Premise: The network that introduced viewers to the polygamist lifestyle of the Browns in ``Sister Wives'' goes to the same docu-reality series well for ``My Five Wives,'' which features Brady Williams, his five spouses, and their combined 24 children experiencing a life free of fundamentalist Mormon teachings in Salt Lake City. The family calls its belief system progressive polygamy, which they say stresses ``love, commitment and happiness as a family'' rather than a specific religious doctrine. The Williams have been shunned by community members and estranged from relatives because of their core beliefs, and storylines in the series touch on how they deal with such adversity, stick together and make sacrifices for one another.
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S01, E01 (First Aired: Mar. 9, 2014)
Discussing leaving the community puts the family at odds, Brady's suggestion to strengthen communication backfires.
S01, E02 (First Aired: Mar. 16, 2014)
Brady and his five wives prepare to celebrate Thanksgiving. Rhonda explores the possibility of adoption, causing Nonie to want a baby of her own. Meanwhile, Brady struggles to balance his busy schedule and attending his son's karate test.