Sister Wives fans call for Christine Brown to score spinoff show after she DUMPS husband Kody and moves back to Utah

CHRISTINE Brown may be done being a Sister Wife, but fans of the reality show aren't ready to say goodbye.

After Christine and husband Kody's marital problems became too much to overcome, the 49-year-old revealed that she has left her husband.


Fans on Reddit seems to want to see what is next for the mother of six, and even suggested a Christine-headed spinoff.

One fan created a mock promotional poster for a proposed new show, featuring a smiling Christine ready to take on a new life.

The suggested name of the show: "Sister Wives: The Single Life."

Other fans instantly voiced their support and approval.

One responded: "I would watch that show in a minute!!

While another added: "Yes please! I love Christine and want her to have every amazing opportunity! I want to see her THRIVE!!"

A third made a direct appeal to the show's cable home: "Yes! TLC, are you reading this? This. This is what the people want!"

One fan even suggested a plot for the pretend show: "If I was Christine I’d go out & find 3 hot young brother husbands just to piss Kody off. Then build a giant house for them to live in on Coyote Pass. Secure that spin off show.

"There’d be a lot of footage of Kody & Robyn just glaring at the brother husbands when they come visit Coyote Pass to swim in the drainage ditch."

THE SPLIT

On Tuesday, Christine and her husband Kody, 52, announced their separation after 25 years of marriage.

Christine shared the news on Instagram: “After more than 25 years together, Kody and I have grown apart and I have made the difficult decision to leave.

"We will continue to be a strong presence in each other’s lives as we parent our beautiful children and support our wonderful family.

"At this time, we ask for your grace and kindness as we navigate through this stage within our family. With love, Christine Brown.”

Shortly after, Kody released a statement of his own over Twitter.

The emotional post read: "Christine's decision to leave comes with a great deal of sadness.

"We enjoyed many years together and I have a large amount of respect and admiration for her.

"Although we are moving forward on different paths, we will always remain committed parents."

Kody and Christine spiritually married in 1994.

She joined his first wife Meri and second wife Janelle, as Robyn entered the family in 2010.

They share children Mykelti, Aspyn, Ysabel, Paedon, Gwendlyn and Truley.

TROUBLE IN PARAISE

Speculation of a split began back in November 2020 after it was revealed Kody had sold the family home to Christine.

A few months later, Christine then moved to Utah, leaving Kody and her sister wives Meri, 50, Janelle, 52, and Robyn, 43, behind in Arizona, which added to the rumors circulating around their relationship status.

Back in April 2021, Christine was brought to tears and admitted she “can't do marriage with Kody anymore,” as she “doesn’t matter” to him.

Fans will soon get a chance to watch the drama unfold, as Christine has confirmedthe split was documented for the show.

She made the announcement on her LuLaRoe Facebook group, after fans started asking about her breakup: "I know you probably have many questions for me, but because my leaving has been documented as part of our family’s show, most of your questions will be answered on our episodes.

The reality star went on to promise fans that this coming season: "all questions would be answered."

NEW SEASON REVELATIONS

A trailer for the upcoming season of Sister Wives previewed their tumultuous end.

Christine said in her confessional: “Covid has brought out how much we want to be a family. We're not. I don't think Kody wants to live together again. I think he wants to live separate.”

The stressed out mom went on to admit: “The best I could give today is pretend. I don’t want to move on the property. I want to move back to Utah.

On last season's Sister Wives, Christine expressed her desire to move back to Utah now that polygamy has been decriminalized in their home state.

“Why would I want to live on the property with a dysfunctional marriage where right over there he's got a full-functioning marriage. Who would ever want to live like that?”



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