After Towanda, Traci, and Trina surprised Tamar on stage during her concert in Atlanta, tensions were at an all-time high. Tamar decided to separate herself from all family projects, and the sisters turned their focus to their own careers and lives. Now, Tamar is ready to re-connect with her sisters, and hopes to heal the sisterhood without dwelling on past grievances. However, as the sisters begin to spend more time together again, and the old issues inevitably rise to the surface, will the fragile sister bond be broken by another Braxton family blow-up?
As the new season begins, Trina reveals to Towanda that she’s decided to file for divorce from Gabe, but she’s reluctant to share the news with the rest of her sisters. As scandalous accusations are made, and a vicious battle over assets erupts, Trina is pushed to her breaking point. Emotionally drained, she turns to her sisters for support, but their heated opinions about what she should do only make matters worse. Trina is also evasive when it comes to answering questions about the mysterious new man in her life… and through it all, Trina’s secretiveness stirs up family drama as they try to get to the bottom of what’s happening. The sisters may strengthen their bonds as they rally together to help Trina in her time of need…or create more division, despite their good intentions.
As the family reacts to the evolving story about Trina’s divorce, they’re simultaneously dealing with another surprise: Traci’s 19-year-old son Kevin Jr. is engaged! The engagement raises red flags, and the question is inevitable: is Kevin's fiancee pregnant? The news is especially unsettling for Traci, who knows first-hand the drawbacks and sacrifices of taking on adult responsibilities at such a young age.
In the midst of it all, Evelyn learns she must have emergency surgery. Because of their die-hard love for their mom, the sisters put aside their differences, but there’s still a lot of work to be done before they can heal old wounds. And they need their beloved mother Evelyn, now more than ever, to help them negotiate the way forward. But in the end, have the years of growing conflict created a rift that will be beyond repair?