The A&E Network is set to begin airing a new, six-part original docu-series on Tuesday night called “The Devil Next Door” based on the decades old controversial evangelical sect, Word of Faith Fellowship Church in Spindale, North Carolina.
“’The Devil Next Door’ takes a look at Spindale, North Carolina. It appears to be an average American town but hidden inside lies a church that is steeped in scandal,” a summary of the series begins on A&E.
“The Word of Faith Fellowship, led by Jane Whaley, proclaims to be a devout Christian church, but former members tell a different story: one of violence and exploitation. It’s the mission of these former members to convince those still inside, including their own loved ones and children, to break away from the church. Is Jane’s power finally about to come to an end?” it ends.
The six-part series will air on A&E starting at 10 p.m. EST on Tuesday. Episodes will air weekly through Dec. 18 and then the last two episodes will air in January 2019, the Times News Online said.
“We have interviewed or spoken with about 30 ex-members over the entire period we’ve been working on the project. Some did not want to participate on camera but were willing to speak to our producers and share their stories. The six episodes do focus on the stories of six specific ex-members who have opened up their lives to us,” Melissa Koshir, senior manager of publicity for A&E, told Times News Online.
Word of Faith Fellowship Church, founded by Jane Whaley and her husband, Sam, in 1979, describes itself as a nondenominational, Protestant church with classical Christian conservative beliefs. It also operates Word of Faith Christian School.
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Source: Christian Post