Forget about fresh baked bread, pasta and cannoli — Arthur Avenue is the place where growing up means never having to leave your mama. TLC shares a slice of the real Little Italy with Mama’s Boys of the Bronx, a series that follows five proud Italian-American men who grew up together and have plenty in common: they’re attractive, employed, in their 30s, and unapologetically still live with their mothers. Anthony, Frankie, Giovanni, Peter and Chip have it made. From cleaning their rooms, to ironing their underwear, to keeping their medicine cabinets stocked with their favorite hair gels, these men rely on their moms for almost everything. The mothers would love to see their sons married off to “good Italian girls”, but until that day comes, they’re perfectly happy having their precious boys at home. “Mama’s Boys of the Bronx” chronicles the fun-loving escapades of these singular individuals, as well as the incredible lengths the doting moms will go to in order to keep tabs on the partying, dreaming, and scheming of their sons.