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‘Wahlburgers’ season premiere: Mark Wahlberg, Donnie Wahlberg serve up more fun

Mark Wahlberg, Donnie Wahlberg return to reality TV
Mark Wahlberg, Donnie Wahlberg return to reality TV
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The return of “Wahlburgers” on A&E is perfect for anyone who admires Mark Wahlberg, Donnie Wahlberg and the American hamburger. The unscripted series set in a Boston hamburger joint co-owned by celebrity siblings offers up a dose of family while sharing how a couple of Hollywood stars can cause some fun loving ruckus in the Boston area. According to the Los Angeles Times on Tuesday, second season premiere features New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski.

This reality show isn't your typical reality show and that’s why fans recognize it as must see TV. The program could be described as a guilty pleasure. Offering up situations that are part of everyday life, people love to watch Alma Wahlberg’s sons as they seem to find ways to make a typical circumstance absolutely hilarious. Adding that the series is primarily shot around the restaurant in Boston, people find themselves feeling a little hungry as the food looks so very yummy.

In the new season the fans will be taken around the world. Mark and Donnie juggle their roles at the restaurant while working abroad. Mark heads to China to promote a film and the fans will be tagging along. Donnie is on tour in London with his band New Kids On The Block when his fiancee Jenny McCarthy arranges for a surprise visitor to help stave off his homesickness. Back in Boston, Paul gets in over his head when he decides to join a fantasy football league, so he seeks help from family friend Rob Gronkowski. Brandon finds himself caught in a prank war with Kari, while Alma has a new love in her life and let’s just say it is surprising to learn it is her new smartphone.

“Wahlburgers” is nominated for a 2014 Emmy Award in the Outstanding Unstructured Reality Program category. Not only do fans hope they snag the Emmy award, everyone is delighted to see the show return to A&E.