When does TLC's new show 'Seeking Brother Husband' release? 4 couples to juggle polyandry relationship
TLC is coming up with another similar show as 'Seeking Sister Wives'. This time, things have changed and the channel is focussing on polyandry. Bringing on the new show, 'Seeking Brother Husband', TLC is set to focus on the challenges faced by a woman who looks out for multiple husbands.
In January, TLC announced an all-new series 'Seeking Brother Husband' coming up. The show is set to follow four polyandrous relationships and the challenges that they will face when their wife asks them for an additional husband in the family. The channel releases the trailer of the upcoming show in order to give its viewers a sneak peek of how the storyline is going to unfold itself. Keep reading to know everything about the show.
When will TLC's new show 'Seeking Brother Husband' release?
'Seeking Brother Husband' debuts on TLC on March 26, 2023, at 10 pm ET and is accessible on Discovery+ the same day.
What is 'Seeking Brother Husband' all about?
'Seeking Brother Husband' is all about the lifestyle of polyandry relationships. The recently dropped trailer claims that "polyandry is the practice of one woman having multiple husbands." Indeed, here women will be seen taking out their time for plural partners. While men will play the role of the supporting pillar in the life of their wife. This kind of relationship undoubtedly has a lot of problems to face. Men will feel like they are being sidelined from the life of their wife as they seek out brother husbands. At the same time, women here will have to juggle between mental and physical stability while welcoming the new one in their life.
Who is starring in TLC's new show 'Seeking Brother Husband'?
The ensemble consists of four partners who are at various phases of their relationships and are looking for new husbands. Fans will be able to follow the ensemble as they negotiate the life-changing choices of expanding their families and testing their own limits.
Kenya starts the trailer by clarifying that "polyandry is the practice of one woman having multiple husbands, but those husbands cannot have any other partners." Kenya and Carl have been married for 26 years and have three grown children. They live in Houston, Texas, and "connect on a philosophical level." Tiger, Kenya's second husband, "fulfills Kenya’s emotional and physical needs." Kenya, however, is looking for "even more thrill, adventure, and attention" after ten years, and fans will see how the family dynamic changes as she looks for a possible third spouse. As the video progresses, the partners have difficult conversations about their comfort levels. "To do this lifestyle successfully, you have to be willing to go outside of your own comfort zones," Kenya explained.
"There is definitely a double standard when a female has multiple partners," Elisa confessed alongside her spouse in a confessional. "It’s, ‘Oh my god, she’s such a slut, she sleeps around.'" TLC fans will meet Mike and Elisa, who live in Los Angeles and have a "strong desire to have multiple husbands and is open to a lifestyle change." While Mike supports her, he admits to having "some level of jealousy" over her interest in polyandry. Elisa went on to say that she isn't in a polyandrous partnership to have sex with other guys.
Viewers will also meet Kim and Dustin, who have been married for 11 years in Asheville, North Carolina, and Vinson, their first brother husband. Vinson has a "great relationship" with both of them, but he's not sure if he's ready to share their unique link with anyone other than the three of them.Chara and Patrick, who have been married for 13 years, are the final pair viewers will meet. Though the pair drifted apart, they still have a strong "emotional bond," and Noble explored ways to meet Chara's requirements. While Noble continues to live the "single man's lifestyle," Chara is ready to grow their family - but is unsure which brother husband should be the actual father.
What is the buzz around TLC's new show 'Seeking Brother Husband'?
'Seeking Brother Husband' will not only show how understanding men can be but will also bring out the dark side of polyandry. The show will feature the double standard of society towards women who want to involve themselves with multiple partners. Society believes that women who are looking for brother husbands then she is only looking for sex. However, the same is not the situation. 'Seeking Brother Husband' will show what else women want in their life.
Fans wonder whether TLC is maintaining 'equality' by releasing 'Seeking Brother Husband'
Seeing 'Seeking Brother Husband' being officially by TLC, a fan tweeted, "TLC is making a new show called seeking brother husband about women who are/want to be married to multiple men and I just want to know why on earth any woman would want to torture herself like that." Another claimed that the channel is maintaining equality by bringing 'Seeking Brother Husband.' "Omg tlc is coming out with "seeking brother husband" is this gender equality?" tweeted the fan.
Moreover, a fan joked about connecting 'Sister Wives' and 'Seeking Brother Husband', saying, "Maybe we might see Kody and Robyn on Seeking Brother Husband. Obviously the sister wives thing did not work, may this might work..oh wait maybe not Kody's got such a big ego and is a narcissist." Another wrote, "Seeking Brother Husband?Did they make that up because the last time I heard only men in that religion could have a plural marriage."
TLC is making a new show called seeking brother husband about women who are/want to be married to multiple men and I just want to know why on earth any woman would want to torture herself like that— eMEMEa (@skittleunicorn) January 10, 2023
Omg tlc is coming out with "seeking brother husband" 😭😭😭😭 is this gender equality?— Bully Riku Hours (@maredwill15) January 10, 2023
Maybe we might see Kody and Robyn on Seeking Brother Husband. Obviously the sister wives thing did not work, may this might work..oh wait maybe not Kody's got such a big ego and is a narcissist.— blackscorp1 🇨🇦🇹🇹🦂 (@blackscorp1) January 10, 2023
Seeking Brother Husband?— CHANÉL EAST COAST (@chanelestcst) January 9, 2023
Did they make that up because the last time I heard only men in that religion could have a plural marriage.#SisterWives
Stay tuned to TLC to watch the new show 'Seeking Brother Husband' on March 26, 2023, at 10 pm ET.
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