What TLC refers to as its season six “finale” of its polygamous marriage reality series, Sister Wives, aired Sunday, November 15, 2015. The actual season finale for the audience, is the two-hour “Tell-All” show, airing Sunday, November 22, at 8:00pm ET/PT. The sit-down includes an emotional discussion about Kody Brown’s adoption of fourth wife Robyn Brown’s children from her first marriage.
In the two-hour capper to the sixth season, hosted by The Today Show‘s Tamron Hall, Meri Brown opens up about her emotional online relationship — allegedly with a woman, who reportedly posed as a man. While Meri broached the topic in the last regular episode of season six, this new tell-all episode marks the first time Robyn, Kody and his other wives, Janelle Brown and Christine Brown have addressed the catfishing scandal in front of the cameras.
Read the TLC press release and watch the “Never Seen You Cry” teaser:
TLC’S “SISTER WIVES TELL ALL” TAKES ON JEALOUSY, THE HEADLINES, AND WHAT’S NEXT
The two-hour in-depth conversation will air Sunday, November 22nd at 8/7c
(Los Angeles, CA) After a season of epic change, conflict, and stunning confessions, the SISTER WIVES cast sits down with Tamron Hall, co-host of NBC’s TODAY SHOW, for their most revealing tell all yet. In the two-hour special the wives talk about their struggles and triumphs while Meri opens up about the most shocking development in SISTER WIVES history. For the first time, Kody and the other sister wives will respond to the catfishing scandal.
The story will continue for the Browns as the show returns with new episodes next Spring continuing to follow the lives of Kody, Meri, Janelle, Christine, Robyn and their children.
SISTER WIVES TELL ALL is produced by NBC’s Peacock productions for TLC. SISTER WIVES season 6 is produced by Figure 8 Films in association with Puddle Monkey Productions for TLC.
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What do you think? Do you watch the Sister Wives TV show on TLC? Do you think it should be renewed for a seventh season, or cancelled after season six?