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TLC Treats ‘My Five Spouses’ Like Actual People: 4 Reasons They May Be Perhaps Perhaps Not ‘Sister Wives’

TLC Treats ‘My Five Spouses’ Like Actual People: 4 Reasons They May Be Perhaps Perhaps Not ‘Sister Wives’

Viewing any truth show according to polygamist families is a lot like viewing a car or truck crash in sluggish motion though you know it’s going to end in one of the wives demanding for more attention from her husband as her sister wives look on — you just can’t look away, even. And TLC’s second show about polygamy My Five spouses is not any various.

Even though imagining a full life where sharing your spouse could be the norm is pretty difficult to ingest for most of us, it generally does not suggest we do not wish to view another person take action. Enter Brady Williams along with his spouses Paulie, Robyn, Nonie, Rhonda, and Rosemary: TLC’s response to a unique, more modern part of polygamy.

We knew through the outset that this show will be distinctive from Sister spouses, but after seeing a couple of episodes, it is clear that should you’re searching for a Sister Wives reboot, My Five spouses is not it. Here is why:

The Williams Family is Method Bigger. This Means More Issues

Sister spouses first introduced the reality that is skewed Brown encountered on a regular basis as he struggled to balance Meri, Christine, Janelle, and Robin. Continue reading TLC Treats ‘My Five Spouses’ Like Actual People: 4 Reasons They May Be Perhaps Perhaps Not ‘Sister Wives’