WE tv to Premiere BRAXTON FAMILY VALUES Season 4, 8/14
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The drama may have rained down last season on WE tv's Braxton Family Values and SWV REUNITED, but it will start to pour on Thursday, August 14 featuring back-to-back premieres of the network's popular shows. When viewers last left the Braxton sisters, the ladies agreed to leave their differences behind them and move forward with their lifelong dream of recording a Braxton Family album together. However, feelings quickly resurface, leading to an all-out explosion in the season four premiere of WE tv's hit original series Braxton Family Values at 9PM ET/PT. This shocking moment is just the beginning, with the drama-to-come threatening not only their album plans, but unraveling the Braxton family unit.
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Following at 10PM ET/PT, the ladies of SWV are back with an all-new season of SWV REUNITED. After a successful tour it's time for Taj, Coko and LeLee to prove that they have what it takes to reach the top again, but with unresolved management issues and secrets from the past threatening their future, the ladies are feeling the pressure of working together.
Touted last season as 'Guilty Pleasure Gold' by Entertainment Weekly, season four of Braxton Family Values opens with the whole family gathering to catch Toni's opening night on Broadway and celebrate Tamar's 37th birthday. While the sisters have agreed to put the past behind them and look towards their future, beneath the surface, tensions are still running high. Toni skips Tamar's birthday party in favor of resting up for opening night, and Tamar is disappointed. The feuds continue to escalate during the New York trip, until Towanda reaches her breaking point, and her epic Meltdown leaves the rest of the family dumbfounded. They realize that before they can work on a family album, they must first figure out how to be in the same room together! If their sisterhood can survive the recording process, will their Braxton album finally be their family's dream come true, or their worst nightmare?
This season on SWV REUNITED, Coko, Taj and Lelee are still plagued with problems from their past and present. Continuing to deal with management issues, the ladies are obligated to record a new album which means setting aside their differences and coming together as a creative unit. The pressure to make their album a success leads them to return to therapy forcing the ladies to dig much deeper into what's driving them apart. But while Taj and Lelee are open and excited to finally hash out their differences in a neutral environment, Coko feels that therapy is just another way for them to gang up on her. Plus, the reveal of a longtime secret by one of ladies only adds more fuel to the already intense fire. Will all of the tension and pressure bring them closer or tear them apart?
Visit www.wetv.com for sneak peeks, deleted scenes, photo galleries, blogs from the Braxtons and SWV. Plus, sister dish and Mister Ray recaps are back providing behind-the-scenes scoop and exclusives from each episode. Fans can enter the It's All About Sisterhood Sweepstakes for the opportunity to win the ultimate R&R experience. One winner, plus a guest, will spend a weekend at a luxury resort, indulge in a world-class culinary meal from a personal chef, enjoy a relaxing massage, Go On a guided adventure and more. For more Braxtons and SWV, "like" Braxton Family Values and SWV Reunited on Facebook and Instagram @WEtv for special photos and videos.
The first season of SWV Reunited delivered 1.2 million total viewers while the most recent season of Braxton Family Values brought in 1.5 million viewers.
Source: Nielsen, Live+3 data. SWV Reunited (1/16/14-2/20/14, Th 10p-11p) & BFV S3B (11/14/13-2/20/14, TH 9p-10p), P2+ 000s. Subject to qualifications by request.
BRAXTON FAMILY VALUES is produced for We tv by Magical Elves Productions (Top Chef, Project Runway) and executive produced by Dan Cutforth, Jane Lipsitz, Julio Kollerbohm and Michelle Kongkasuwan. Lauren Gellert and Annabelle McDonald serve as the executive producers for WE tv.
SWV REUNITED is produced for We tv by Entertainment One Television (eOne), executive produced by Tara Long, John Morayniss, Eric Hoberman and Howie Miller. Lauren Gellert and Kate Farrell serve as the executive producers for WE tv.
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WE tv's popular slate of fresh and modern unscripted original series includes the hit shows Braxton Family Values, Mary Mary and Marriage Boot Camp, among many others. We tv debuted its first scripted series, The Divide, from Richard LaGravenese and Tony Goldwyn, earlier this summer. Audiences connect to We tv online at WEtv.com, on demand and in social media. We tv is owned and operated by AMC Networks Inc., alongside its sister channels AMC, IFC and SundanceTV, and is available in over 85 million U.S. homes and across all platforms.