'Sister Wives' Faces Calls for Cancellation After Robert Garrison Brown's Tragic Death

Hashtag 'cancelsisterwives' has gone viral on social media as the TLC cameras keep rolling following the tragic death of one cast member Robert Garrison Brown.

AceShowbiz - Following the tragic death of Robert Garrison Brown, a close friend of the 25-year-old is calling for the cancellation of the reality TV show "Sister Wives". Bryson Cook, Garrison's pal, took to Instagram to mourn his passing and added the hashtag #cancelsisterwives.

"You told me you'd always be there for me," Cook wrote. "You said you'd speak at my future wedding and that you'd want us all to live next to each other once we settled down. I remember the days where you would be the one convincing me to stay for all three hours of church."

Fans have also expressed their support for cancellation, arguing that TLC should not profit from the family's devastating loss. "Enough is enough," said one fan. "The show should be canceled to honor this young man's legacy."

Garrison was one of Kody and Janelle Brown's six children. He was found deceased in his residence on March 5 from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound. His brother Gabe discovered him in the apartment shared with roommates.

The "Sister Wives" show has featured Kody and his four wives, Janelle, Meri, Christine, and Robyn, since its premiere in 2010. However, three of the relationships have since ended, leaving Kody and Robyn together.

The call for cancellation comes amid reports that the upcoming season of "Sister Wives" will capture how the family copes with Garrison's loss. Fans have expressed concern that the show's focus on the family's personal drama may overshadow the tragedy and its impact on Garrison's loved ones.

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