Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi and her bestie Jenni "JWoww" Farley are getting another reality show.

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The former Snooki & JWoww and Jersey Shore stars will be starring in a new series called Snooki & JWOWW: Moms With Attitude on Awestruck, an AwesomenessTV network and lifestyle brand for millennial moms.

The weekly show, which premieres November 13, will chronicle the iconic best friends as they navigate the crazy world of motherhood, swapping bottle service in the club for baby bottles.

Polizzi and her husband Jionni LaValle have a three-year-old son Lorenzo and a one-year-old baby girl Giovanna Marie.

"I'm thrilled to have the opportunity to work with my best friend again and to show our lives as moms, because we're kick ass. It's so much fun being able to work both in front of the camera and behind as a producer and can't wait to show everyone what we have been up to!" Polizzi said in a statement.

Farley just announced last month on the day of her wedding she's expecting her second child with husband Roger Mathews. They already have a one-year-old daughter named Meilani Alexandra Mathews, who was born in July of last year.

"I am so excited to be back in our new series with my bestie, Nicole. Being producers of this project and working together again has been such a fun experience, and we can't wait for everyone to see our new show!" Farley added.

In addition to producing Snooki & JWOWW: Moms With Attitude, the girls have their own YouTube channels on the Awestruck multi-channel network. 

"Our audience grew up with Snooki and JWoww and now they can share in their motherhood experience," Awestruck executive Sarah Penna said in a statement. "Moms With Attitude is a great example of Awestruck's style -- unapologetically imperfect, relatable, playful, full of attitude yet never short of heart."

MTV aired four seasons of Snooki & JWoww, with its final season having wrapped in February 2015. Polizzi and Farley initially rose to fame on Jersey Shore, which premiered in December 2009 and concluded three years later.