Most of the “sister wives” left Kody Brown. What’s next for TLC?

Kody Brown and his “sister-wives” no longer exist. At least for now.

Meri Brown, 51, of TLC’s reality TV show “Sister Wives” has confirmed that she has ended her 32-year marriage to Kody Brown, 53. She is Kody’s latest departed partner.

As the show continues for the time being, three of the four women have left polygamous relationships with Cody, leaving him with one remaining wife, Robyn Brown, the only legal union among the family, who share 18 children.

Marriage with more than one individual is prohibited throughout the United States. However, Kody Brown has called his relationships with Meri, Kristen, and Janelle Brown “spiritual unions”, arguing that their marriages are also legal.

Meri Brown said Cody “made the decision” to end their marriage, according to People magazine, who stunned Thursday with a special look at the interview special, “Sister Wives: One on One,” which will air on TLC Sunday.

This announcement comes days after Janelle Brown also confirmed to People that she and Kodi Brown have split.

Last November, Kristen Brown announced that she and Kodi had ended their relationship after 25 years together, as reported by Us Weekly.

It wasn’t immediately clear if the recent breakups would lead to the end of the TLC show. However, even after Kristen Brown left the family last year, she remains on the show’s newest season, which debuted in September.

During a TLC interview with host Sukanya Krishnan, Meri Brown featured a clip of Kody Brown saying, “I don’t consider myself married to Meri. If she wants to move on and marry another, she won’t fight with me.”

Merry said the couple never discussed their separation.

Like, he just made the decision, she said. “I’ve never heard him say that to me.”

The announcement of Merry Brown’s split from Cody confirmed what many viewers had suspected. Many of them expressed their support for Mary.

“It’s About Time,” writer Jami Dennis chirp. “Honestly, I can’t believe any of them stuck with this arbitrariness — this long.”

One viewer said she hoped Merry would find someoneHe loves and respects“She, while another said”deserves the best. ”

Many others criticized Cody’s behavior with the author Daniel Gray He described him as a “terrible human being” who was “very controlling” and “harsh” towards his wives.

“I love that these women finally had the courage to stand up for themselves and let him go,” she said another viewer.

Since the first episode of “Sister Wives” aired in 2010, the family has moved several times during the series’ seventeen seasons, first living in Lehi, Utah, then in Las Vegas and most recently in Flagstaff, Arizona, where the family owns a rural property and has built a home. .

Merry said that she and Cody had been working on their relationship since they moved to Flagstaff, but during their recent anniversary they noticed things falling apart.

After I suggested that the two go public about their relationship status, Cody refused, saying he “didn’t want it to be public because I didn’t want that judgment.”

However, Merry Brown said that if Cody was interested, she would be open to reconciling their relationship.

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