“Shaking up the family tree with sibling synchronicity…”
Sure, play like you don’t know all the words to the “Sister, Sister” theme song. I’ll even wait while you try to remember the choreography to the remixed version played during their college years.
Whatever your memories of Tia and Tamera Mowry, add this to your good news file: Tia and Tamera’s reality show on the Style Network has been picked up for a second season. TV By the Numbers reports that the docu-series, which highlights Tia’s pregnancy and Tamera’s newlywed life with Fox News Channel correspondent Adam Housley, has boasted record ratings with 17 million unique viewers to date. The show also features their work to maintain thriving professional careers, one launched by their 1990s sitcom smash “Sister, Sister”.
“With a total of 17 millions viewers to date, being positive isn’t so bad after all!” Tamera tweeted.
Tempered with as many tears as it is infectious laughter, “Tia and Tamera” and its success are a continued nod for the wholesome, particularly in a landscape flooded with reality-flavored images of Black women throwing drinks and losing their tempers. Entertaining and endearing, “Tia and Tamera” is a thumbs up to married life, motherhood, and sisterly love. These real-life wives are a positive counter to another show on cable TV’s Monday night line-up.
Season two production is scheduled to begin this year, with season one ending its 8-episode run on Monday, October 3rd.