1.21 million viewers.[7]

Production[edit]

The series gives viewers an inside look of the lives of WWE Divas from their work within WWE to their personal lives. Behind the scene footage of the Divas is also included.[4][8][9][10] On February 24, 2015, Paige announced Total Divas was renewed for a fourth season, with filming commencing at the end of the month.[11] It was then announced at the end of the season three finale, that the fourth season would premiere on July 7, 2015, moving from Sunday to Tuesday nights.[12] Unlike other WWE programs, most of the performers use their real names instead of their ring names, leading to Cameron, Naomi, Natalya, Jimmy Uso, and Tyson Kidd being referred to as Ariane, Trinity, Nattie, Jon, and TJ respectively.

On April 1, 2015, E! announced the show had been renewed for a fourth season via a press release. In the press release, it was confirmed that Naomi would return as a series regular with Cameron and Rosa Mendes being removed from the main cast. All of the other divas would return as series regulars.[13] On September 5, 2015, an online article states that there could be a strong possibility Total Divas will be renewed for a fifth season. It reads that season four will "wrap up this fall" and the new season "won't air till 2016 some time".[14] On September 9, 2015, Naomi revealed on Twitter that she had been taken off the main cast after the mid-season finale, which aired on September 29.[15] Season four may be extended following the mid-season hiatus instead of jumping to season five.[15] There has been speculation that WWE Tough Enough runner-up Amanda Saccomanno may join the cast after the mid-season hiatus.[15] It was later confirmed that Amanda will be joining the cast for season 5.[16] After the September 22 episode of Total Divas aired, it was announced that next weeks episode would serve as the season finale, rather than a mid-season finale, so the show will jump to a fifth season following the conclusion of season four.[17]

Cast[edit]

Alicia Fox; who joined the cast of Total Divas in the second-half of season 3.

Paige; who joined the cast of Total Divas in the second-half of season 3.

The Bella Twins: Nikki (left) and Brie (right) at WrestleMania 31.

Main cast[edit]

Recurring cast[edit]

Guest stars[edit]

  • JoJo(Joseann Offerman)
  • Jim Neidhart(Nattie's father)
  • Lilian Garcia(WWE Ring Announcer)
  • Jenni Neidhart (Nattie's sister)
  • Vincent Isayan (Cameron's boyfriend)

Episodes[edit]

Ratings[edit]

No. Title Original Air date Viewership (millions)
(Live+SD)
Rating/share
(18–49)
(Live+SD)
Rank per week
on Cable
1 "Diva Divide" July 7, 2015 (2015-07-07)0.97[18]0.5[18]#12[31]
2 "She Said, She Said" July 14, 2015 (2015-07-14)1.03[19]0.4[19]#13[32]
3 "Eat Your Heart Out" July 21, 2015 (2015-07-21)0.99[20]0.4[20]#13[33]
4 "Divas on Overdrive" July 28, 2015 (2015-07-28)1.08[21]0.4[21]#19[21]
5 "Tea Mode" August 4, 2015 (2015-08-04)1.01[22]0.5[22]#10[22]
6 "Good Diva, Bad Diva" August 11, 2015 (2015-08-11)1.17[23]0.5[23]#10[34]
7 "No Holds Barre" August 18, 2015 (2015-08-18)1.03[24]0.5[24]#10[35]
8 "It's a Beautiful Life?" August 25, 2015 (2015-08-25)0.92[25]0.4[25]#17[36]
9 "Clash of the Divas" September 1, 2015 (2015-09-01)1.02[26]0.5[26]#8[37]
10 "Gone With the Wine" September 8, 2015 (2015-09-08)1.14[27]0.5[27]#10[38]
11 "An Unwanted Proposal" September 15, 2015 (2015-09-15)0.80[28]0.4[28]#16[39]
12 "Some Like It Hot" September 22, 2015 (2015-09-22)0.79[29]0.4[29]#10[40]
13 "Return of the Ex" September 29, 2015 (2015-09-29)1.15[30]0.5[41]#5[41]

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External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Total_Divas_(season_4)

Every Season Of Total Divas, Ranked From Worst To Best

Considering how it's widely known as being something of a soap opera on its own, it makes complete sense that WWE entered into the reality television world a few times. After struggling with shows like Tough Enough, WWE debuted Total Divas in 2013 on the E! Network and found a hit.

