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A new Lifetime show has already received a lot of feedback,
even though it doesn't premiere until Tuesday night.
The first episode of ‘Preachers' Daughters' premieres at 9
p.m. on Tuesday and documents the real lives of preachers' families and the struggles
they face raising teenage daughters. Calling it a family docu-series, the show is billed
by Lifetime as a "behind-the-altar-look at what happens at home after the
According to Lifetime, the show follows the lives of three
different families, the Coleman family from Illinois, the Koloffs from North
Carolina and Tennessee and the Perrys from California.
In the first episode, the preachers' daughters prove they
are anything buy angels when one of the girls reveals one of her fantasies.
Another daughter questions the paternity of her daughter and the third asks for
permission to begin dating, according
to Lifetime's episode guide
The show's executive
producer Adam Reed told The Hollywood
Reporter, "The show really feels like a unique look into this world that I
think a lot of other people haven't seen before. A lot of reality shows
nowadays feel overproduced or soft-scripted; in this, you see a lot of true
reality playing out."
The online group "One Million Moms," a non-profit group that
promotes conservative Christian values, is
already demanding the show be canceled, asking advertisers to withdraw
their support of the show, saying the program is "not only offensive to pastor's,
their daughters and families all across the country, but to all Christians."
The show is produced by Thinkfactory Media, the same
production company that created the Golden Globe Award and Emmy-nominated
miniseries ‘Hatfields & McCoys' and the family docu-soap Gene Simmons ‘Family