Next Episode of Wife Swap (US) is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
Wife Swap is an American reality television program that was first broadcast on the ABC network in 2004. In the program, two families, usually from different social classes and lifestyles, swap wives/mothers – and sometimes husbands – for two weeks. The program will usually deliberately swap wives with dramatically different lifestyles, such as a messy wife swapping with a fastidiously neat one, documenting the cultural and social differences that the two families discover with the new family member. A spin-off series of featuring celebrities debuted January 2, 2012 under the title Celebrity Wife Swap. On March 2, 2013, ABC confirmed that original Wife Swap would return March 21, 2013. (source: en.wikipedia.org)
This week, in "Harris/Van Noy," an Oklahoma mother of three who agrees with her husband's edict that an obedient wife belongs in the kitchen swaps lives with an unorthodox, working mother from Texas who believes her stay-at-home husband should rule the kitchen.
This week in "Parsons/Bramhall," a highly educated, compulsively organized, mother trades lives with a single, working class waitress mother who struggles to control her three wayward daughters.
This week, in "Fontaine/Herman," a bargain-seeking, coupon-obsessed, pack-rat mother from Ohio who refuses to work so that she can dote on her four children, swaps lives with a high-powered, high-paid executive mother from Maryland who loves her career and disdains coupons, clutter, and kids who rule the house.
This week in "Pyke/Smith," a mother who gave up everything to indulge her husband's fantasy of living by traveling as a family in a cramped, converted bus trades lives with a spunky, home-centric mother of three whose workaholic mortician husband spends more time with the dead than the living.
This week, in "Flummerfelt/Bray," an assertive, African-American wife of an inter-racial, suburban Michigan couple trades lives with a subservient, stay-at-home wife of a very different interracial couple from urban Maryland.
In "Cedarquist/Oeth," a low-tech, stay-at-home mom who lives off the electric grid in an isolated, tree house swaps places with a high-powered, plugged-in career mom who's wired in suburbia.
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