RELATED: 10 Most Hilarious Moments On Total Divas

Using many of the tropes and style choices that other popular reality shows on the network utilize, Total Divas worked wonders. Giving a deeper behind-the-scenes look at the lives of some of WWE's top female talents made it work for wrestling fans, while also introducing other audiences to the industry. The cast changes often, making for a mixed bag when looking at the quality of each season.

9 Season 8 (2018; 10 Episodes)

Alexa Bliss and Carmella, who had only joined the show the prior season, departed for season 8 along with Maryse (who went on to get a spin-off). Meanwhile, Paige rejoined the cast as the show was able to chronicle her return to the ring following a career-threatening injury. In fact, "This Is My House" is one of Total Divas' best episodes as it dealt with her retirement speech.

Alas, the show struggled when it tried to focus on less important storylines. For example, audiences were over Lana's attempts to get attention (with this season seeing her stage some explicit photos on the beach with her husband) as well as the arguments she constantly got into with the likes of Paige and Natalya.

8 Season 5 (2016; 14 Episodes)

There weren't as many changes to the cast by this point (other than season 3) but season 5 marked the loss of Naomi, who was on and off with the show for the most part. It also saw Mandy Rose debut, which was particularly controversial since she hadn't even made truly appeared on regular WWE television, so most fans barely knew who she was.

She formed a bond with Eva Marie but their stories were typically separate from everyone else. Meanwhile, Rosa Mendes's pregnancy was highlighted and led to an intense scene where Paige opened up about not being able to have children herself. The best part of the season was certainly the group trip to Paris.

7 Season 7 (2017-2018; 12 Episodes)

As noted, Alexa Bliss and Carmella were added to the cast for season 7, along with Nia Jax. Alexa and Nia were able to bring stories regarding their struggles with body image (Nia is the rare plus-size woman to succeed in WWE, while Bliss has been open about overcoming an eating disorder). Unfortunately, Carmella was really barely around.

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The original cast members shined, especially in the premiere, "This Is Make Or Break," which saw Nikki Bella have a storyline get turned down by WWE and Brie deal with Daniel Bryan's return to the road. Though people like Naomi got some good moments, a lot of the season felt disjointed and like some of the girls barely interacted with each other.

6 Season 9 (2019; 10 Episodes)

The most recent season of Total Divas aired in 2019 and marked the arrival of a massive celebrity. Former MMA star Ronda Rousey was added to the cast during her year with WWE, while Carmella rejoined the antics. Though Rousey was the big name get, Sonya Deville was the better addition as she brought storylines surrounding the LGBTQ+ community.

Deville is WWE's first openly gay female star and her appearance on the show included her romantic life and taking part in a pride parade. Rousey's storylines didn't quite garner the same interest and the loss of the Bella Twins hurt the other side of the show as they were typically the focal point in the past.

5 Season 4 (2015; 13 Episodes)

At times, it felt like season 4 of Total Divas tried too hard with the drama. A storyline where Dolph Ziggler attempted to get back with his ex-girlfriend Nikki Bella was met with eye rolls from some fans who felt it seemed like it was too much of a sitcom trope. On the flip side, the potential romance between Big E and Natalya's sister Jenni was a blast.

Season 4 lost Rosa Mendes and Cameron as cast members, while Naomi rejoined the group. There were some legitimate highlights, including hilarious cameos from the likes of Heath Slater and Titus O'Neil. The Bella Twins, being the stars they are, were usually at the forefront of good storylines, including season 4's cliffhanger on whether Brie would re-sign with WWE or not.

4 Season 3 (2014-2015; 20 Episodes)

The longest season was season 3, which also saw the first major changes to the cast. Gone were Naomi and Summer Rae to be replaced by Paige, Alicia Fox, and Rosa Mendes. Paige was a huge get as she was new to the roster but had already garnered a lot of buzz, which remained the case as evidenced by 2019's Fighting With My Family.

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Paige was also the source of the season's best moments. At one point, she tricked Natalya into thinking that she ate a pot brownie and in another episode, she went out drinking with Brie Bella, which unleashed "Brie Mode" on everyone. Throw in some unexpected marital problems for Natalya and TJ and this was a season ripe with entertainment.

