Former governor's reality show pushed back again
BATON ROUGE - A scheduling shuffle pushed back a reality TV show centered on former governor Edwin Edwards' family again, according to his wife.
Trina Scott Edwards said today on Facebook that A&E pushed "The Governor's Wife" back to this summer. It was originally scheduled to launch on Feb. 27, but had been pushed back to March 13.
Edwards said the push was due to a time shift in "Duck Dynasty," another Louisiana reality show filmed near Monroe.
"No worries...we are still in production and the show is still in full swing," Edwards said on her Facebook page.
The show will focus on how Trina is settling in with her husband's family, and their efforts at having a child.
Edwin Edwards served eight years in federal prison for a racketeering conviction. This week a judge granted the former governor's request to end his supervised release early.
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