New Season of OWN's SIX LITTLE MCGHEES Coming this Fall
Happy birthday to the McGhee sextuplets. The six siblings featured on the popular docu-series "Six Little McGhees" turn four years old today and will return for more tender moments and love-filled chaos in an all-new season premiering this fall, Saturday, September 6 at 10:00 p.m ET/PT on OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network.
In the new season, Columbus, Ohio's first sextuplets, Josiah, Madison, Olivia, Issac, Rozonno Jr. and Elijah, aren't so little anymore. Inches taller and a whole lot more vocal and active, the kids are developing their own personalities, which means there are bigger tantrums...and even bigger adventures. Now that the kids are older, parents Mia and Ro need to expand the size of their home to fit their growing family. Conflicts arise as the couple, who don't always see eye-to-eye, learn to compromise when it comes to either investing in a new home or in their ever expanding family carpet cleaning business. While balancing the challenges of raising the unforgettable brood, from enrolling them in new activities and searching for preschools, the McGhees prove every step of the way that "it takes a village" when it comes to their unique family and that love can overcome any obstacle.
"Six Little McGhees" is executive produced by Philip Sternberg and Joe Sorge of Candor Entertainment, in conjunction with Discovery Fit & Health and OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network.
The McGhee sextuplets first captured the hearts of America after an online photo went viral and the entire family appeared on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" in 2011. Now, a popular OWN series, "Six Little McGhees" follows the inspirational lives of Mia and Rozonno McGhee as they juggle marriage, a family business and their six adorable four year olds. When Mia and Ro became parents to Columbus, Ohio's first sextuplets, no amount of books or advice could have prepared them for life with multiples. Their close family and friends helpers made the infant years easier to manage, but as the children grow so will Mia and Ro's parenting skills. The helpers won't be around forever, and these parents are determined to grow more independent from their support team. With many milestones on the way, and the task of a growing business, Mia and Ro are bracing for all the excitement and chaos of doing it on their own.
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