TLC Renews ‘Sister Wives’ For A Second Season

by | October 29, 2010 at 12:43 PM | Sister Wives

Meri, Christine, Janelle, and Robyn on 'Sister Wives.' (Photo: TLC)

Meri, Christine, Janelle, and Robyn on 'Sister Wives.' (Photo: TLC)

Aa day after HBO announced the end of ‘Big Love,’ TLC renewed ‘Sister Wives‘ for a second season, plus a honeymoon special.

The reality show about polygamist Kody Brown and his four wives will return for 10 episodes in March 2011, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

But don’t expect the Browns to disappear ’til then. Sunday night the family sits down with NBC’s Natalie Morales for a special aptly titled ‘Sister Wives Special.’ The hour-long interview – centered around Kody’s alone time with new wife Robyn – is slated for November 28.

It’s juicy stuff – and also serious. The Browns are currently under investigation on charges of felony bigamy. Pending the investigation’s outcome, there could be significant changes in the show’s future. On Monday, legal expert/television personality Nancy Grace cautioned that the Browns could lose their 16 children. “If found guilty, the children could be removed,” Grace told OK! magazine. “[But] Historically with so many polygamous families in the state [Utah] the children won’t be removed unless abuse is shown.”

Are you fascinated by this family? Do you watch? If so, why? How do you think the legal investigation will impact the future of the show?

See how the sister wives cope with jealousy issues below: