The plural ride may never end. TLC confirmed this week that Sister Wives will return for another season, despite reports of flopped ratings.
“We’ve followed the Browns through plenty of ups and downs, but their story is far from over,” reads a statement released Monday by TLC. We’re excited to share that ‘Sister Wives’ will return to TLC to continue following the journey of the Brown family.”
The news is a bit of a shocker, considering the reported ratings slip of the once popular reality show. The Brown family remains the one polygamous clan evidently able to capture the curiosity of America — despite dragging storylines and painfully drawn out family drama.
While no one knows what Season 10 holds — the seemingly miserable Meri Brown has confirmed that she’s hit the road to nowhere — Fat least as long as TLC is funding her story.
Already starting the night with a blocking spree! Come on guys, I have a family, I'm not bailing! Sheesh!! #SisterWives
— Meri Brown (@MeriBrown1) March 19, 2018
It’s not hard for viewers to guess what TLC might be planning for the new season. Aspyn Brown is engaged to Mitch Thompson, Logan Brown is engaged to Michelle Petty, and it probably won’t be long before fans hear that Mykelti Brown and Tony Padron have decided to take the baby plunge. Another TLC wedding anyone? Kody’s “multiplied love” has spawned 18 reasons to keep the TLC train gasping through the Brown cul-de-sac.
What do you think about the surprise renewal? Make your predictions now — what’s next for the Brown clan?