Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars Family Edition is coming back to WE tv with a brand new cast in March 2018.

WE tv has confirmed the new cast of Marriage Boot Camp, and it will feature Teen Mom OG star Amber Portwood and former The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Brandi Glanville.

The cast also includes Mob Wives star Renee Graziano and Love and Hip Hop and Vow or Never's Jim Jones.

Amber will be appearing on the show with her mother Tonya Portwood and her on-again, off-again boyfriend at the time, Matt Baier, whom she split with at the end of the show.

Brandi will be shown trying to work out her issues with her father, Guy Glanville.

Renee will be joined by her sisters Lana Graziano Zanococchino and Jennifer Graziano, and Jim will be featured alongside his girlfriend Chrissy Lampkin and mother, "Mama Jones."

In a preview clip of Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars Family Edition, Amber can be heard telling Matt, "I tried to give you a family," to which he responds: "I don't want that family."

Although Amber's romance with Matt didn't survive Marriage Boot Camp, she actually met her current boyfriend Andrew Glennon on the series.

Andrew was part of the camera crew and asked Amber out once the show wrapped. The couple is now expecting a child together, a baby boy. Amber is also mom to eight-year-old Leah from her previous relationship with ex-fiance Gary Shirley.

"The first day of filming [Marriage Boot Camp], I was in the interview room with her and that's when I think I learned the most," Andrew told MTV producers during a recent episode of Teen Mom OG, according to E! News.

"From that point on, I'd try and place myself in the house where you were to hear more because I wanted to know even more."

Matt has also moved on since taping Marriage Boot Camp. He married Jennifer Conlon in an impromptu wedding ceremony in Las Vegas in November 2017.

Reports of Amber and Matt's Marriage Boot Camp participation had circulated in Summer 2017.
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