“The Preachers” Talk Show Gives Hope, Instead of Fueling Negativity, During Time of of Racial Tension In U. S.

[Left to Right] Jamal Bryant, E. Dewey Smith, John Gray, Orrick Quick (Screen Capture)
[Left to Right] Jamal Bryant, E. Dewey Smith, John Gray, Orrick Quick (Screen Capture)
FOX’s newest talk show “The Preachers” officially made its debut Monday, July 11, during a turbulent time in America.

But the four African-American pastors co-hosting the program aren’t fueling any negativity, but rather, giving hope to its viewers.

“Will we allow America to be defined by the tragedies in Baton Rouge, in Minnesota and the tragic loss of officers in Dallas, Texas?” asked Lakewood Associated Pastor John Gray during a “90 Seconds of Hope” segment where he delivered a mini sermon.

“No!” shouted the audience.

After just a few moments of watching, it was clear that “The Preachers,” executive produced by former “The View” co-creator and EP Bill Geddie, is intent on blending faith with mainstream culture in the hopes that it will resonate with audiences across America.

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SOURCE: EEW Magazine
Todd Hall