Tia and Tamera Mowry: Season 2 of their reality show is a go
"The hardest part of having a reality show would be just letting go and letting yourself be vulnerable for millions to see no matter what the response is going to be," Tamera tells CNN. "We're used to people criticizing a character we play, but not who we are as people. So I'm definitely getting used to that. But there's been so much positivity. It's been 99.9 percent positive. The best part would be that our fans are able to see that we're women now."
Now, Tamera is enjoying married life and, when not filming the show or working with her production company Twilight, she likes traveling with her husband, Fox News' Adam Housley.
"I obviously wouldn't go with him to Kuwait or Venezuela because it's too dangerous," she says. "But we've been to Paris, we've been to Ireland, we've been to Wales, we've been to Turkey, we've been to Greece, we've been to Croatia, we've been to so many places. We love that we can just go away and completely be ourselves and just be with each other without any distractions."