During season one, each episode had a viewership of 1.8 to 2.7 million people.
The Brown Family from 'Sister Wives' chose to leave Utah because a legal investigation was launched against them once the show aired. They felt threatened by law enforcement and decided that it was not the best environment for their children.
Wives (in marriage order):
Children of Kody and Meri Brown:
Children of Kody and Janelle Brown:
Children of Kody and Christine Brown:
Children of Kody and Robyn Brown:
Children of Robyn Brown and David Preston Jessop Sr. (Robyn's first husband):
Spouses of Kody Brown's Married Children:
New episodes of Sister Wives will start airing in May 2013.
The Brown Family's home used to be in Lehi, Utah. Before moving near the family, Robyn lived in St. George, Utah. Christine delivered her baby in American Fork, Utah (the nearest hospital to Lehi). Kody took Meri to an anniversary dinner at LaCaille in Sandy, Utah. They have also shown a few scenes in Salt Lake City, Utah.
The Browns currently live in Las Vegas, Nevada, so their show is filmed at various schools, restaurants, shops, and other sites around Las Vegas.
Yes. Sister Wives currently has seven seasons, and an eighth is being filmed. TLC has not released information on its airdate.
Kody works in the advertising and marketing industry. His first wife Meri was working in the mental health industry until she was fired for starring in 'Sister Wives'. Second wife Janelle also has a professional job, but she has not released what industry she works in. One episode showed her at the Salt Lake City/County building, so it is possible she works in government. Third wife Christine is the stay-at-home mom, and we have not yet learned if fourth wife Robyn has a job. Everyone who has a job contributes to the family income, and with so many kids hand-me-down and shared toys and clothing save them a lot of money!
Kody Brown and his family moved to Las Vegas, Nevada to escape the scrutiny of the legal investigation that was being done on their family for violating Utah's Bigamy law. While the bigamy investigation is still ongoing, they feel more comfortable in Las Vegas, where they don't feel they are being followed by the police.
Meanwhile, the Brown family has announced that they are currently filing a lawsuit challenging the Utah bigamy law.
Kody Brown and his family, stars of TLC's reality show are currently being investigated by Utah law enforcement on charges of bigamy by cohabitation, which is a felony in the state of Utah. If they are found guilty and prosecuted, they will each face at least 5 years in prison.
There are thousands of polygamist families in Utah, and because there are so many, the state doesn't have the time, money and other resources to prosecute all the polygamists. Generally a family is only investigated on bigamy charges if there has been a complaint or report of abuse, rape, or underage marriage. A case like this usually comes up in Utah every few years. In the case of the Browns, the state and much of the public in the community have known of their lifestyle for quite some time, but it was not until they decided to flaunt their illegal activities (and the fact that they have not been prosecuted) on national television that the state decided to investigate.
The fact of the matter is, thousands of polygamists in Utah will never be prosecuted or investigated by law enforcement so long as they stay quiet. This is because crimes that actually hurt people, like murder, abuse, rape, drugs, and robberies are considered more important. The state doesn't have the money or manpower to investigate and try all the polygamists, nor do they have the facilities to house the tens of thousands of children which will become wards of the state for years while their parents are jailed.
Another important reason why the Browns are not being prosecuted is the Supreme Court's June 2003 decision in Lawrence v. Texas, which decriminalized all private adult consensual intimacy, not just gay sex. If the law enforcement community pushes adult bigamy prosecutions, it risks setting up a test case which will affirm that the Lawrence decision applies to polygamy, thus fully decriminalizing it nationwide.
Kody grew up on a ranch in Wyoming.
Sister Wives airs on Sunday nights on TLC. There have thus far been seven seasons.
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Kody's father's name is Winn Brown.
Kody Brown of TLC's "Sister Wives" is in advertising sales. That is all the information he has released to the public.
His parents are Genielle and Winn Brown who live on a ranch in Lovell Wyoming.
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Sister Wives is a show documenting the day-to-day life of the Brown Family. Kody Brown has four wives (Meri, Janelle, Christine, and Robyn) and his 17 children. The first few seasons have shown Kody's marriage to Robyn; the family's move from Lehi, Utah to Las Vegas, Nevada; the birth of two children; and the struggles they have faced when others don't accept their lifestyle.
No. The Sister Wives on TLC have never claimed to be sisters, and they are not sisters, nor are they legally or genetically related in any way. They are Sister Wives - that is a title used to refer to women who share a husband, not to women who share a father or mother.
The sister wives compensation for their reality television show is not public information.
On WA we refrain from posting detailed personal financial (net worth, income, compensation etc.) information. This includes detailed information that allows people to derive that information or to violate the family's privacy.
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One Wikianswer's contributors opinion: 76000 each wife and 76000 for Cody.
He works in advertising and marketing sales for a company in Nevada. However, he does not release the name of his company for the protection of everyone involved.
http://dkglegal.com/default.asp is the law firm handeling the case. give em a call.
ALL. Because all resident of all States in America is seeking for the American Dream of Wealth and Power. This breaks the Commandment "Thou shalt not Covet"
The above answer is wrong, Jesus wants us to prosper, the desire to do what God wants for us is not wrong.
Any state that passes a law contrary to God's will would be breaking God's law. A simple example, same sex marriage since homosexuality is a sin.
Kody Brown and his family (four wives and 17 children) live in four homes in the suburbs of Las Vegas, Nevada. The exact location of the homes has been very well protected in order to protect the identity and safety of the family.
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