Braxton Family Values
|Braxton Family Values|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||3|
|No. of episodes||47|
|Executive producer(s)||Annabelle McDonald|
|Running time||40 to 43 minutes |
|Production company(s)||Magical Elves Productions|
|Original channel||WE tv|
|Picture format||480i (SDTV) |
|Original run||April 12, 2011– present|
|Related shows||Tamar & Vince|
Braxton Family Values is an American reality documentary television series on WE tv. The series debuted on April 12, 2011 and features the rambunctious, tight-knit Braxton sisters — Grammy Award-winning artist Toni Braxton, Traci, Towanda, Trina and Tamar — and their headstrong mother, Evelyn, and offers an inside look at their lives and the drama of family chaos.
In July 2012, WE tv renewed the show for a third season that debuted on March 14, 2013. The newest season includes Toni Braxton and Tamar Braxton as they both produce and promote their "Chapter VIII: The Encore of a Gemstone" and "Love and War" albums.
Main cast 
Toni Braxton 
(Season 1 - present) The Superstar
Toni Michelle Braxton was born October 7, 1967 in Severn, Maryland as the first daughter of Michael and Evelyn Braxton. Toni spent much of her childhood with her sisters watching Soul Train and listening to music.
As she grew older, Toni became inspired by the greats such as Stevie Wonder and Chaka Khan. Her mother's religious teachings eventually contributed to Toni's musical style as well. She discovered her singing talents as a member of the church choir, which her mother founded. Although Toni knew she wanted to pursue a singing career, she also received a college education at Bowie State University. While studying to be a teacher, Toni never gave up music. She continued singing lessons to fulfill her true passion in life. Remaining true to their love for music, Toni and her sisters formed a group called "The Braxtons." Their first single "The Good Life" managed to catch the ear of Babyface and Antonio "L.A." Reid," of LaFace Records. "The Good Life" was good enough for Toni's career, as it led to her record contract with LaFace. Toni’s singles such as "Give U My Heart" (a duet with Babyface) and "Love Shoulda Brought You Home" both appeared on the Billboard charts. Her debut album, the self-entitled "Toni Braxton," was released in 1993 and spawned the hits "Another Sad Love Song," "You Mean The World To Me" and "Breathe Again." Her critically acclaimed album and sultry style earned her a Grammy for Best New Artist in 1993. Her follow-up album, "Secrets", also did not disappoint.
The hit song "Un-Break My Heart" is still considered Toni’s biggest international single. Toni also contributed to another soundtrack: the female bonding film Waiting to Exhale. Toni has also had a successful run with her show, Toni Braxton Revealed, which takes place in Las Vegas. Toni has sold over 60 million albums and singles and has starred in two Disney Broadway hit shows, Beauty and the Beast and Aida. Along with all her accomplishments, six Grammy awards she also has managed to be mother of two boys and the spokesperson for Autism Speaks. She is currently training four new background singers. Toni released the lead single "I Heart You" from her untitled upcoming seventh studio album on iTunes on March 29, 2012. It was written and produced by Toni Braxton & Keri Lewis (her ex-Husband). The music video premired on YouTube on March 29, 2012. 'I Heart You' charted at number 1 on the Billboard US Hot Dance Club Songs.
Toni was due to release a second single from her untitled upcoming seventh album before the end of 2012, but she was hospitalized for complications arising from lupus in December 2012. The Grammy winner is expected to "do just fine and recover completely," say her doctors, who stress that the incident is "just a side effect of living with lupus.
Traci Braxton 
(Season 1 - present) The-Wild Card
Traci Renee Braxton was born April 2, 1972, the 3rd child and second daughter born to Michael and Evelyn Braxton. She is a talented writer and singer, and is a genuine people person. She contributed much of her adult life to social work for children with disabilities. Due to her decision to settle down and start a family early in life, Traci missed out on the opportunity of being a part of "The Braxtons" group, as the label refused her because she was pregnant. Traci still searches for her rightful place in the entertainment industry. Traci lives in Maryland with her husband, Kevin and her son, Kevin Jr. She doesn't want to continue to be known as "The Wannabe". Traci is a member of Zeta Phi Beta sorority.
