TLC has hit the ratings jackpot yet again with My Five Wives and they are repaying the reality shows loyal viewers with a new 10-part season premiering this October.
The show documents the trials and tribulations of the progressive polygamist family of Brady Williams, his five wives and 24 children and according to the press release, “offers an honest and intimate view into the joys and challenges of living this controversial lifestyle in modern-day Utah.”
This season is also promising some changes to the family dynamic, including some members leaving the nest and perhaps even some new additions.
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In the season premiere — October 19 10PM ET/PT on TLC — Brady is trying to clean up some messes left over from last season. Like attempting to heal his relationship with Robyn by putting together a little 20th anniversary date, all while trying for another baby with Nonie and three of his daughters graduate from college and contemplate their next moves.
Later in the season we will watch Rhonda explore the possibility of adoption, while coming to terms with an earlier cancer scare. Brady also will attempt to bring his wives closer by trying out double dates. Are the really double dates if they are both your wives?
It remains to be seen if Brady’s bankruptcy will play out in front of cameras, but the whole family will contemplate a move to Washington state after vacationing there while visiting his parents.
Tune in to TLC on October 19 10PM ET/PT for the season premiere of My Five Wives. We’ll be recapping this one this time around!!
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