“The Preachers” TV Show Debuts on Fox July 11th

Move over The Doctors.  There’s a new daytime television show coming this summer!

FOX Television Stations and Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution will debut a three-week daily preview of The Preachers, an all-new take on the popular panel talk show format, like The View and The Real, that features 4 dynamic and outspoken preachers.

The series will premiere July 11 on FOX after the Wendy Williams Show.

The Preachers will be hosted by Pastors:

  • Dr. E. Dewey Smith, Jr., Senior Pastor/Teacher at The House of Hope Atlanta and The House of Hope Macon (GA), whose television broadcasts and media ministries are viewed by millions around the world;
  • John Gray, a gifted musician and Associate Pastor at Lakewood Church in Houston, under the leadership of Pastor Joel Osteen;
  • Orrick Quick, Pastor and Founder of God Seekers Church in High Point, NC, a passionate advocate of outreach ministry to serve his community;
  • Dr. Jamal Bryant, Pastor and Founder of Empowerment Temple AME Church in Baltimore, known for his vocal and empowering stance on political and socio-economic issues.

The Preachers will be executive-produced by Emmy® winner Bill Geddie, marking the return to daytime TV for the co-creator and longtime executive producer of The View for 17 seasons. Jeff Gaspin and Andrew Glassman will also serve as executive producers. The show will be produced by Telepictures.

Be a part of the studio audience! Click here for information on tickets.

Team, let’s send prayers up and give honor for this opportunity to present a gospel point of view to today’s issues, and share Jesus Christ with the masses.

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Leonard Robinson

How do we deal with the fact that at least one of the panelists just not too long ago fathered another child out of wedlock? How do we deal with the fact that the same brother whose estimated worth is $5 million has preached little more than sensationalism messages aimed at you sending money to whatever TV network that has asked him to come on and raise money for them. Lastly, what do we do with the fact that at least 2 of these men use kingdom cliches, platitudes and terminology but don’t really preach the Kingdom message Jesus preached?… Read more »

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Bradley Burns

What a refreshing show. Men of The Cloth, talking good words. I am a fan.