Oh, Boy: “Preachers of LA” Returning For Second Season; Expanding To New Cities

January 27, 2014  |  

Source: Oxygen

After a very interesting first season, the folks over at Oxygen have decided to bring “Preachers of LA” back for a season two.

“‘Preachers of L.A.’ touched the heart strings of our Oxygen viewers. They were captivated by the triumphs and tribulations of these men of God and the amazing women and families that stood alongside them” said Oxygen Senior Vice President of Original Programming and Development, Rod Aissa in a press release.

That’s not all though. The network also plans to open up the franchise to new cities, including New York, Atlanta, Dallas and Detroit.

“We look forward to bringing more of these compelling stories to life both in LA and around the country,” Rod continued.

Casting for the new cities have already begun. As for “Preachers of LA,” season two is scheduled to begin sometime next fall. The season two cast will include Minister Deitrick Haddon, Bishop Noel Jones, Bishop Clarence McClendon, Pastor Jay Haizlip, Pastor Wayne Chaney and Bishop Ron Gibson. If some church folk were upset about the debut season of “Preachers of LA,” we can only imagine how they’re feeling now that the show has not only been renewed, but expanding to different cities.

Are you excited about the return of “Preachers of LA?” Are there any pastors from New York, Atlanta, Dallas and Detroit that you’d like to see featured in any of the new spin-offs?


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  • Ajuanya Washington

    Bishop Jakes is too busy for that, and besides he’s not broke,living above his means. That’s why they are all on there. And Bishop Jakes has too much class for that.

  • Love the show

    I loved it. It shows that they are human. Too many people think Pastors are above them. They should be held to a higher standard, but within reason. They aren’t Gods, just men. I wasn’t looking for the show to be a church service, but rather a look into their lives. It was good. My favorite is Bishop Gibson and Deitrick.

  • Maria

    The pic looks more like an add for “Gangsters of LA”

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  • therealnumber1

    I liked the show….I wonder if they will ask T.D. Jakes to be apart of the one in Dallas…

  • Guest

    They’ll all burn in h3ll, anyway. Thank God.

  • Keland

    I watched Preachers of LA and at no point did it touch my ‘heart strings’. Neither was there any type of captivation going on. This show was pure entertainment for someone like me who is not religious.

    • Maria

      thank you

  • Kitha

    Yes, I’m excited because I wanna know the status of Loretta’s and Bishop Jones’s relationship! As for McClendon, he’s a snooze….I think they could do without him. Ijs.

  • kayb

    I would like to see Detroit, Its some great Pastors Marvin Winans, Pastor Sheard, alsi Donnie McClurkin in New York

  • anonymouse

    will bishop mcclendon actually get a storyline or interact with the other pastors this season?

  • bawsip1

    American culture- pathetic


    Yes can’t wait to see Ron Gibson

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  • Kay

    I would love to see Reverend Run and Dr. Youngblood, Senior Pastor of the St. Paul Community Baptist.