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'Myrtle Manor' returns to TLC on February 26

Amanda by the Myrtle Manor sign. Source: Discovery Amanda by the Myrtle Manor sign. Source: Discovery

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – Myrtle Manor is back! The third season of TLC's reality show set in a Myrtle Beach trailer park premieres on Thursday, February 26 at 10 p.m.

Ten new episodes of Trailer Park: Welcome to Myrtle Manor are set to debut on TLC starting on February 26. The show follows the lives of the colorful residents of Patrick's Mobile Home Park, or Myrtle Manor Trailer Park, located on Highway 15 in Myrtle Beach. Season 3 filmed in August 2014.

“Season three welcomes back Myrtle Manor veteran residents—Jared and Chelsey, Miss Becky and Miss Peggy, Anne and Marvin, Gina and Roy, Bandit, Amanda, Brittany, Kimberly and Brock—along with some fresh new faces,” TLC representatives stated in a news release. “Jared and Chelsey bring home their beautiful baby Bellamy, Amanda ruffles feathers with a new boyfriend, and a blast from the past returns to the park to stir things up. And while some faces may change at Myrtle Manor, the drama remains—from parenting struggles and relationship issues, to backyard brawls and park rivalry, there's never a dull moment inside the Manor.”

The new season will introduce a new theme song: “Rock This Trailer Park” by Jelly Roll, an artist originally from Antioch, Tennessee. Watch a sneak peak of this new song here

Myrtle Manor first aired on March 3, 2013, and more than 1 million people tuned in to watch the premiere of the second season last year.

For more on the upcoming season, and all things Myrtle Manor, visit the website here:

http://www.tlc.com/tv-shows/welcome-to-myrtle-manor/ 

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