"Whatever the outcome may be, we're here for you throughout that whole process," Pauly D tells Mike at one point.
Viewers also get a look at Sorrentino's trial, with a shot of himself and Lauren walking out of a courtroom. Sorrentino is currently serving an eight-month prison sentence in Otisville, New York.
Of course, the focus on Sorrentino is no surprise. Back in May, Vinny Gaudagnino told ET Live's Jason Carter that Sorrentino would be a big part of the show's third season.
"We filmed a lot of season three already because we documented Mike's wedding and him in court and leading up to [him going to jail], so Mike's gonna be a huge part of the season," Guadagnino said at the time. "And in the time since he's been away, we haven't really even been filming that much. Because we can't really do the show without Mike."
"I'm so grateful that I've had these past 10 years to find friends that became family," Sorrentino says at the end of the clip.
"The roommates may be back, but a lot has changed, as the squad rallies around Sorrentino, who’s facing prison time and planning a wedding. At the same time, Deena’s about to give birth, Jenni’s contemplating divorce, Ronnie [Magro]’s fed up with all the jokes at his expense, and Pauly can’t resist just one wedding prank," MTV teased in the season description. "Through the challenges and fears, pranks and surprise wedding guests, is the humor that keeps this group together and proves that facing life’s twists and turns is easier with friends."
Jersey Shore Family Vacation premieres July 11 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on MTV.