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TLC's 'Sister Wives' Posts Strong Premiere Ratings

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 women 25-54 and women 18-49. Read More... //feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/bnX7zDMVDn4/tlcs-sister-wives-posts-solid-240866

EXCLUSIVE 'Sister Wives' Sneak Peek: Are the Kids All Right?

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 the way) and four wives, and Kody Brown has got his hands full. But there is that good news to share: In the season premiere, Robyn finally tells the family that she's pregnant with her and Kody's first biological child together. But will another kid add more tension? Watch our exclusive sneak peek of the new season (premieres Sun., Sept. 25, 9PM ET on TLC) and tell us what you think. //www.aoltv.com/2011/09/23/exclusive-sister-wives-sneak-peek/

TLC's 'Sister Wives' Returns With A Special Delivery

 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 bringing on a fourth wife and her children, to most recently fleeing their beloved Utah home for fear of prosecution.  Now, just as the family is adjusting to their radically changed lives in Las Vegas, they're hit with yet another surprise--but this time, in a very small package.  Kody's newest wife, Robyn, is having a baby!   Read More... //feedproxy.google.com/~r/Tvbythenumbers/~3/ERCt3KslvWA/

‘Sister Wives’ Family Plans Lawsuit Challenging Anti-Polygamy Law

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, who launched a bigamy investigation after the show began to air. Although no charges were ever filed, the Brown family is planning on filing a suit challenging the anti-bigamy laws that make their lifestyle illegal. "While we understand that this may be a long struggle in court, it has already been a long struggle for my family and other plural families to end the stereotypes and unfair treatment given consensual polygamy," stated patriarch Kody Brown on the website of his attorney, Jonathan Turley. Read More... //feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/585Dz0JoVMY/sister-wives-family-plans-lawsuit-210151

Kody Brown and Wives To Challenge Utah Polygamy Law, Reports 'GMA' (VIDEO)

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) reported that the Brown family are indeed under investigation by the state of Utah, and that they plan to mount a legal challenge to the state's laws that criminalize polygamy. 'GMA' reports that the Brown family will file their suit Wednesday. Jonathan Turley, a constitutional lawyer representing the family, was quoted in the piece saying, "We believe that this case represents the strongest factual and legal basis for a challenge to the criminalization of polygamy ever filed in the public courts." Polygamy is considered a felony punishable by jail time in Utah. Season two of 'Sister Wives' debuted in March to improved ratings over the first season. Count on TLC to keep the cameras rolling during the impending legal battle. //www.aoltv.com/2011/07/12/kody-brown-and-wives-challenge-utah-polygamy-law-gma-video/

'Sister Wives' finale: Season 3 in Las Vegas with a new baby?

"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 bunked in a four-bedroom vacation rental. Each wife got her own bedroom and the 16 children (minus the baby) were scattered hither and yon throughout the house. While the younger kids thought it was a great adventure, the older kids were not happy about being uprooted to Nevada. They did seem to understand, however, how important it was to leave Utah and to stay together as a family.It was interesting to watch the family search for four houses near each other. We wish they had the ability to just build one big house where everyone can live, but perhaps that will start next season. It was also interesting to see the new... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/06/sister-wives-finale-season-3-in-las-vegas-with-a-new-baby.html

'Sister Wives' Preview: Trying For a Baby (VIDEO)

Going public wasn't easy for the Brown family of TLC's 'Sister Wives.' So when Kody wanted Robyn to have a baby right after they got married, she wasn't quite ready. Feeling the pressure of the Utah investigation and the sudden fame, Robyn put off trying to add a new addition to the family. However, in this new clip from this week's episode (Sun., June 5 at 9PM on TLC), Robyn and Kody say the time is finally right to start trying. Why now? Vegas, baby! "Now that we're in Vegas," Kody says, "our world is different. We feel relaxed." Check out the clip below. //www.aoltv.com/2011/06/03/sister-wives-preview-trying-for-a-baby-video/

With No Place to Go, the Browns Have a Week to Move, on 'Sister Wives' (VIDEO)

The clock is ticking on the Brown family in Utah. With Kody facing potential arrest at any moment, he and the 'Sister Wives' (Sun., 9PM ET on TLC) reluctantly decide to move to Las Vegas, Utah. And for the sake of the kids and their school schedules, they've got just more than a week to do it. Things looked hopeful for a bit when they found four houses on the same street in a new development, but their offer was ultimately declined. So, as the episode wrapped, the Browns were facing this stiff deadline and were still determined to move, even if they have nowhere to go. With two episodes left, where will they land? How will the "small ones" take the news, now that Kody and the wives have decided it's time to tell them? It's a tense and frightening time, and even Kody broke down in tears thinking about the family potentially getting split up. //www.tvsquad.com/2011/05/16/the-browns-have-a-week-to-move-sister-wives-video/

Sister Wives' Kody and Robyn Brown Expecting

Sister Wives'  Kody Brown and his fourth wife,Robyn, are expecting a baby,  People  reports. The baby, the first for the couple, is due in mid-October. Kody, 43, and Robyn, 31, wed last year during the first season of  Sister Wives . Kody is also married to Meri, Janelle and Christine. He has 16 other children, and Robyn has three from a previous marriage. //www.tvguide.com/News/Sister-Wives-Baby-1031670.aspx?rss=breakingnews

Kody Actually Admits Being Wrong on 'Sister Wives' (VIDEO)

When Kody and his second wife Janelle go camping, some truths about their relationship are revealed. Though married for 17 years, Janelle has only been publicly affectionate toward him in the last year or two. "When I married Kody, Meri was very affectionate and all over him, and so I just learned to sort of stand aside," says Janelle on 'Sister Wives' (Sun., 9PM ET on TLC). Janelle has now realized "he needs me to express that." Kody has also changed through the relationship: He actually admits to being wrong!? On the camping trip, Janelle vetoed buying sleeping bags in favor of using a quilt. //www.tvsquad.com/2011/03/28/kody-admits-being-wrong-on-sister-wives-video/