- 1 Season
Baseball Wives is a reality TV show that had debuted in 2011 and ended in 2012. It was canceled after one season and has only eight episodes. The show follows baseball players wives, along with their girlfriends, and documents their daily lives and big moments in their relationships and former relationships. The show follows six women that are, or were, involved with baseball players: Anna Benson, Erika Monroe Williams, Chantal Kendall, Tanya Grace, Brooke Villone, and Jordana Lenz. Each wife, girlfriend, and ex has a different life and different stories to tell. Anna is a retired model with many opinions she proudly shares with people, Chantal has gone from wealthy to living in poverty many times in her life and has made it through each struggle with a positive attitude and continues to be devoted to her children, and Tanya is a party girl who likes to visit the golf course every chance she gets in her free time. She also happens to still hold a flame for her ex-husband. Jordana is a party girl and bartender that loves alcohol as much as she loves flirting and serving her customers. She went through a lot of drama and stress when she was her ex-boyfriend, Morgan, and now she is more than happy to be single and dating other people again without having to deal with any kind of problems in the baseball world. Each episode of Baseball Wives is a total of 42 minutes long, with 18 minutes worth of commercial breaks. It was produced by the production company Shed Media with executive producers Jeff Olde, Jennifer O'Connell, Tom Huffman, Nick Emmerson, Jill Holmes, Alex Demyanenko, and Ross Breitenbach. Baseball Wives aired from the 30th of November, 2011 until the 30th of January, 2012. The show was canceled due to low ratings, and the production company deciding to not go with another season.