WE tv Orders Second Season of 'Braxton Family Values'

The wedding-heavy network also picks up three new series, including a reality show set at a New York City bridal salon.
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WE tv has picked up a second season of Braxton Family Values, set to bow in 2012.

The cable network has ordered 13 episodes of the docusoap, which follows pop star Toni Braxton and her four sisters: Tamar, Trina, Towanda and Traci.

WE also announced three new unscripted series as part of its 2011-12 upfront: Texas Multi Mamas, about families with multiple children; The Willis Clan, about a family grooming their 12 children into savants in activities including dancing, wrestling, writing, drawing, costume design and horseback riding; and Amsale Girls, about a New York City bridal salon.

Produced by Authentic Entertainment, Amsale joins WE's wedding-heavy lineup in June, just in time for high wedding season.

Shed Media's Texas Multi Mamas bows in October. The Willis Clan, from Rivr Media, is targeted for 2012.