Braxton Family Values
Nov 10, 2011 09:00 PMTV Network - WE TV
On the first season of "Braxton Family Values" we learned that there is a family with the last name of Braxton. We also learned that said family has values. Furthermore, it was explained to us that one Toni Braxton is a member of the Braxton family, but that she is not the only Braxton woman, Toni has four sisters -- Tamar, Trina, Towanda, and Traci. All the women are a part of this series and, it is through their eyes that we get to learn about the values that one family (the Braxtons, in case you weren't paying attention) hold dear. Tonight, season two begins; perhaps their values will have shifted.
Mar 14, 2013TV Network - WE TV
In our family, many people have the letter 'J' starting their name. This is not the case in the Braxton family where mother Evelyn named her daughters Toni, Tamar, Towanda, Traci, and Trina. Yes, Evelyn Braxton went with the letter 'T.' How much has that influenced their lives? Probably not all that much. Watch this series not for the secrets of the letter 'T,' but rather for the opportunity to see just what the Braxton women are up to now and what roadblocks they're looking to overcome. The third season is slated to be 13 episodes long and begins tonight.
Aug 16, 2012TV Network - WE TV
You have got your Toni Braxton, your Tamar Braxton, your Towanda Braxton, your Traci Braxton, your Trina Braxton, and Your Tevelyn Braxton. Wait, no, that last one isn't right, there is no Tevelyn Braxton even though there probably out to be. Instead, there's an Evelyn Braxton and it is Evelyn who named all the other Braxtons as Evelyn is their mother (and she should go by Tevelyn, that would be awesome). Do you think she knew that they'd have this reality show decades later, because all those names do work really well for a reality show, don't they?
Mar 22, 2012TV Network - WE TV
Over the course of the two seasons of "Braxton Family Values" we have learned a whole lot about what the Braxton family's values are. We, quite honestly, don't feel as though their values are terribly different from the values many families have, but because they're a celebrity family, they get shown in different ways. Heightened ways, if you will. And, it is because their ways are heightened that that the show is fun to watch. Average families who have nothing going on may have the same values, but they're just not as much fun on television. Heightened. You want heightened reality for television and that's what this is.