TLC's 'Sister Wives' gives viewers a behind-the-scenes look at a very unique American family: Kody Brown, his four wives and their now 17 kids are your typical polygamist family, but for most people, it's considered an unorthodox lifestyle.
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Kody Brown , star of TLC’s Sister Wives , is now the proud father of 17 children. The patriarch and his fourth wife, Robyn, had a baby boy on Wednesday. They named their 17th child Solomon Brown . One of Brown’s other children, Aspyn , tweeted on Wed more
The third season opener of Sister Wives delivered for TLC on Sunday night. Sister Wives lured 2.8 million total viewers at 9 p.m. with "The Announcement," tying tune-in for the second season closer, and was the night's top primetime cable program among more
TLC's 'Sister Wives' is back -- but all is not well with the first family of TV polygamy.
The Browns are having a tough time adjusting to their new life in Las Vegas. I mean, a move is hard for any family, but multiply that by 16 kids (with a 17th on th more
TLC's hit series Sister Wives returns on Sunday, September 25 at 9 PM (ET/PT) with a big family announcement. Since the beginning of season one, the Browns have seen their share of drama - from "coming out" as polygamists on national television, to more
Kody Brown , his four wives and 16 children became a national sensation when they starred in the TLC show “Sister Wives,” chronicling their polygamist lifestyle in Utah. However, they also caught the attention of the police and Utah County prosecutors, wh more
When 'Sister Wives' debuted on TLC in 2010, it meant that Kody Brown and his four wives, Meri, Janelle, Christine, and Robyn, were opening themselves up to scrutiny under Utah's anti-polygamy laws. Tuesday, 'Good Morning America' (weekdays, 7AM on ABC) re more
"Sister Wives" brought Season 2 to a close Sunday night (June 5) with a season finale that saw the entire 21-member Brown family packing up and leaving Utah, due to the investigation into their family.The family moved to Las Vegas, NV and temporarily bunk more