While Wahlburgers may only have one location at the moment, A&E is about to bring the family-owned restaurant into your living room with a new reality series. Titled Wahlburgers, the series will follow brothers Mark and Donnie Wahlberg as they return home to Boston to join forces with their “most talented sibling,” Paul Wahlberg, who is the restaurant’s executive chef. Hit the jump for more, including Donnie’s announcement for the show.
Via THR, Wahlburgers premieres Jan. 22 at 10:30 p.m. on A&E. The location doubles as “a hangout for their friends and family, including the real Johnny “Drama” (Alves) and their mother,Alma, along with other members of the Wahlberg’s “original entourage,” including Henry “Nacho” Laun and Billy Leonard.” Wahlburgers plans to open a Toronto-based location early next year. Watch the announcement from Donnie below:
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