Season 3 of Sister Wives premiered last night.
This time, the crew was in Las Vegas, Nevada. Husband Kody and his four wives and 16 kids are now isolated in four different homes, all within close distance of each other.
Last season the group was forced to flee from their homes in Utah in fear after they were being investigated.
“Each episode follows the Browns as they adapt to their new surroundings and changed family dynamic–from Kody facing the challenge of the wives living in different houses, to the children struggling to fit in and make friends at a new school, to Kody and the Sister Wives exploring the creation of a family business,” said TLC in a statement.
During the opening episode, the Browns shared some big news further adding to the shake up. Kody Brown and once of his newest spouses, Robyn announced they were expecting.
“Viewers will follow Robyn through every step of the pregnancy, from when she shares her happy news with the family, to the moment when they learn the baby’s gender, to the expected home delivery. Through it all, the Browns continue to support and love each other while navigating the challenges of living a plural lifestyle,” said TLC in a statement.
The TLC show first followed a man with three wives. As seasons progressed, viewers witnessed Kody take on a another girlfriend who eventually became his fourth wife. The show now follows Kody, 43; Meri, 40, Kody’s first wife and daughter Mariah, 16; Janelle, 42, Kody’s second wife and kids Logan, 17;Madison, 15; Hunter, 14; Garrison, 13; Gabriel, 9 and Savanah, 6; Christine, 39, Kody’s third wife and kids Aspyn, 16; Mykelti, 15; Paedon, 13; Gwendlyn, 9; Ysabel, 8 and Truely, 16-months; and Robyn, 32, Kody’s fourth wife, who has three children from a previous marriage including Dayton, 11; Aurora, 9 and Breanna, 7.
The show was first met with a ton of criticism and backlash as viewers were skeptical of the Brown family’s unique lifestyle. Of course, this made the show an instant hit and one of TLC’s most popular shows, now in it’s third season with no plans of slowing down.