Whitney shares her long-term plans for ‘Big Girl Dance Class’ and reveals where she gets all that confidence.
Adam and Danielle Busby defy all odds by giving birth to the first set of all girl quintuplets in the US. After four months in the NICU, the quints come home and along with four-year-old sister Blayke, turn Adam and Danielle's lives upside down.
Adam and Danielle struggle to keep up with the demands of the quintuplets while also making time for 4-year-old daughter, Blayke. Later, a baby photo shoot with the quints turns into pure chaos when Grandma Mimi shows up late to help.
Adam returns to work, leaving Danielle to care for the quintuplets and Blayke by herself for the first time. On Adam's first day back, Hazel falls ill with a fever, leaving the family scrambling and Danielle feeling overwhelmed and alone.
Adam & Danielle realize they need a larger home, but house hunting proves stressful when they realize what a larger house will cost. Later, the family heads back to their hometown & Danielle comes up with an idea that could solve all their problems.
The Busbys are back & life is more chaotic than ever! Adam & Danielle have their hands full chasing after their 15 month old quints. And when a doctor recommends an extreme medical procedure for one of the girls, the Busbys face a difficult decision.
The Busbys take a road trip to Lake Charles to help Mimi with her garage sale, and Danielle learns some shocking news from her mom. Meanwhile Danielle & Adam wrestle with a difficult decision of whether or not to allow Hazel to have eye surgery.
When Hazel undergoes eye surgery, Adam and Danielle must anxiously wait to find out if it was a success. Meanwhile at home, life is chaotic as usual as Blayke prepares for kindergarten and Mimi officially moves in.
When Danielle catches the flu, Mimi struggles to take care of 5 babies on her own. Adam plans a 10-year anniversary surprise for Danielle. Later, when Danielle gives a speech for the hospital, she faces the painful past of having premature babies.
Danielle and Adam explore sending the quints to nursery school, but when one of the them isn't allowed to go, the Busbys face the difficult decision of splitting the girls up. As for Mimi, living under the Busby roof has begun to take a serious toll.
After Danielle confronts Adam about his money spending ways, they realize they need to make some tough choices to provide for their six girls. They also continue to step up their efforts to get Hazel walking so she can join her sisters in pre-school.
It's Halloween, but before the Busbys can celebrate the Quints' first trick-or-treat outing, they have to find costumes, shop for pumpkins and get the new house ready for a Halloween party, all while making a final decision on a $100,000 investment.
It's the quints' first family vacation! But with five toddlers running wild, it may feel more like work than vacation time for Adam and Danielle. Meanwhile, Adam struggles to tell his brother-in-law, and boss, about the new business he's starting.
It's Thanksgiving at the Busby household! Adam & Danielle decide to host 20 people but soon realize they have bitten off more than they can chew. Meanwhile, Hazel has a major breakthrough and Adam & Danielle push Mimi to consider apartment living.
When a talk show asks the Busbys to make a live TV appearance in New York, the family heads to the Big Apple. But traveling with 6 kids is as difficult as it sounds! And a last-minute trip to the doctor has Danielle and Adam concerned about Hazel.
With the quints hitting the 'terrible twos' the Busbys are busier than ever! Danielle plans a romantic Valentine's Day dinner for Adam, but things don't go as planned. Adam and Danielle prepare themselves for Hazel's upcoming eye appointment.
Meet the Busby Family, which includes mom Danielle, dad Adam, 4-year old daughter Blayke, and 5 baby girls. 40 bottles a day, 420 diapers a week and feedings every 3 hours became the new normal for Danielle & Adam when they welcomed home the only all-female set of quintuplets.
Veronica “Pooh” Nash-Poleate, a school guidance counselor and viral video sensation, is doing house calls – giving advice and spreading love every step of the way. Veronica’s sense of humor matcher with her no-nonsense approach is just what these people need.
Controlled chaos is just part of the daily routine for Kate Gosselin and her eight children. Follow the incredible family as the kids get older and tackle new adventures.
Comedy queen Leah Remini is proving that real life is funnier than fiction. Joined by her fun-loving, unfiltered family and friends, Leah’s world is occasionally outrageous, but always filled with love.
Theresa Caputo is an average mom from Long Island in every way except one: she talks to the dead. Theresa spends her days with her loving family and helping individuals connect to the spirits of their departed loved ones. This is not her job…this is her life.
Welcome to the world’s premier bridal salon, Kleinfeld Bridal. Part fashion show, part bridal story, part family therapy…Randy Fenoli & a team of specialists guide brides through the process of selecting, altering & delivering each dress in time for their perfect day.
Lori Allen and Monte Durham bring a little Southern charm to one of the busiest bridal salons in the nation. These southern belle brides keep the staff on their toes in order to ensure they get the perfect dress for their special day.
At first glance, the Browns are a typical big American family, but as patriarch Kody explains; “I fell in love, fell in love again, and then again, and then again.” This is a look at the polygamist lifestyle of Kody Brown, his 4 wives, and their extraordinary family.
Being extraordinarily tall will certainly help anyone stand out, but for these four women, their height is the only thing people seem to notice. Step into the shoes of women who are seemingly too tall, too lofty for the average-sized world, standing at 6 feet 6 inches & above.
From the most extravagant wedding gowns to explosive celebrations and the madness that follows, My Big Fat American Gypsy Wedding delves into the lives of America's most elusive communities - the world of Romanichel and Roma gypsies.