Top Stories

Kim Jong Un is prepared for war with the U.S. The North Korean leader says he will continue missle testing despite requests to stop.
Multi-Grammy winner Keith Urban washonored at Grammys on the Hill inin Washington, DC for his commitment to music education in schools.
It supports captions, HTML elements and videos.

TUNE IN ALERT: 'Thicker Than Water' season 3

buzzz worthy. . .

In the trailor for season 3 of Bravo's "Thicker Than Water," in the midst of good news--a vow renewal and couple of babies on the way--Brooklyn and her father, Ben Tankard still have unresolved issues. Before storming off from a one-on-one with her dad Brooklyn slams her hands on the table and says, " You lying. He's a f*(*ing  pastor and he's a liar." Jewel is still keeping a close eye on Cyrene who started school at Howard University in DC, but reveals a shocking secret from her past while visiting Detroit.  There are many signs that the house that Ben Tankard built will soon come crumbling down, but in the end the family perseveres.

Bravo Media's larger than life Tankard family returns bolder than ever when season three premieres on Sunday, March 27 at 10PM ET/PT. Leading the charge are Ben and Jewel Tankard with their self-proclaimed "Black Brady Bunch" which includes Brooklyn, Britney, Diamond, Benji, Shanira, Cyrene, Marcus, with his wife, Tish, and their newborn son Micah.

This season, preacher and patriarch, Ben faces the stark reality that the Tankard household has become an empty nest and also realizes there are deep emotional wounds that need to be healed within the family, mainly between him and his eldest daughter Brooklyn. Embracing a new chapter in her life, Jewel prepares to welcome her grandchild and launch her very own nationally syndicated television talk show while trying to reconnect with Cyrene, who went to her freshman year of college meek and mild, but reemerged as a certified wild child. 

 Meanwhile, Britney, healthier than ever, is unable to shake the notion that a baby is what's missing most in her life and embarks on a journey to make her dreams of motherhood come true while Benji and Shanira eagerly await the arrival of their first child. Marcus plans to expand his ministry into Nashville but can't hide his frustration with his family's adamant criticism of his wife's parenting skills. From an eye-opening girls trip to Jewel's hometown of Detroit to a traumatizing secret haunting Cyrene, it's a season of breakthrough and transformation that forces the family to embrace each other and move forward to a place of joy and love. 

For a sneak peek of the series, please visit: 

"Thicker Than Water" is produced by Sirens Media with Rebecca Toth Diefenbach, Valerie Haselton Drescher, Lucilla D'Agostino, Caroline Self, and Rahel Tennione serving as Executive Producers and John Doe Productions with Renard Young and Darren Toon serving as Executive Producers.