Extreme Sisters Season 2 - Here's What We Can Tell Fans So Far

If you ever thought that sharing a hairbrush with your sister was strange, just wait until you watch an episode or two of TLC's "Extreme Sisters." The series, which premiered its first season from April through June, examined the lives of five pairs of sisters who shared an incredibly unconventional bond. From sharing a boyfriend to breastfeeding each other's babies, the bond between these sisters is almost too close for comfort (or at least for the comfort of viewers).

"Having a close-knit family is something most people aspire to and at TLC, we love to explore relationships of all kinds," said Howard Lee, president of TLC Streaming and Network Originals in a press release. "'In Extreme Sisters,' we will introduce sets of inseparable sisters whose bonds are raw, honest, and perhaps a little unconventional. Their sibling kinship brings the meaning of sisterhood to a whole other level!"

Ahead, we share what we know thus far about the second season of TLC's "Extreme Sisters."

When can you expect the second season of the show to drop?

At this point in time, no news regarding a second season of "Extreme Sisters" has been released. Those who missed the first season of "Extreme Sisters" can watch the show on Discovery Plus and TLC's website.

Though TLC has yet to announce the fate of "Extreme Sisters," the network has announced that "Sister Wives," "I Am Jazz," "1000-Lb Sisters," "The Family Chantel," "7 Little Johnstons," and "My 600-Lb Life" will all be returning to TLC this fall, according to a press release published by The Futon Critic. The Brown family struggles to overcome challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic in "Sister Wives," which premieres on November 21. Jazz Jennings decides to focus on her mental health in the new season of "I Am Jazz" which premieres on November 30. Tammy enters food addiction rehab and Amy struggles to balance weight issues with being a mother on "1,000-LB Sisters," which debuts its latest season on November 15. The new season of "The Family Chantel," which follows "90 Day Fiancé" alums Chantel Everett and Pedro Jimeno, along with their immediate families, is set to premiere on October 11. Finally, "My 600-Lb Life" will be back on November 10 to document the emotional weight loss journey of morbidly obese cast members.

Who will appear in the second season of the show?

Nothing is known about who might appear in the second season of "Extreme Sisters," though it can perhaps be assumed that at least a few of the pairs of sisters will be returning to the show. "Extreme Sisters" features five pairs of sisters: Anna and Lucy, Brooke and Baylee, Brittany and Briana, Christina and Jessica, and Patrix and Patrica, according to a press release. Anna and Lucy have become one of the most controversial sister pairs on the show. The sisters share nearly everything with one another, from showering sessions to a boyfriend. During the first season of the show, Anna and Lucy, who shared boyfriend Ben, were hoping to get pregnant at the same exact time, according to Fox News. Meanwhile, sisters Brooke and Baylee (who both go by Candace, for some reason) are so close that Baylee shares a bed with Brooke and her husband, who has become increasingly uncomfortable with the sleeping arrangement.

Twin sisters Brittany and Briana, along with their husbands, who also happen to be twins, share a home with one another and have even shared the breastfeeding duties of their daughters, who were only born months apart, according to People. Christina and Jessica claim to be "psychic sisters," while Patrix spends most of her time helping her sister, Patrica, overcome a birth defect that left her missing a large portion of the fingers on her right hand, per the press release.

Have any new details been released about what viewers can expect in the show's second season?

Currently, no new details have been released about the second season of "Extreme Sisters." Based upon the tumultuous finale of the first season, it's likely that the show's second season will be just as dramatic as its first.

The first season of "Extreme Sisters" saw Anna and Lucy finally getting a promise ring from their shared boyfriend, Ben. Unfortunately, the thruple cannot get married due to Australian marriage laws, so a promise ring will have to do (for now), according to Meaww. Christina and Jessica's incredibly close relationship took a hit when Christina finally decided to pursue other relationships outside of the one she shared with her twin sister. As you might have guessed, this decision did not sit well with Jessica. Patrix and Patrica also face a setback when Patrix announces that she is ready to start a new life with her fiancé — in an entirely new state. Cast members Brooke and Baylee face a similar issue when Baylee's boyfriend asks her to move with him to another state.

Hopefully, TLC will give us an update about the fate of these "Extreme Sisters" at some point in the near future.