Who knew potty training could be so much fun? TV viewers have been enchanted by the story of Adam and Danielle Busby and their six daughters – including a set of quintuplets – since their show OutDaughtered debuted on TLC in 2016. And for those who like to watch the girls in the family grow up, the network has good news. OutDaughtered has been revamped for a sixth season.
Prepare for the return of the Busby wings. Although season 5 of the series just ended in July, the series will soon be back on TV. Season 6 of OutDaughtered will premiere on Tuesday, October 1 at 8/7c on TLC.
In the new season, the Busbys are dealing with “a storm of ‘four-nadoes'”, while their five youngest daughters – Hazel Grace, Parker Kate, Olivia Marie, Riley Paige and Ava Lane – all celebrate their fourth birthday in the first of the two-hour season. The family will also celebrate the eighth birthday of their older sister Blayke, face an uncertain housing situation and face night potty training. Oh, and “fun dad” Adam brings home a new puppy – which doesn’t seem to be going so well with Danielle Busby.
Adam and Danielle Busby also have to balance their responsibilities at work and to the family. Adam Busby’s business trips to Dallas are a source of tension, while Danielle Busby is at work trying to start her own business. The couple also have to make a difficult decision regarding their daughters’ education.
OutDaughtered: The Busbys Had To Decide Whether To Let Riley Busby Skip Ahead İn School
With the quints getting older, the Busbys face a difficult decision when they get the choice to let Riley start kindergarten for her sisters. In the end, Adam and Danielle decided to split up the kids and let Riley Busby go ahead. The choice made sense given their dedication to raising their girls as individuals. “As the quints get older, they become individuals with their own problems, interests and opinions,” Danielle Busby told people. “In case Riley stood up for her sisters, it was strictly based on her.”
“Riley’s above and beyond with her intelligence,” added the mother of six. “Knowing where she is now, this was our decision based on her. Of course, we looked at the family and how this change affects everyone else.”
On social media, some people had questions about Busbys’ decision to go to school one quint earlier than the rest. “So Riley will always be a grade higher than the other girls?” asked a fan. “Wow Riley’s going to kindergarten! Wondered how hard this decision was?” wrote another.
Some were worried about divorcing the girls. “Riley’s in kindergarten! That’s awesome, but also sad, because that means that the fifths are split,” one person wrote.