While celebrating the family's new project on WE tv, Dr. Evelyn Braxton said, "I hope that through each one of our experiences, you’ll grow with us"
The Braxtons are heading back to the television screen!
WE tv announced on Tuesday that Toni, Towanda, Trina, Tamar and matriarch Dr. Evelyn Braxton will reunite for a new reality series, The Braxtons.
More than three years after their docuseries Braxton Family Values came to end, the ladies will “share new love, success, heartbreak, ongoing family dynamics and so much more” on the new show, according to a press release from the network.
“Thank you all for sharing our lives. I hope that through each one of our experiences, you’ll grow with us,” Evelyn, 76, shared in a statement on behalf of the family. “Inspiring you in your endeavors, and teaching you the importance of family, love, and experiencing life. Remember, we’re not perfect, we’re only human. Look at God.”
The network promises the new series will chronicle the famous family’s “never before seen private moments, from quarantine to the devastating loss of their sister Traci and taking viewers into their lives as they build this new chapter without her.”
The series comes nearly two years after Traci died at age 50 in March 2022. Toni, 56, announced the news of her sister's death on Instagram, calling her “a bright light, a wonderful daughter, an amazing sister, a loving mother, wife, grandmother and a respected performer.”
Viewers will see Evelyn help her daughters to “heal together, turning pain into promise as they use the pain to power themselves and band together.”
This season will also chronicle “Toni launching her Las Vegas residency, ‘Love and Laughter,’ with Cedr -
ic the Entertainer at the Cosmopolitan. Towanda is balancing business and motherhood as she raises two teenagers, all while playing a major role in the life of her nephew, Kevin, who is navigating life without his mother, Traci. Trina is balancing her businesses and being a mother to her two sons navigating adulthood. And Tamar is expanding her music and media empire, balancing motherhood, and navigating how to juggle it all,” according to a synopsis from the network.
But, don’t forget about Evelyn who is on the search for “a life partner.”
Brett Dismuke, Head of Content for WE tv and ALLBLK, celebrated the family’s return to reality TV after the end of Braxton Family Values, which ran for seven seasons from 2011 to 2020, in a statement.
“It is not overstating things to say this is one of the most significant developments in the history of WE tv and a moment the fans have been waiting for since the final episode of Braxton Family Values aired on December 17, 2020,” he said. “The Braxtons are one of the founding families of reality television and WE tv viewers were along for the ride through every moment of their original pioneering series, which spanned 148 unforgettable episodes.”
He continued: “We are thrilled to welcome them back and once again be able to share these dynamic relationships and all the highs, lows, triumphs, setbacks and drama that fall in between."
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The Braxtons will air on WE tv. A premiere date has not yet been announced.