Towanda Braxton 
(Season 1 - present) The Responsible One
Towanda Chloe Braxton was born on September 18, 1973, the 4th child and third daughter. Even though Towanda and her siblings were reared in the church singing, Towanda knew she wanted to spread her wings and become a trailblazer in her own right as an entertainer. At a young age Towanda had the natural gift for acting. She studied music education at Bowie State University and is also a member of Zeta Phi Beta sorority. Towanda played the role as Lorelle in the off Broadway play "Dreamgirls". Although in the past Towanda was a part of "The Braxtons" album with Tamar and Trina in 1996, she is searching for more in the world of entertainment. Towanda was a main character in the Emmy award-winning show "Starting Over." She has also been exercising her drama muscle with acting workshops.
Towanda resides in Atlanta, Georgia with two small children and her husband, Andre. She hopes to fulfill her dreams and become a successful writer and actress. She is currently working closely with Toni in her business affairs and singing background.
Trina Braxton 
(Season 1 - present) The Party Girl
Trina Evelyn Braxton, the 5th child/4th daughter, was born December 3, 1974. She is a multi-talented actress and singer. Most notably she has acted in Tyler Perry’s play Meet the Browns. As well as being an actress, Trina started singing with her sisters when she was barely a pre-teen – they formed a group known as "The Braxtons". While she is in the group, she discovered her passion for songwriting and modeling. Trina is married to Gabriel Solis. They reside in Atlanta, Georgia with their sons, Eric (1994) and Caleb (1997). Recently, Trina finds herself singing background for sister, Toni, and contributing vocals for a wedding band called "Simply Irresistible". In addition, Trina also juggles her busy schedule as mom and wife, with her career as singer and aspiring actress. Now that Trina’s children are all grown-up she enjoys her "me time" partaking in the nightlife scene. Trina's ultimate goal is to find success in her marriage and family relationships, to be a great parent and to be content with her career.
Trina released her debut single "Party or Go Home" on March 26, 2012 on iTunes. The music video premired on her YouTube channel TRINA BRAXTON on September 14, 2012 and on her Vevo channel in October 9, 2012. Trina is currently currently signed to SolTri Entertainment LLC. Trina is set to release her 'EP' titled Time of My Life at the end of February early March 2013.
Tamar Braxton 
(Season 1 - present) The Diva
Tamar Estine Braxton was born March 17, 1977, and is the youngest of the Braxton children. Tamar knew as early as 3 years old that she wanted to be on the stage. As the youngest Braxton child, Tamar holds the "family bond" above all else. Tamar works diligently to direct her passion for her sisters & brother/family in a way that it bolsters an honest and close relationship with all. She is an extremely outspoken person, especially concerning her family relationships. Tamar started singing background for her sister, Toni, at age 11. She was also a member of the sisters’ group "The Braxtons". Tamar released her debut album Tamar (album) in 2000 via Dreamworks Records. This underperformed and she was dropped from the label.
While writing and actively singing on Toni’s albums, Tamar began working closely with "super producer"/music executive Vincent Herbert. The two married in the fall of 2008. Despite the portrayal of her singing career on the show, While still being a well sought after background singer, Tamar signed a new deal with her husband’s record label and is currently working on her second album. She is currently in the process of having, "popsicle babies" (in vitro).
Along with working on her own music, Tamar also was a featured background vocalist in Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way. Tamar is also a voice-over for Will Smith’s web-a-sodes, "The Fresh Prince". At the Braxton Family Reunion, Wendy Williams announced that other than Toni, Tamar was voted the Favorite Braxton for the second season in a row.
Tamar released her first single "Love and War" on December 6, 2012 via iTunes. Within hours of its release, "Love and War" shot to the top of the US iTunes chart. Lady Gaga’s co-sign helped push “Love and War” to No. 1 on the iTunes charts. Gaga asked her 31+ million monsters on Twitter to support Tamar admitting she never promotes other artists:
- “K I NEVER PROMOTE ARTISTS but if u want your mind blown check @tamarbraxtonher “Love & War” She’s Toni Braxton sister + her voice is BEYOND,” she tweeted.
