Sister Wives
Robyn Brown, Meri Brown, Kody Brown, Christine Brown and Janelle Brown arrive at “Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth-Live on Stage” in Las Vegas on April 14, 2012. Ethan Miller/Getty Images

Another season of their TLC series has come to an end and saw plenty of drama unfold for the Brown family. Now, Kody and his wives may need a new season of “Sister Wives” if they want to keep up with the homes they have built for themselves in Flagstaff.

Though the move to Arizona only just unfolded on the show, the Brown family actually headed to Flagstaff in the Summer of 2018, and unfortunately, they have been saddled with financial difficulties—including some issues with paying the taxes on their new properties. According to a report from Radar Online earlier this month, the family had failed to pay taxes on their Flagstaff properties, putting them in trouble with the Coconino County Treasurer’s Office.

According to that report, the parcel of land that is owned by Kody, Robyn and Christine failed to pay taxes of $2.063.70 last year, and interest that has since accrued has led to a past-due amount of $2,146.25. In addition, the parcel of land owned by Kody, Janelle and Meri owes an initial amount of $1,990.82 in taxes, and with interest of $79.63 added, the total payment due there is $2.070.45. That is also in addition to taxes of $1,418.12 that are coming due on the house Kody and Christine purchased.

Overall the amount of taxes due comes to $5,634.82.

Those tax woes came after the family has continued to struggle selling off the homes they left behind in Las Vegas. While Robyn’s home was sold in February for $603,000 and Janelle’s sold earlier this month for $574,900, Christine and Meri’s remain on the market.

Radar also reports that the taxes on the home with Christine have since been paid, however, the family does still owe on the parcels of land at Coyote Pass. Considering Kody did say in an episode of the show this season that they needed to sell the homes in Vegas quickly or risk losing all of their money within months, it appears the family could, in fact, be in financial trouble.

As a result, they may be more insistent than ever on their show being renewed for another season by TLC, though if the network feels they aren’t worth the ratings they bring in, it may mean Kody needs to cut another deal to save the show. He previously allegedly made a deal that the family would take a pay cut in order to keep the show on the air.