The “Sister Wives” aren’t the only polygamist family on TLC. Meet the Williams family, the polygamist Utah clan profiled on the network’s newest reality series, “My Five Wives,” premiering Sunday, March 9 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.
Patriarch Brady Williams is 43 years old and was raised a Mormon. Now, however, he and his five wives live a non-denominational plural lifestyle. He’s been married for 21 years to his first wife, Paulie, and his second wife, Robyn; 19 years to his third wife, Rosemary; 16 years to his fourth wife, Nonie; and 14 to his fifth wife, Rhonda. Between all five of his wives, he has 24 children.
In TLC’s newest series, the Williams family will face everything from raising children to dealing with the wives’ feelings of jealousy and loneliness. Zap2it has the exclusive sneak peek of the first trailer for the show, which will debut on-air during the “Sister Wives” finale.
“My Five Wives” premieres Sunday, March 9 on TLC.