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Enoch Foster From 'Three Wives One Husband' Is Trying to Build an Ideal Utah Community

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If there's anything we Americans love to watch on any given evening, it's a good few hours of reality TV. And if there's anything reality TV loves — just look at the success of Sister Wives, Seeking Sister Wife, My Fives Wives and most recently, TLC's Three Wives One Husband, which just arrived to Netflix — it's watching how polygamy plays out in the world.

Perhaps it's something to do with the voyeuristic glance that the earlier aughts gave us in shows such as HBO's Big Love, though if you ask Brad Wilcox of the National Marriage Project, the increasing popularity of polygamy has something to do with "an increasingly libertarian or laissez-faire view that many younger Americans take toward sex, marriage, and family life."