TLC's ‘My Five Wives’ Renewed For a Second Season

TLC's 'My Five Wives' Renewed For a Second Season

The progressive polygamists are getting an additional eight-episode order from TLC

TLC has said yes to more polygamist programming with an eight episode renewal of “My Five Wives.”

The show, which averaged 1.2 million viewers during its first season, follows the Williams family — husband Brady, wives Paulie, Rhonda, Rosemary, Nonie and Robyn and their 24 children as they live their lives at their sprawling property outside of Salt Lake City.

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The series features a progressive twist on the polygamist reality trope: the Williams family split from the Mormon Church over the church's conservative views.

On Sunday May 4, the family will be answering questions from viewers in a very special FAQ episode, where the family will answer questions from viewers on topics ranging from what goes on in the bedroom to how they deal with living within a polygamist family.

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The following Sunday, the family will sit down with NBC and gush to Tamron Hall about everything that happened during filming and behind the scenes.