Selling 84,000 downloads in its first week of release, it debuted at number 3 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Digital Songs chart, also claiming "Hot Shot Debut honors" when it debuted at number 57 on the Billboard Hot 100, making it her first appearance on the chart. "Love and War" also became her first top 20 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, at number 13 and first number 1 on the Heatseekers Songs chart. In its second week, the song fell to number 97 on the Hot 100 chart. "Love and War" charted at number 6 on the UK R&B iTunes charts on December 7, 2012.
Evelyn Braxton 
(Season 1 - present) Mother
Evelyn Braxton (born January 14, 1948) was an operatic singer at one time.
Supporting cast 
- Vincent Herbert (Tamar's husband and Toni's former manager) —Vincent Herbert is a Music Producer/Executive in the Los Angeles, California area and is a very wealthy man.
- Andre Carter (Towanda's husband) - Andre Carter is a writer, who works at home and cares for his two children
- Gabriel Gabe Solis (Trina's husband) —Solis is a software developer. He is a Cum Laude graduate from Georgia State University, and served four-years in the United States Air Force. When asked what the best of being married to Trina is, Gabe answers: "getting to wake up to her every morning". He's nicknamed "Fun-snatcher"
- Keri Lewis (Toni's ex-husband) —Lewis is a musician and a former member of the R&B band, Mint Condition. Toni and Keri met while on Toni's tour. The two have two children, Denim and Diezel. Along with his estranged wife, Lewis is active with Autism Speaks, using his celebrity to raise money for a cure to the neurodevelopmental disorder. Although a member of the family and cast, Lewis is rarely seen on camera due to his choice to be a recurring character. Lewis and Braxton announced their separation in 2009, although they still co-parent their children and remain great friends.
- Michael Braxton Sr.(born June 26, 1947) (Braxton sisters' father and Evelyn's ex-husband) —Evelyn and her Reverend husband, Michael Sr., were married for nearly 35 years when Evelyn discovered that her husband (& father to all 6 of her children) was having a relationship outside of their marriage that had spanned over 9 years! She immediately divorced him. Reverend Michael Braxton remarried (within 60 days of his divorce) to the woman he had cheated on his wife with.
- Dr. Sherry Blake (Braxton Family Psychologist) —Dr. Sherry, as she is affectionately known by members of the cast, has a recurring role on the show doing therapy sessions with Braxton family members.
- Attorney "Antavius Weems" Braxton —Family Attorney
|Season||Episodes||Season Premiere||Season Finale|
|1||11||April 12, 2011||June 14, 2011|
|2||26||November 10, 2011||September 21, 2012|
|3||13||March 14, 2013||June 6, 2013|
Season 1 (2011) 
|No. in |
|No. in |
|Title||Original air date||U.S. viewers |
|1||1||"The Bermuda Triangle"||April 12, 2011||N/A|
|2||2||"Taste of a Wedding Singer"||April 19, 2011||N/A|
|3||3||"It's My Birthday"||April 26, 2011||N/A|
|4||4||"I Love L.A."||May 3, 2011||TBA|
|5||5||"From Russia With Love"||May 10, 2011||N/A|
|6||6||"Getting the Band Back Together"||May 17, 2011||N/A|
|7||7||"Dog of a Birthday Party"||May 24, 2011||N/A|
|8||8||"To Play or Not to Playboy"||May 31, 2011||N/A|
|9||9||"You Can't Go Home Again"||June 7, 2011||0.68|
|10||10||"Guess Who's Coming to Dinner"||June 14, 2011||1.06|
|11||11||"Braxton Family Reunion"||June 14, 2011||N/A|
Season 2 (2011-2012) 
|No. in |
|No. in |
|Title||Original air date||U.S. viewers |
|12||1||"R.E.S.P.E.C.T"||November 10, 2011||1.18|
|13||2||"Beauty School Dropout"||November 17, 2011||0.85|
