The Oxygen-produced “Preacher of L.A.” accrued enough of an audience in its inaugural season that not only are they filming a second season, they’ve spawned spin-offs for the cities of Detroit and now Atlanta.
Oxygen confirmed that it’s ‘Preachers‘ franchise is expanding with Preachers of Atlanta. As you know, Preachers of LA was the first successful show featuring influential pastors and preachers in the minstry.
This year, they also aired the first season of Preachers of Detroit. And the latest addition — Preachers of Atlanta — will be produced by L. Plummer Media in association with Relevé Entertainment with Lemuel Plummer, Holly Carter, Chris Costine and Mark Scheibal serving as executive producers. Peep the network’s description.
Atlanta is the home not only to fast cars, sprawling mansions and the southern elite, but a new generation of up-and-coming preachers who are superstars of the pulpit. The third installation from the popular franchise, “Preachers of Atlanta” documents the lives of the city’s young elite mega-pastors as they focus on the daily struggles and triumphs as husbands, wives, fathers, mothers and friends, while also maintaining their duties as men and women of God.
The cast members have not yet been released to the media, but rumors have it that one of the ministers who will star on the show is singer-turned-preacher Montell Jordan, who came to fame via his monster classic hit “This is How We Do It” in the 1990s.