3 Season 6 (2016-2017; 16 Episodes)

Season 6 saw big changes again as Alicia Fox, Rosa Mendes, and Mandy Rose were replaced by Lana, Maryse, Renee Young, and the returning Naomi. This instantly boosted the show as not only were the new ladies interesting but so were their significant others. The likes of Rusev, The Miz, and Dean Ambrose brought on some of the series' best moments.

Fans got to see another wedding (Lana and Rusev), watch Ambrose chase a thief down the street, and see how relationships were impacted by the WWE roster being split up during the draft. Plus, the Bella Twins had what might've been their biggest argument and Brie found out she was pregnant in a sweet moment.

2 Season 2 (2014; 11 Episodes)

The success of season 1 meant little was going to change in season 2. The one difference was Summer Rae joining the cast but she did not make friends. She immediately got into it with Brie Bella but her biggest rival was easily Natalya, who showed jealousy at some of the opportunities Summer got.

This led to what is likely the most iconic Total Divas moment, as Summer tried to talk things out with Nattie on her porch. It ultimately ended with Summer slapping Nattie at her own house. Marriage talk was also everywhere, with John Cena learning about Nikki Bella's past marriage, Eva Marie and Jonathan told their families about eloping, and Bryan and Brie had their wedding.

1 Season 1 (2013; 14 Episodes)

Sometimes, a show is at its best when it begins and that's the case for Total Divas. Season 1 remains the high point as this truly felt like the audience was watching a group of friends. Nothing was disjointed as all of the cast members got along (other than a few dramatic arguments) and actually spent time together.

Everyone served a purpose from the Bellas being the stars to Natalya showing the veteran side of things, to the rise of Naomi and Cameron, to Jojo and Eva as the new girls. There were ridiculous moments like Eva lying about being able to dance to John Cena making Nikki Bella sign a legal document to move in with him. Speaking of Cena, wrestling fans rejoiced at getting a deeper look into his and Daniel Bryan's lives with the Bellas.

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Total Divas (season 5)

Season of American television series Total Divas

Season of television series

Total Divas was an American reality television series that premiered on July 28, 2013, on E!.[1][2] The series gave viewers an inside look of the lives of WWE Divas from their work within WWE to their personal lives. Behind the scene footage of the Divas is also included.[3][4][5][6] Season 4 ended on September 29, 2015 (2015-09-29) with 1.15 million viewers.[7] Season 4 also drew a cable ranking of No. 5.[8]

Production[edit]

On September 5, 2015, an online article states that there could be a strong possibility Total Divas will be renewed for a fifth season. It reads that season four will "wrap up this fall" and the new season "won't air till 2016 some time".[9] On September 9, 2015, Naomi revealed on Twitter that she had been taken off the main cast after the mid-season finale, which is expected to air on September 29.[10] Season four may be extended following the mid-season hiatus instead of jumping to season five.[10] There has been speculation that WWE Tough Enough runner-up Amanda Saccomanno may join the cast after the mid-season hiatus.[10] It was later confirmed that Amanda will be joining the cast.[11] After the September 22 episode of Total Divas aired, it was announced that the following weeks episode would serve as the season finale, rather than a mid-season finale.[12]

Season 5 was announced on October 6, 2015, which started airing in January 2016 with a majority of last season's cast returning. Naomi was officially removed from the main cast with Mandy taking her place and Rosa Mendes returning as a series regular.[13][14][15]

Cast[edit]

Rosa Mendes; who rejoined the main cast in season 5.

Mandy Rose; who joined the cast of Total Divas in season 5.

Nattie in March 2015.

Main cast[edit]

Recurring cast[edit]

Guest stars[edit]

  • JoJo(Joseann Offerman)
  • Naomi(Trinity Fatu)
  • Jimmy Uso(Naomi's husband)
  • Jonathan Coyle (Eva Marie's husband)
  • Dean Ambrose(Jonathan "Jon" Good)
  • Emma(Tenille Dashwood)
  • Lilian Garcia(WWE Ring Announcer)
  • J.J. Garcia (Brie & Nikki's brother)
  • Jenni Neidhart (Nattie's sister)

Episodes[edit]

Ratings[edit]

