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“Braxton Family Values” Renewed For Second Season, Sisters Pose For New Photo Shoot [Photos]


Braxton Family Values Coming Back For A Second Season After Only Four Episodes

WE tv announced today the renewal of the network’s popular original series, Braxton Family Values, only 4 episodes into the first season.

As previously reported the series follows singer/songwriter Toni Braxton and her four sisters – Tamar, Trina, Towanda and Traci – as they navigate the drama created by the relationships among them.

During a sit-down with HipHopWired, Traci Braxton previously mentioned that she hoped every woman could relate to their day-to-day struggles because “every woman is a Braxton.”

Luckily viewers agreed with Traci and 13 new one-hour episodes will premiere in 2012.

Speaking on the renewal of the now hit show, Toni Braxton released a statement saying,

My Family and I are so grateful for the love and support the fans have for the show. We all hoped people could relate to our family dynamic and are thrilled with the positive response we have received. We are all very much looking forward to bringing you another eventful season of Braxton Family Values.”

Braxton Family Values airs every Tuesday at 9pm on WE tv.

In celebration of their recent renewal, all five of the Braxton sisters posed for a photoshoot with famed photographer Robert Ector.

The photos will be used for the upcoming issue of “Todays Black Woman” magazine and features styling from Leah Taylor.

Check out the Braxtons below.

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  • ambergotafatcat

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  • lively09

    All the ladies look beautiful. At first Tamar really got on my nerves, but I really like her. Toni is my favorite, because she is so beautiful and talented, and the other sisters are unique and beautiful. I’m glad people really gave this show a chance, and its coming back. It’s good to see black women on T.V. dealing with issues we all at sometime in our lives go through.