LOS ANGELES (LALATE EXCLUSIVE) – Todd Chrisley on Chrisley Knows Best tackles the struggles of raising a family in Atlanta amidst the temptations of current society. But that will all change when Todd takes the family out west. Several weeks ago, LALATE exclusively reported that the second season of Chrisley Knows Best will feature the family packing up and moving out west to a different environment. But don’t expect it to be a fish out of water situation. Todd has raised the Chrisley Knows Best family in Los Angeles off and on over the years.
Tonight Chrisley Knows Best and Todd Chrisley conquers the joys and troubles of parenting with Savannah Chrisley and Chase Chrisleys antics, this time on Father’s Day. Viewers can also play along on ChrisleyLive.com. In the season premier, Julie Chrisley takes up real estate once again. But tonight it’s Todd’s turn. “Todd’s competitive nature reveals itself on Father’s Day during a trip to an amusement park the Chrisley kids had planned”, says USA of tonight’s episode. For this month, the family remains in the South. But later in the season, and through much of season three, Chrisley Knows Best fans will watch as the family matures out west, namely in Los Angeles and Malibu.
How did Todd Chrisley make his money? As first reported exclusively in 2013, Todd Chrisley made his money and net worth flipping homes. One home however did not particularly turn a profit was in Los Angeles’ Pacific Palisades community, near the Palisades Rivera golf course. But later this season, fans will see the family even closer to the water than the Palisades as they move to Malibu. Once there, Savannah enters a pageant. And she represents, not Georgia, but the State of California. Todd brings the whole family out west including his mother. Over the summer, fans of the family watched as the Chrisley Knows Best members shared images and details from Malibu, to the Wilshire Corridor, Farmers Market, the Grove, Brentwood, and similar areas. This season, Todd serves as lead Executive Producer of the show. The first episode was so well received this month for season two that USA Networks renewed the show immediately for a third season.