No. Title Original Air date Viewership (millions)
(Live+SD)
Rating/share
(18–49)
(Live+SD)
Rank per week
on Cable
1 "Love Triangle" January 19, 2016 (2016-01-19)1.12[16]0.53/4[16]#9[16]
2 "A SummerSlam Engagement" January 26, 2016 (2016-01-26)0.94[17]0.42/4.5[17]#18[30]
3 "The Truth About Cats and DivasFebruary 2, 2016 (2016-02-02)0.84[18]0.40/4.76[31]#18[18]
4 "Talk of The Town" February 9, 2016 (2016-02-09)0.81[19]0.40/4.94[32]#21[19]
5 "Come Reign or Shine" February 16, 2016 (2016-02-16)0.80[20]0.40/4.95[33]#21[20]
6 "End of a Friendship?" February 23, 2016 (2016-02-23)0.77[21]0.40/5.15[34]#21[21]
7 "Hart of the Matter" March 1, 2016 (2016-03-01)0.59[22]0.30/5.08[35]#39[22]
8 "Peace of Cake" March 8, 2016 (2016-03-08)0.58[23]N/A#50[23]
9 "Rocky Road to Recovery" March 15, 2016 (2016-03-15)0.65[24]0.30/4.62[36]#40[24]
10 "No Retreat" March 22, 2016 (2016-03-22)0.66[25]0.30/4.52[37]#33[25]
11 "Clothes Quarters" March 29, 2016 (2016-03-29)0.56[26]N/A#34[26]
12 "Baby Talk" April 5, 2016 (2016-04-05)0.64[27]0.30/4.62[38]#28[27]
13 "C'est La Divas (Part 1)" April 12, 2016 (2016-04-12)0.63[28]0.18/2.9[28]#28[28]
14 "C'est La Divas (Part 2)" April 19, 2016 (2016-04-19)0.62[29]0.30/4.8[39]#31[29]

References[edit]

Notes[edit]

Citations[edit]

  1. ^Kondolojy, Amanda (April 22, 2013). "E! Unveils Dynamic Slate of Original Programming Including New Series 'The Wanted Life', 'The Trend', 'Holly Has a Baby' & More". TV by the Numbers. Tribune Digital Ventures. Archived from the original on June 22, 2013. Retrieved October 6, 2015.
  2. ^Kristin Dos Santos; Alexis L. Loinaz (April 22, 2013). "WWE Divas, Nick Cannon, Jack Osbourne, Ashley Tisdale, Josh Schwartz and More Bring New Series to E!". E!. NBCUniversal Cable. Retrieved October 7, 2015.
  3. ^Kondolojy, Amanda (April 22, 2013). "E! Announces New Series Revealing the Real Women Behind the WWE Divas". TV by the Numbers. Tribune Digital Ventures. Archived from the original on April 26, 2013. Retrieved July 6, 2013.
  4. ^Strauss, Gerry (June 27, 2013). "Total Divas on E! features sexy women of WWE". Channel Guide. Retrieved July 6, 2013.
  5. ^Neuenschwander, Andy (June 28, 2013). "WWE Superstars Nikki Bella and Tyson Kidd Married, Daniel Bryan and Others in Attendance—Get the Exclusive Wedding Details!". E!. NBCUniversal Cable. Retrieved October 7, 2015.
  6. ^"New 'Total Divas' cast members revealed!". WWE.com. WWE. Retrieved October 7, 2015.
  7. ^Erin (September 30, 2015). "'Total Divas' Ratings: 1.158 Million Viewers for "Return of the Ex"". Diva Dirt. Retrieved October 6, 2015.
  8. ^Metcalf, Mitch (September 30, 2015). "SHOWBUZZDAILY's Top 100 Tuesday Cable Originals (& Network Update): 9.29.2015". SHOWBUZZDAILY. Archived from the original on September 30, 2015. Retrieved October 6, 2015.
  9. ^"WWE Acknowledges Engagement, Update On Status Of WWE Total Divas, Daniel Bryan Going Overseas". wrestlinginc.com. September 5, 2015. Retrieved October 6, 2015.
  10. ^ abcErin (September 9, 2015). "Naomi Dropped from 'Total Divas' Cast". diva-dirt.com. Retrieved October 6, 2015.
  11. ^Pritchard, Bill (September 9, 2015). "New Total Divas Cast Member Confirmed". wrestlezone.com. Retrieved October 6, 2015.
  12. ^Fishman, Scott (September 22, 2015). "Total Divas Season 4 Episode 12: Some Like It Hot". Retrieved October 6, 2015.
  13. ^Cantor, Brian (October 6, 2015). "E!'S "TOTAL DIVAS" HAS BEEN RENEWED FOR SEASON 5; TOUGH ENOUGH'S MANDY JOINING THE CAST". Headline Planet. Retrieved October 6, 2015.
  14. ^WWE Staff (October 7, 2015). "'Total Divas' Season 5 to premiere in early 2016". WWE.com. WWE. Retrieved October 21, 2015.
  15. ^Malec, Brett (November 15, 2015). "NEWS Total Divas Season 5 First Look! A New Diva, Nikki Bella Relationship Drama and More: Watch Now". E! Online. E!. Retrieved December 4, 2015.
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External links[edit]

