It's such a great series, so let's rank every season of Chrisley Knows Best from best to worst. In case you're not familiar with the show, Chrisley Knows Best is a reality show on USA Network that follows self-made millionaire Todd Chrisley. After making his fortune in real estate, Chrisley attempts to use his business strategies at home to help navigate his family, which includes five children.
If you've been watching Chrisley Knows Best from the beginning, then be sure and vote on which season was your favorite. If you're just getting into the show, then here you'll get a brief overview of every season of Chrisley Knows Best to help you decide which ones to check out first.
Season 1 first premiered on March 11, 2014 and consists of 8 episodes. The first season of the reality series introduces Todd Chrisley and his family, which includes 5 children. After making millions in real estate, Chrisley sets his sites on opening a department store, while trying to use business strategies to run his family.
Popular episodes from this season include "Patriarch of Perfection," "Not So Sweet Sixteen," and "Hey Chloe, It's Your Birthday."
Season 3 first premiered on June 2, 2015 and consists of 19 episodes. This season, Todd's family prepares for his kids Chase and Savannah to graduate high school.
Popular episodes from this season include "My Chrisley Valentine," "The Graduates," and "Dollars and Sense."
Season 2 first premiered on October 14, 2014 and consists of 12 episodes. This season, Todd blames the family for his high blood pressure, while insisting his children get jobs to learn the value of money.
Popular episodes from this season include "Marriage Redux," "The Great Outdoors," and "Rules For Dating My Teenage Daughter."
Season 4 first premiered on March 8, 2016 and consists of 26 episodes. This season, Todd continues to play king of the family as they gather together to attend everything from vacations to charity events to a beauty pageant.
Popular episodes from this season include "Chase In Charge," "Todd's Not Dead," and "You Can't Handle the Truce."