TLC’s “Sisterhood” set for January

U.S. cable network TLC will premiere The Sisterhood, a docuseries following a group of Atlanta preachers' wives, on January 1.
December 3, 2012

U.S. cable network TLC will usher in 2013 with the premiere of The Sisterhood, a docuseries following a group of Atlanta preachers’ wives, on January 1 at 9 p.m. EST/PST.

Previously known as Preacher Ladies and first unveiled at Discovery Communications’ Upfronts, the series is produced by True Entertainment.

Offering a candid look into the lives of preacher wives, also known in evangelical circles as “First Ladies,” The Sisterhood will capture the drama, struggles and triumphs when five well-known and outspoken “First Ladies” get together.

The cast includes the “bold” and “brash” Domonique; Tara, who moved from Los Angeles to Atlanta so her husband could preside over a new church; Ivy, a former member of girl group Xscape;  Christina, who helps run one of the largest churches in Atlanta alongside her husband; and Delana, who makes music a big part of her husband’s ministry.

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