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Total Divas
Total Divas 2014 logo.png
Genre Reality
Currently
Starring

Brie Bella
Nikki Bella
Natalya
Naomi
Paige
Ana Sanchez
Renee Young
Maryse
Lana

Formerly
Starring
Cameron
JoJo
Summer Rae
Rosa Mendes
Alicia Fox
Eva Marie
Mandy
Opening theme "Top of the World" by CFO$
Country of origin United States
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons 6
No. of episodes 86
Production
Executiveproducer(s)Gil Goldshein
Jeff Jenkins
Jon Murray
Russell Jay
Camera setup Multiple
Running time 39–44 minutes
Productioncompany(s)Bunim/Murray Productions
WWE
Release
Original channel E!
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Original release July 28, 2013 – present

Total Divas is an American reality television series that premiered on July 28, 2013, on E!. The series gives viewers an inside look of the lives of WWE Divas from their work within WWE to their personal lives. Behind the scene footage of the Divas is also included.

Production

Total Divas was revealed in May 2013 as a part of a partnership with E!. It was announced on August 14, 2013, that E! had ordered an additional six episodes to the already eight episode first season, bringing the total episode number up to 14 episodes. The mid-season finale aired on September 15, 2013, with the season continuing on November 10, 2013. WWE commentator Josh Mathews revealed on November 20, 2013, that Total Divas had been renewed for a second season. The second season premiered on March 16, 2014, with Summer Rae joining the cast, replacing JoJo Offerman as she decided to focus more on wrestling.

Unlike other WWE programs, most of the performers use their real names instead of their ring names, leading to Cameron, Naomi, Natalya and Jimmy Uso being referred to as Ariane, Trinity, Nattie and, Jon respectively. During the first season, Daniel Bryan was similarly credited as Bryan Danielson. Beginning with the second season, performers are credited with both their ring name and real name on lower third graphics where applicable (exceptions include Daniel Bryan now being credited with his ring name even though he is still usually addressed as "Bryan", and Natalya still being credited as just "Nattie"). Summer Rae, Paige and Alicia Fox along with other performers mentioned or rarely appearing (such as Brodus Clay, Fandango, and Titus O'Neil) are referred to solely by their ring names.

On May 19, 2014, E! announced that the third season of Total Divas would premiere on September 7, 2014, with Rosa Mendes joining the cast. On February 24, 2015 Paige announced Total Divas was renewed for a fourth season, with filming commencing at the end of the month. It was then announced at the end of season three, that the fourth season would premiere on July 7, 2015, moving from Sunday to Tuesday nights. On April 1, 2015, E! announced the show had been renewed for a fourth season via a press release. In the press release, it was confirmed that Naomi would return as a series regular with Cameron and Rosa Mendes being removed from the main cast. All of the other divas would return as series regulars.

On September 5, 2015, an online article states that there could be a strong possibility Total Divas will be renewed for a fifth season. It reads that season four will "wrap up this fall" and the new season "won't air till 2016 some time". On September 9, 2015, Naomi revealed on Twitter that she had been taken off the main cast after the mid-season finale, which is expected to air on September 29. Season four may be extended following the mid-season hiatus instead of jumping to season five. There has been speculation that WWE Tough Enough runner-up Amanda Saccomanno may join the cast after the mid-season hiatus. It was later confirmed that Amanda will be joining the cast. After the September 22 episode of Total Divas aired, it was announced that the following weeks episode would serve as the season finale, rather than a mid-season finale.

Season 5 was announced on October 6, 2015, which will start airing in early 2016 with majority of last season's cast returning. Naomi was officially removed from the main cast with Mandy taking her place and Rosa Mendes returning as a series regular. It was revealed days later on October 13, 2015 that Ana Sanchez, an 11-time champion would join the main cast after appearing as a recurring character through season one to four.

