The premiere of season 17 of sister wives airs on TLC Sunday, Sept. 11 at 10/9c.
If you’re not sure which live streaming service to use, we can break it down for you.
DirecTV streams is one of the best alternatives to regular cable. Subscribers can stream live and on-demand for $64.99 per month with over 75 channels to choose from.
However, there are other packages with more viewing options.
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What is Sister Wives about?
According to its official description, sister wives is an American reality television series airing on TLC that originally premiered on September 26, 2010.
The show documents the life of a polygamous family that becomes essentially monogamous in later seasons, which includes father Kody Brown, his four wives, and their 18 children.
In the first episode of the all-new season, we’ll see Janelle as she tests positive for COVID-19 while Kody confides in Robyn about his troubles with Christine.
Kody and Christine then sit down to have a tense discussion about the future of their marriage, which leaves Christine feeling empowered and Kody defeated.