Mama June is coming back to the small screen for a big change.
June Shannon, mother of toddler pageant star Alana (Honey Boo Boo) Thompson, landed a new gig on WEtv three years after TLC decided to cancel their hit series “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo” following child molestation accusations against Shannon’s boyfriend.
Mama June, 37, will star in a docuseries chronicling her dramatic body transformation, including several plastic surgeries and intense workouts to detail her over-the-top makeover.
The mother-of-four was at the center of a controversy after it became public that she started dating her ex Mark McDaniel — a registered sex offender who spent 10 years behind bars for molesting a child. He was accused of molesting one of Shannon’s daughters, Anna Cardwell in 2004, who was eight at the time.
In court documents obtained by UsWeekly, Cardwell, now 22, claimed in graphic detail that she had the “s” word with McDaniel and that he touched her private parts and would urinate on her when she was an 8-year-old.
Following McDaniel’s release, Cardwell opened up about his return into her life, noting, “It’s Mama’s fault.”
“She’s smiling and giggling when he’s around. You know, he’s a child molester, Mama. He did this to me. Why would you let him come around the girls knowing what he did?” Cardwell told Entertainment Tonight in Oct. 2014.
“She has brung (sp) the past back and now she can’t get it away. I’m mad. I’m upset. I feel betrayed. I feel very hurt. That’s the main thing that I am — I feel very hurt that Mama let him come around,” she continued.
June repeatedly denied the claims that they were dating again.
“It isn’t true I promise my kids r #1 priority over anything else and I would never put them in danger period over this or anything else they r my life this is my past I left him 10 yrs ago for it and I wouldn’t go back,” she wrote in a Facebook post at the time.
While TLC dropped the “Toddlers and Tiaras” spin-off featuring the family once the story came to light, it is unclear why WEtv decided to feature them on its network.
A rep for WEtv did not immediately respond to a Daily News request for comment.
The news series, titled “Mama June: From Not to Hot,” premieres on Feb. 24.