|14||3||"A Snooping Dog"||December 1, 2011||N/A|
|15||4||"Toni's New Doo-Wop Chick"||December 8, 2011||0.80|
|16||5||"The Graduate"||December 15, 2011||0.86|
|17||6||"The Family Unites"||December 22, 2011||N/A|
|18||7||"Family Feuding"||December 29, 2011||0.97|
|19||8||"NYC or Bust"||January 5, 2012||0.86|
|20||9||"Like Husband, Like Wife"||January 12, 2012||1.08|
|21||10||"Sisters at War"||January 19, 2012||0.98|
|22||11||"Desert Divas"||January 26, 2012||1.39|
|23||12||"Rocky Relationships"||February 2, 2012||1.12|
|24||13||"Critical Condition"||February 9, 2012||1.09|
|25||14||"Stir Crazy"||February 16, 2012||0.99|
|26||15||"Soul-o Act"||February 23, 2012||0.93|
|27||16||"Bridezilla"||March 1, 2012||0.91|
|28||17||"Wedding Daze"||March 8, 2012||0.91|
|29||18||"A Clean Break"||March 15, 2012||0.86|
|30||19||"We Got You"||March 22, 2012||0.86|
|31||20||"Reunion Special"||March 29, 2012||N/A|
|32||21||"Baby Business and Background Singers"||August 16, 2012||0.90|
|33||22||"Sock It to 'Em"||August 23, 2012||0.82|
|34||23||"Great Eggspectations"||August 30, 2012||0.86|
|35||24||"Birthday Party or Go Home"||September 6, 2012||N/A|
|36||25||"Making the Cut"||September 13, 2012||0.77|
|37||26||"For Better or Worse"||September 20, 2012||0.96|
Season 3 (2013) 
|No. in |
|No. in |
|Title||Original air date||U.S. viewers |
|38||1||"Ciao, Braxtons!"||March 14, 2013||1.01|
|39||2||"Lights, Camera, Braxton Drama"||March 21, 2013||0.92|
|40||3||"The Tamar-vention"||March 28, 2013||0.95|
|41||4||"Papa Knows Best"||April 4, 2013||0.92|
|42||5||"Traci's Bustin' Out!"||April 11, 2013||0.94|
|43||6||"Party in the DMV"||April 18, 2013||1.17|
|44||7||"A Diva's Dilemma"||April 25, 2013||0.89|
|45||8||"What's Cookin' in the Oven?"||May 2, 2013||0.88|
|46||9||"Hello Baby, Goodbye Dog"||May 9, 2013||0.98|
|47||10||"Sister Act"||May 16, 2013||0.82|
Braxton Family Values premiered along side new series Sinbad: It's Just Family averaging a 0.6 in the 18-49 demo. Toni Braxton later tweeted that the show had the #1 reality show ratings in WeTV's history. On May 10, 2011, after only four episodes having been aired, the show was renewed for a 19-episode second season. There 19 more one-hour episodes of “Braxton Family Values” aired on the WE channel starting on November 10, 2011. “We all hoped people could relate to our family dynamic and are thrilled with the positive response we have received," Braxton, who lives in Duluth area of Atlanta, Georgia, said in a statement. "We are all very much looking forward to bringing you another eventful season." It has recently been announced the second season will have 19 episodes. On August 16, 2012 Wetv ordered six more episodes of the second season of Braxton Family Values, before the premiere of Tamar And Vince.
DVD Releases 
Season 1 was released as a 3-disc set in 2011, featuring all 10 episodes, the Reunion episode and "Sisters Dish" clips. Due to an unknown reason or error, episode 2 and 3 appear reversed in the running order on disc 1.
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- Toni Braxton’s ‘I Heart You’ #1* Billboard Dance Chart!
- Toni Braxton Hospitalized for Lupus-Related Health Issues | Billboard
- iTunes - Music - Party or Go Home - Single by Trina Braxton
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- Trina Braxton - Party or Go Home - YouTube
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- Connecting to the iTunes Store
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- Tamar Braxton Confirms Pregnancy on ‘Good Morning America’ | Vibe
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- Gossip | Tamar Braxton Brings 'Love & War' To GMA (Video) | Singersroom
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