Thu 07 Dec 2017, 12:28
This hit series returns to show how the famous family's lives have changed over the past few years since welcoming daughter Vivianne, 3, and son Eric Jr., 1.
Get the touchdown dances ready, the Deckers are back as E! premieres an all-new season of fan favourite series Eric & Jessie.
Watch Eric & Jessie on Wednesday 13 December at 20:00 on E! Entertainment. Also available on DStv Now.
A lot has changed over the last three years for the Deckers – country singer/songwriter, Jessie, and her professional wide receiver husband, Eric, are now parents to two toddlers, daughter Vivianne and son Eric Jr., and busier than ever with bustling careers and new business ventures.
Eric & Jessie will give fans an exclusive, unfiltered look at the red-hot celebrity couple. “Eric and I are very excited to be back for a third season of our show,” said Jessie James Decker. “We are all about family, fun and sharing the love. I know our fans are going to enjoy watching this new chapter of our lives.”
This season on Eric & Jessie, Jessie is juggling her music career, hosting duties and expanding her businesses when Eric unexpectedly changes football teams and signs with the Tennessee Titans. The Deckers discuss what the future holds as they embark on this new journey and focus on laying their roots in Nashville. On the heels of her recent wedding, Jessie’s sister, Sydney, has even more exciting times ahead as she and her new husband prepare to welcome their first child together.
Eric & Jessie: Game On first premiered in September of 2013 on E! and across its first two seasons covered two major milestones for Eric and Jessie, as audiences tuned in to watch the couple get married and welcome their first child together. While things are constantly changing for the Deckers their commitment to family, fun and one another always prevails.
Eric & Jessie is produced by Shed Media with Pam Healey, Lisa Shannon, Kathryn Takis and Melissa Stokes serving as executive producers. Jessie James Decker also serves as an executive producer.