The Brown family is back on the couch and ready to tell all in a revealing hour- long reunion special. Kody, Meri, Christine, Janelle, and Robyn sit down with NBC's Tamron Hall to set the record straight.
The viewers take control as the Browns are put to the test answering all your questions. What do the teens really think of the family dress code? Which mom is the strictest? Get all the behind-the-scenes details in this special episode of Sister Wives.
This Season Pass includes all current episodes and will include future episodes after broadcast date as they become available. After a rough two years of living in rentals, Kody, his four wives and 17 children hope to soon move into their four adjacent homes. Tensions rise as the Browns struggle to find success in the wives' jewelry business, while the older children consider going to college out of state and the wives face difficult personal decisions.
Kody's dream is for his family to be together as one big, plural family. But with the stress and strain of 4 separate homes, mounting bills and teens preparing to leave home, the family is more divided than ever. Is the family heading down a dead-end st
Logan picks a college. Kody and the wives are on the verge of bringing the family back together. Will they make their dream come true?
The Browns invite viewers into their home to answer in depth questions about their plural marriage. This time the teenagers join the discussion.
Kody takes Meri to a Mexican getaway. Despite the romance, the conversation turns serious when Kody asks Meri about Robyn's offer of surrogacy.
Logan, Mariah, Madison, and Hunter head back to Utah to visit their family and friends. Will they have any resentment or regrets since leaving?
Kody ditches his four wives for his three brothers to hit up the city of sin. It's time for bikes, bars and guns!
What's the most awkward day of the year for a Polygamist? Valentine's Day! Kody takes his daughters to a daddy-daughter Valentine's dance at school.
The Browns apply for separate mortgages as they dream of getting their family into adjacent homes. Meri discloses her fertility problems.
The Browns answer the toughest viewer questions on polygamy. Kody reveals his favorite and least favorite traits of each wife; nothing is held back.
Christine tries to reconcile with Robyn by opening up about the problems she's had. How will Robyn handle this brutally honest conversation?
It's Date Night and Kody needs to bring his A-game. From hitting the slopes to shooting paintballs, all four wives are expecting magic and romance.
Desperate to get his family together for the holidays, Kody rents one big house for the entire family. But will everybody be in the Christmas spirit?
Desperate to get their scattered families back together into adjacent houses, Kody and his wives continue to battle financial hurdles to do so. Christine also continues to struggle with her unhappiness in her marriage to Kody, and Meri must decide whether to accept Robyn's offer to be a surrogate and carry a baby for her. How will this tangle of interwoven relationships unravel? Only time in Sin City will tell.
The Brown family moved to Las Vegas. Want to know why they made the big move?
The Browns are back and relaxing before heading to New York.
TLC brings viewers inside the world of plural families with SISTER WIVES.
The big day is here; Robyn is officially wife number four!
Kody and his four wives are off to New York.
Kody and new wife Robyn are off on their honeymoon.
The Browns business continues to struggle creating tension with the wives.
Kody proves his patience for his wives during a day-long shopping spree.
Kody and Meri discuss the possibility of courting a fifth wife into the family.
While finding a creative way to have fun, the family goes 'ice blocking.'
The Brown family shares a Mexican milk drink that causes mixed reactions.
Tensions run high at a debate with outspoken anti-polygamists.
While the wives are out for ladies night, Kody babysits all of the kids.
Christine and Janelle discuss the difficulties of buying food for Brown family.