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Lifetime follows ‘prophetesses’ in “Preach”

U.S. net Lifetime is to follow four female preachers (pictured) who believe they can communicate with God in the forthcoming docuseries Preach.
May 6, 2015

U.S. net Lifetime is to follow four female preachers (pictured) who believe they can communicate with God in the forthcoming docuseries Preach.

Produced by Core Media Group, the 6 x 60-minute series follows a group of Ohio-based women who self-identify as “prophetesses” and believe God has given them the power to heal the sick, see the future and cure others of addictions.

The women include Belinda Scott, who says she can predict child birth and specializes in blessing the wombs of barren women; Taketa Williams, labeled the ‘Beyonce of the Preaching World’; Linda Roark, who interacts with the homeless; and Kelly Crews – the only single Prophetess – who is struggling to find a partner.

Preach is to debut on June 5 at 10 p.m. EST/PST.

Core Media Group’s and Jen O’Connell, Jenny Ramirez and Rasheed J. Daniel are serving as executive producers on the series, along with Lifetime’s Eli Lehrer, Mary Donahue and Mariana Flynn.

 

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