‘Sister Wives’ Star Paedon Brown Says Life Would Have Been Dark Without the TLC Series


Paedon Brown has spent the last few weeks figuring out sister wives fans in life within the Brown family. The more he talks, the more honest he becomes about growing up in polygamy. Recently, the reality TV star suggested that her life and that of her siblings would have been pretty dark without the cameras of TLC.

TLC aired the first episode of “Sister Wives” in 2010

sister wives premiered on TLC in 2010. Season 1 focused on the Brown family as they added a fourth wife to the family after spending years as a plural unit with three wives. The Brown family attempted to appear happy and united during the show’s early seasons, despite some growing pains.

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In recent years, that has changed. Kody Brown no longer advocates polygamy. Two of his marriages have completely dissolved and another appears to be rocky. With a 17th season on the horizon, sister wives fans are waiting for more drama to unfold on the small screen. Until then, Paedon Brown, son of Kody and Christine Brown, shares some insight into the family.

Paedon said he’d be miserable now if ‘Sister Wives’ hadn’t come

Paedon Brown began his social media journey by sharing basic information about his famous family. The more he talks, the more personal information he divulges. In a particularly honest moment, Paedon revealed he would likely be in a polygamous and miserable relationship if TLC hadn’t helped the family grow and change.

Christine Brown, Paedon Brown and Kody Brown | CCM

According to The Ashley Reality Roundup, Paedon said he knows exactly how his life would have gone if TLC hadn’t taken over the family’s show. In a TikTok Live event, he shared that his family probably never would have left Lehi, Utah. He went on to predict that they would not have left the United Apostolic Brethren either. More importantly, he says, they would not have broadened their horizons if sister wives had never happened.

Paedon said he believes he and some of his siblings would have been involved in polygamous marriages had it not been for the series. He explained that the show gave the family the chance to experience life outside of the island religious circle they once belonged to. So far, none of the Brown children have shown any interest in plural marriage.

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Christine Brown, Janelle Brown, Kody Brown, Robyn Brown, Meri Brown, ‘Sister Wives’ | CCM

sister wives fans think Robyn Brown’s children are most likely to be interested in polygamy if one of them is. Dayton Brown, Breanna Brown and Aurora Brown have not spoken publicly about their love interests.

Paedon Brown also predicted grim outcomes for his siblings

Paedon doesn’t think he’s the only one who would have faced significant hardship had the network not picked up the show. He revealed that staying in the church would have been terrible for some of his siblings.

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During the TikTok event, Paedon was very specific about how the church would have reacted to his brother, Mariah Brown. Paedon said the church shunned Mariah for their relationship with Audrey Kriss. The same probably goes for Gwendlyn Brown. Gwen identifies as bisexual.

Gwen and Mariah have had public fights with Paedon for the past few years. Audrey, Mariah’s partner, was also involved in a public spat with Paedon via Instagram. Paedon and some of his siblings seem to have wildly different beliefs and appear to be widely estranged.

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