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The rarely seen world of a polygamist family is documented in "Sister Wives," which follows Kody Brown, his four wives and their combined 18 children trying to live as a "normal" family in a society that shuns their lifestyle. Three of the wives -- Meri, Janelle and Christine -- have worked for years with Kody to develop a cohesive, loving unit, and their marriages produced 13 kids. Then wife No. 4, Robyn, and her three children were added to the family much later, a development that produced mixed feelings, insecurities and uncertainties. Will it disrupt the balance and change the Browns' lives for the worse?

Latest episodes

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The looming question about the motive behind Meri's desire to buy the bed-and-breakfast is finally answered.
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The Browns are left reeling as frank discussion leads to new insights and emotional meltdowns; the question remains as to whether or not the family will ever settle down in one location; Meri and Cody's relationship.
aired 29 days ago
It's game night at the Browns; the family gets competitive; there's lots of noise and chaos, and there's punishments for the losers.
aired 30 days ago
In the dramatic conclusion of Sister Wives Tell All, Paedon reveals why he refused to join the rest of the family to protest Utah's new polygamy law; the adults discuss how Kody and Meri's marriage is affecting the family.
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The Browns discuss the season's jaw-dropping moments; Meri's dream of buying a bed and breakfast may have driven the family even further apart; the Browns discuss Utah's tough new polygamy law.
aired 30 days ago
The Browns are left reeling as frank discussion leads to new insights and emotional meltdowns; topics include whether the family will ever settle in one location and whether Meri's B&B further damaged her relationship with Kody.
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The Brown family is finally moving to Flagstaff; moving day is chaotic and the dream they are chasing is becoming a nightmare; there are rays of hope, but mostly tears as they face an uncertain future and leave so much behind.
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Kody sees the plans for his one giant polygamist house and loves them, but his wives may not; just weeks away from leaving their homes in Las Vegas, tensions run high; Robyn presses Kody to settle down and Gabe walks out.
aired 34 days ago
The Browns are distraught that the Utah legislature is voting to strengthen the laws against polygamy; friends are planning a protest march, but if the Browns go back to Utah, they could be arrested.
aired 35 days ago
Mariah and her girlfriend go to the March for Women in Washington, D.C.; she invites Meri and Janelle to go too, but Kody doesn't like the idea.
aired 36 days ago
Mykelti's polygamist family ties the knot with Tony's Mexican Catholic family with a unique winter wedding where they beat bride and groom piƱatas; Christine forgets to bring Kody's shirts.
aired 37 days ago
It's Mykelti's bridal shower, but Janelle's terrified of performing with the sister wives; Christine gets emotional as she cuts up her wedding dress to make cloth flowers for Mykelti's bouquet; Maddie tells the family her big news.
aired 37 days ago
With bonus scenes; the Brown family is finally moving to Flagstaff, Ariz.; moving day is chaotic and their dream is becoming a nightmare; there are rays of hope, but it's mostly tears as they face an uncertain future and leave so much behind.
aired 40 days ago
Mykelti, her moms and her fiance Tony go wedding dress shopping; the sister wives go see the bed and breakfast Meri wants to buy in Utah, but worry it will pull her away; Madison shows up with big news, leaving Janelle in tears.
aired 41 days ago
Mykelti brings Tony's family home to meet her parents, but they don't speak English; Meri and Christine's mom Annie go to Utah for a potential business opportunity.
aired 43 days ago
Sister Wives answer viewer questions about the polygamous lifestyle.
aired 44 days ago
With bonus scenes: Kody sees plans for his one giant polygamist house and loves them, but wonders if his wives will as well; just weeks away from leaving their homes in Las Vegas, tensions run high; Robyn presses Kody to settle down; Gabe walks out.
aired 51 days ago
With bonus scenes: the wives tell the kids that they've bought land in Flagstaff and they plan to move there in a month; Aspyn asks what void are they trying to fill by moving; Kody secretly has plans drawn up for one giant polygamist house.
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The wives announce to the kids that they've bought land in Flagstaff and they plan to move there within a month; Aspyn asks what void are they trying to fill by moving; Kody secretly has plans drawn up for one giant polygamist house.
aired 58 days ago
With bonus scenes: Aspyn and Mitch are getting married with bagpipes, kilts and lots of flower girls; it's a perfect day, but the officiant has lost his voice and the Browns are stressing because they now have to move to Flagstaff within a month.
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Aspyn and Mitch are getting married with bagpipes, kilts and lots of flower girls; it's a perfect day but the officiant has lost his voice and the Browns are stressing because they now have to move to Flagstaff within a month.

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