'Breaking Amish' to return for second season of culture shock and controversy
It's back -- or it will be soon! TLC's controversial docuseries, "Breaking Amish," is set to return for a second season in May.
On Monday, the network announced that Abe, Rebecca, Kate, Sabrina and Jeremiah are all onboard for the new season, which will follow the group as they attempt to make a new life for themselves in Florida.
The announcement promised "more love triangles, dramatic moments between the roommates, a number of surprise visits, financial woes, and major career decisions," but for many viewers, those moments won't be the only reason to tune in.
After all, there's just as much appeal is trying to figure out if the on-screen action is the real deal.
Shortly after the freshman season of the show launched in 2012, rumors began to circulate about the Amish and Mennonite stars and whether or not they were they really leaving their old lifestyles behind for the first time. While some of those rumors were cleared up or confirmed last season, including those about a previous marriage and a secret baby for one cast member, other mysteries about the group remain.
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