Season 6 was officially confirmed on April 18, 2016 by the E! Network with a fall premiere date and the majority of last season's cast returning, along with Naomi returning as a series regular and Lana, Renee Young, and Maryse joining the cast. E! Network had announced plans for a Total Bellas spin-off focusing on the Bella Twins and their family but the WWE told them not to make the programme. It was announced Eva Marie wouldn't feature in season six after her release.

Cast

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2015 cast total divas

Total Divas Season 5 Cast Photo, Storyline Arcs Revealed

THE DIVA DRAMA CONTINUES IN SEASON FIVE OF E!’S HIT SERIES “TOTAL DIVAS” PREMIERING TUESDAY, JANUARY 19 AT 9PM ET/PT

LOS ANGELES – December 17, 2015 – E!, WWE® and Bunim-Murray Productions’ “Total Divas” returns for its explosive fifth season on Tuesday, January 19 at 9pm ET/PT. The Bella Twins (Nikki and Brie Bella), Eva Marie, Paige, Natalya (Nattie), Rosa Mendes, and Alicia Fox will continue to give viewers an exclusive glimpse outside the arena and inside life in the WWE spotlight. Joining the Divas this season is the young and beautiful Mandy, the runner-up on the most recent season of WWE Tough Enough®, who brings her own flavor to the already vibrant group. Now Mandy must prove she can hold her own amongst the veteran Divas in their highly competitive world.

This season, Brie has a lot of conflict with her sister Nikki as their lives and careers go in different directions. Brie and Nikki don’t see eye-to-eye on a huge business venture, and when Nikki gets injured during her final days as the WWE Divas Champion, it leaves The Bella Twins’ career in question. Brie has to contemplate her next career and life move, while Nikki wrestles with coming clean to her boyfriend, WWE Superstar John Cena®, about the romantic advances made towards her by her ex-boyfriend, WWE Superstar Dolph Ziggler®. This love triangle puts John and Nikki’s relationship to the test.

Eva Marie continues to thrive with her in-ring training, despite the constant polarization from the other Divas. Paige confesses her true feelings about the quick engagement to her fiancé. Rosa faces the challenge of finding purpose in her professional life while pregnant with her first child. Alicia warily ventures into a new romantic relationship. Nattie continues to work through the trials and tribulations of marriage while grappling with the feeling that the younger Divas’ careers are flourishing more than hers. Mandy comes into the division wide-eyed and eager to fit in, only to find out that in order to make it as a WWE Diva, you need to be much more than just a pretty face to earn the respect of your fellow performers and fans alike.

Season five of E!’s hit “Total Divas” returns on Tuesday, January 19 at 9pm ET/PT.

“Total Divas” is produced by WWE and Bunim-Murray Productions. Gil Goldschein, Jeff Jenkins and Russell Jay are Executive Producers for Bunim-Murray Productions. Kevin Dunn is Executive Producer for WWE.

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After Total Divas – January 4, 2015

                                     

1. Produzione

Total Divas è stato presentato nel Maggio del 2013, in collaborazione con E!. It was announced on August 14, 2013, that E! had ordered an additional six episodes to the already eight episode first season, bringing the total episode number up to fourteen episodes. The mid-season finale aired on September 15, 2013, with the season continuing on November 10, 2013. WWE commentator Josh Mathews revealed on November 20, 2013, that Total Divas had been renewed for a second season. The second season premiered on March 16, 2014, with Summer Rae joining the cast, replacing JoJo Offerman as she decided to focus more on wrestling.

Unlike other WWE programs, most of the performers use their real names instead of their ring names, leading to Cameron, Naomi, Natalya, Jimmy Uso, and Tyson Kidd being referred to as Ariane, Trinity, Nattie, Jon, and TJ respectively. During the first season, Daniel Bryan was similarly credited as Bryan Danielson. Beginning with the second season, performers are credited with both their ring name and real name on lower third graphics where applicable exceptions include Daniel Bryan now being credited with his ring name even though he is still usually addressed as "Bryan", and Natalya still being credited as just "Nattie". Summer Rae, Paige, and Alicia Fox along with other performers mentioned or rarely appearing are referred to solely by their ring names.

