With Teresa locked up, Joe Giudice and daughters begin filming reality special

Even though Teresa Giudice may not be able to do any filming right now, it doesn’t mean that her family cannot.

After Teresa's release, Joe will begin his 41-month prison stint.

Us Weekly is reporting that the one-off reality show will "focus on him and his four daughters", Gia, Gabriella, Milania and Audriana, and how they’re coping without the ‘Real Housewives of New Jersey’ housewife, but could potentially develop into a limited series if the hour long special is well received. On Tuesday, U.S. Magazine shared the news that the husband of Teresa Giudice is now working on a special with Bravo that would be all about his life with his daughters while his wife is behind bars. They have their small breakdowns here and there.

"Days go by quick", he told Us. When Joe talked exclusively with Us earlier this year, he confirmed that he'd met with Bravo about the idea.

Sources told Us Weekly discussions have been ongoing for months but they’ve finally worked out a deal. If it goes over well, this could end up being something where they do more episodes in the future, but it will start out as just one show. As you may know, Teresa is presently serving a 15-month prison sentence for fraud at the Federal Correctional Institution in Danbury, Connecticut. Who's gotta go here?

As he’s stated in previous interviews, Joe has developed a new appreciation for Teresa, 44, in her absence. Well, new reports claim it is a done deal and Joe and the kids have already begun filming.

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