New Reality Shows ‘Divas For Jesus,’ ‘Preachers Daughters’ Arrive In 2013

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    A new reality television show is in the works that features the lives of upscale Southern women who live naughty during the week and act nice on Sunday.

    The show, tentatively titled “Divas for Jesus,” will be carried by WE, which stands for Women’s Entertainment. According to a summary of the show that was released by the network, the women in the series are interested in more than just spirituality.

    “[Divas for Jesus] follows a group of fabulous Christian women whose faith consists of guns, God, gossip and great wine,” the outline explains. “Monday through Saturday, our ensemble cast of glamorous Nashville ladies live upper class lifestyles working and playing hard. Tossing Book Club for Bible Study, these ladies get together every week, and on Sunday they ask for forgiveness and cleanse their fabulous little souls.”

    The reality show is being produced by Bischoff Hervey Entertainment, which is known for previously helming several Hulk Hogan broadcasts. The company will be working in association with Carrie Gerlach Cecil, the author of Goodness, Gridiron & Grace: A Modern Day Girl’s Game Plan for A Godly Life.Tv

    Lifetime TV’s new reality show that centers on the lives of preachers’ kids is scheduled to air on the Lifetime Television Network in 2013.

    Preachers’ Daughters is said to give a behind-the-scenes look into the lives of teenagers whose fathers are Christian ministers, and how they handle worldly temptations with the guidance of their parents.

    Broadway World reports: “A profound and hard-hitting, but often humorous, look at the daily pressures typical teenagers face, Preachers’ Daughters captures the intense moral, social, sexual and spiritual conflicts these daughters endure as they weigh whether or not to break free from the strong beliefs, time-honored traditions and rituals their loving, but strict, parents have raised them on.”

    “Adolescence can be a challenging time of transition for children and their parents,” said Rob Sharenow of Lifetime. “By opening their homes and lives to our viewers, the families featured on Preachers’ Daughters will provide an honest portrayal of their experiences — book-ended by the deep love they share and shifting household dynamics in their beliefs.”

    Wow! Christian TV in a BIG way!

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