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Total Bellas returns with 100% less John Cena



Total Divas broadcast the last episode of its eighth season on E! Tonight (Weds., November 28).

But do not worry, fans of the Totes franchise! There will be only six weeks left without a new episode of your favorite WWE-adjace reality show. This is because all concerned have confirmed that the spin-off of Divas Total Bellas will be back for his fourth season on Sunday, January 13th!

And judging by the trailer above, we'll focus on Nikki & Brie's return to the ring and Nicole's new single life after John Cena.

Here is the official synopsis:

"The Bella Twins and Daniel Bryan are back with a new season from Total Bellas, which will debut on Sunday, Jan. 13 at 9: 8C on E!

Total Bellas' new season will follow Nikki Bella as she continues her new life as a single woman and plunges for the first time into the dating pool for the first time in almost a decade, allowing Brie to play the role of matchmaker Rendez-vous. The Superstar twins are back in the ring with renewed attention and fervor to pave the way for WWE's first WWE Evolution event. Brie and Bryan discuss the expansion of their family, but with the return to competition in the ring and the remoteness of Birdie, they must decide if the timing is right to add another baby to the composition .

Total Bellas season 4 begins as Nikki, in search of change, spontaneously decides to move to Los Angeles, but these projects are suspended when WWE asks Brie and Nikki to participate in Evolution. Nikki decides to move to San Diego where she will be able to train with Brie for the historic WWE event. Meanwhile, Brie and Bryan talk about trying the number two baby, but Brie has reservations she does not share with her husband. "

Nary mentions the face that used to run the place, the man whose castle was the setting for Season 1 of this series. Will his name be abandoned or will he simply haunt the show like a ghost we can not see?

I guess we will have to plug in next year to find out. Or, you know, and I only speak for myself here (and probably Sheamus)…do not.


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