Stars of the show included: Bishop Noel Jones, Deitrick Haddon, Bishop Ron Gibson, Pastor Jay Hazlip, Bishop Clarence McClendon and Pastor Wayne Chaney.
The highly controversial docu-series received the network’s most viewed show in its history among 25-54 year old viewers, when it aired eight series last year during the fall of 2013. The new series will consist of 12 shows.
Check out the mastermind behind Preachers of L.A. in the video; many of the preachers and wives are floating in the background.
L. Plummer Media in association with Releve Entertainment has taken this docu-series to additional major cities.
New York, Atlanta, Dallas and Detroit are the new locations that will be added to the show. Lemuel Plummer one of the show’s executive producer’s is a native Michiganian says that the show is “authentic.” Executive Producer, Holly Carter selected the cast and “has a great relationship” with the preachers.
The series touched upon topics of Christians and sex in marriage, cohabitation, wealth, family relationships, gender issues, addictions, preacher wives conduct and much more.
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