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Think having three wives is a dream come true? Think again. Meet Bill Henrickson (Bill Paxton), a practicing polygamist who lives in suburban Salt Lake City with his three wives and seven children. An independent businessman who runs a growing chain of hardware stores, Bill faces a myriad of challenges in meeting the emotional, romantic and financial needs of his wives - Barb (Jeanne Tripplehorn), Nicki (Chloe Sevigny) and Margene (Ginnifer Goodwin) - while dealing with thier kids, three adjoined houses, an ever-mounting avalanche of bills, and the opening of his newest hardware store. Complicating matters are a series of crises affecting his parents, Frank and Lois (Bruce Dern and Grace Zabriskie), who live on a polygamist compound in rural Utah, as well as an unexpected business challenge from Roman (Harry Dean Stanton), one of his fathers-in-law and the 'Prophet' of the polygamist commune where his parents live.
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Reviewed on 23/06/2012 by
Just finished watching season one and I am hooked. Just started on season two. Can really recommend this series and there are five to watch. Give it a go - I'm sure you will love it too. You will soon come to see, having several wives is not as simple as it sounds - things soon become very complicated.