The complex, interwoven lives of these sassy stylists features new romances, opportunities and plenty of hair-raising drama. For four seasons, “Jerseylicious” fans have followed the tan-tastic rivalry between makeup artist Olivia and hair stylist Tracy who have fought over anything and everything from guys to friends, clients and clothes. Now in season five, unusual circumstances have made them frenemies as they are involved in a highly-fueled feud with Gigi, who has shed her “good girl” image to be her own person, speaking her mind no matter who it hurts. Meanwhile, Olivia contemplates returning to Anthony Robert Salon in a new role and using his salon as home base for her new company, which makes Tracy feel threatened – especially since her focus has shifted from her career to planning her new life with fiancé Corey. But her family’s disapproval of her relationship with Corey dampens Tracy’s enthusiasm for her upcoming wedding. As Gayle adjusts to the loss of Olivia at the Gatsby, Anthony, who is finally settled in his new salon space, looks for innovative ways to expand his business, including producing a book that is a retrospective on great moments in New Jersey history as depicted through hair and makeup styles. Also, salon manager Filippo pursues his dream career as an underwear model which could jeopardize his job with Anthony. Season four of “Jerseylicious” ranked as Style’s number one show with Women 18-49, averaging 508,000 total viewers in premiere episodes.
“Jerseylicious” is produced by Endemol USA with Alex Duda and Anthony Dominici serving as Executive Producers. Sarah Weidman and Merah Chung executive produce the series for Style.