As if juggling three wives weren't tricky enough, Season Four of Emmy(R) and Golden Globe(R)-nominated "Big Love" finds modern polygamist Bill Henrickson (Bill Paxton) tackling problems outside his three-house suburban home. Bill is building a new church for himself and his family, but some of his loyal followers are skeptical. Meanwhile, the Henricksons face the pressure of opening their new Mormon-friendly casino with their Native-American partners, and Bill takes on a public campaign in hopes of one day creating more stability for his unconventional family. It appears unlikely the family can extricate themselves from the politics at the Juniper Creek compound and with Roman Grant's (Harry Dean Stanton) legacy. The power struggles between first wife Barb (Jeanne Tripplehorn), second wife Nicki (Chloe Sevigny) and third wife Margene (Ginnifer Goodwin) continue. And then there are the assorted family dramas including the growing pains of Bill's two oldest, Sarah (Amanda Seyfried) and Ben (Douglas Smith), and the endless challenges brought on by his brother Joey (Shawn Doyle), their father Frank (Bruce Dern) and mother Lois (Grace Zabriskie). Bold, funny and wholly original, "Big Love" continues to explore the evolving institution of marriage through this typically atypical family.