Sister Wives Season 18 wrapped up with Kody Brown losing three of his wives. There were also tensions regarding the division of Coyote Pass, as the ex-wives thought it was split unequally. After the finale, TLC gave viewers a glimpse of the Tell-All, which will feature a surprising special guest. It will be hosted by Sukanya Krishnan, who served in last season’s Tell-All. A lot of fans are getting curious about the hosts as well. Keep reading to learn more about her.
Sister Wives: Sukanya Krishnan Has Been A TLC Regular
Aside from Sister Wives Tell-All, Sukanya has also appeared in other TLC shows. She hosted the network’s Find Love Live in 2020. Viewers may also remember her from serving on 90 Day Fiance: Love Games, which aired on Discovery+ in 2021. She has a habit of asking some of the most popular questions to her guests. Due to this, fans can expect that Season 18’s Tell-All will be as explosive as the previous season. Sukanya is presently married to Eric Schroeder. She’s a mother of two who resides in New York City.
Sukanya Has An Impressive Resume
Sukanya has been in the media industry for years. She previously worked as a news anchor on Good Day Wake Up. The Sister Wives Tell-All host is also a five-time Emmy Award winner. The 52-year-old holds the record as the first South Asian American to anchor news in the biggest news industries. Her popularity even resulted in her cameo in the TV series The Sopranos.
Sukanya Krishnan graduated from Dickinson College with a bachelor’s degree in Spanish. She directed the 2020 TV series Find Love Live and even did a podcast during the Covid-19 pandemic called The Suki & Scott Show.
Sister Wives: Sukanya Krishnan’s Big Reveal In The Upcoming Tell-All
Sukanya has big things prepared for the upcoming Sister Wives Tell-All. During TLC’s sneak peek, it was revealed that she invited Christine’s significant other, David Woolley, to the show. The preview also showed intense interviews, including Robyn starting to shade the former third wife.
The cast members seem a lot more open to Sukanya Krishnan in the trailer, implying that there’s going to be no-holds-barred discussions. The network also revealed that the Tell-All will be split into four parts, with the first episode airing on November 26, 2023.
Sister Wives has become one of TLC’s biggest reality shows in recent years. Due to this, some fans are hoping that it will get renewed at some point and feature the new lives of Kody and his ex-wives outside of polygamy.
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