On May 19, 2014, E! announced that the third season of Total Divas would premiere on September 7, 2014, with Rosa Mendes joining the cast. On February 24, 2015, Paige announced Total Divas was renewed for a fourth season, with filming commencing at the end of the month. It was then announced at the end of season three, that the fourth season would premiere on July 7, 2015, moving from Sunday to Tuesday nights. On April 1, 2015, E! announced the show had been renewed for a fourth season via a press release. In the press release, it was confirmed that Naomi would return as a series regular with Cameron and Rosa Mendes being removed from the main cast. All of the other Divas would return as series regulars.

On September 5, 2015, an online article stated that there could be a strong possibility Total Divas will be renewed for a fifth season. It read that season four will "wrap up this fall" and the new season "wont air till 2016 some time". After the September 22 episode of Total Divas aired, it was announced that the following weeks episode would serve as the season finale, rather than a mid-season finale. On September 9, 2015, Naomi revealed on Twitter that she had been taken off the main cast after the season four finale, which aired on September 29. WWE Tough Enough runner-up Mandy Rose joined the cast for season five.

Season 5 was announced on October 6, 2015, which started airing on January 19, 2016 with majority of last seasons cast returning. Naomi was officially removed from the main cast with Mandy taking her place and Rosa Mendes returning as a series regular.

Season 6 was officially confirmed on April 18, 2016, by the E! Network with a fall premiere date and the majority of last seasons cast returning, along with Naomi returning as a series regular and Renee Young, Lana, and Maryse replacing Rosa Mendes, Alicia Fox, and Mandy Rose. Additionally, the E! Network announced that the Bella Twins Brie and Nikki would be getting their own spinoff show also with a fall premiere date, titled Total Bellas, that will be following the lives of the twins and their family.

On July 7, TJ, Natalyas husband, confirmed via Twitter that he would not be appearing on the upcoming season of Total Divas, making him the first partner of a current cast member to not be featured on the show in a recurring capacity.

On January 28, 2017, it was announced that Nikki Bella will serve as an executive producer of the show when the series returns in April 2017.

In speculation of the seventh season of Total Divas, on May 16, 2017, it was announced that Eva Marie would not be returning as a series regular, and questions have been raised in regards to Paige remaining on the show. However, Brie, Nikki, Naomi, and Natalya will definitely return as series regulars for the upcoming season. Filming began in June 2017. On June 9, 2017, it was reported that Alexa Bliss and Nia Jax would be joining the upcoming season of Total Divas. However, the rest of the seventh-season cast is still to be announced. On June 10, 2017, Renee Young confirmed via Twitter that she will not be returning for the seventh season. In a recent interview, it was confirmed Lana would be returning to the show for the upcoming season, along with her storyline of becoming an independent superstar on the SmackDown Live brand. On June 29, 2017, it was reported that Carmella would be joining the cast and that Paige wouldnt be returning for the upcoming season. On September 20, 2017, E! revealed that the seventh season will premiere on November 1, 2017.

On January 8, 2018, WWE announced that The Miz and Maryse would be getting their own spinoff show, set to premiere in 2018 on the USA Network, titled Miz & Mrs., that will be following the personal lives of the couple.

On April 4, 2018, speculations arose about the upcoming eighth season of Total Divas, as reports stated that E! cameras had been filming a handful of WWE female superstars in New Orleans during the WrestleMania weekend. Paige, who was a part of the main cast from seasons 3 to 6, was also seen being followed by E! cameras, speculating her possible return to the series. On April 13, it was confirmed that Paige would be returning to the series for the eighth season. With these reports, the status of the remaining cast members are left unknown. On May 15, 2018, it was announced that Carmella would not be returning for the shows eighth season. On May 25, Paige and Nia Jax posted a video together using a hash tag indicating they were filming for the show, confirming Nia Jax as a cast member for the upcoming season. On May 31, it was reported that Brie and Nikki Bella were seen filming an episode of the upcoming season with cast members Lana, Natalya, and Paige, confirming their involvement with the eighth season.

On May 7, 2018, E! and WWE announced that Total Divas had been renewed for seasons 8 and 9. Season 8 is expected to air in fall 2018.

On July 26, 2018, it was announced that season 8 would premiere on September 19, 2018, and the cast for the season was confirmed to be Brie and Nikki Bella, Natalya, Naomi, Lana, Nia Jax and Paige, while Alexa Bliss and Maryse were confirmed not to be returning.

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