Reality TV lovers on the lookout for "Preachers of Detroit" can rejoice: The show has an official air date.
Oxygen, which brought viewers "Preachers of L.A.," is now gearing up for the Feb. 18 debut of the Motown spinoff "Preachers of Detroit," the basic-cable network announced Wednesday. The series will air at 10 p.m. Wednesdays and focus on faith and family as seven men and women of the cloth share their triumphs and challenges in and out of the pulpit and around the metro area.
The stars of "Preachers of Detroit" are:
Bishop Charles H. Ellis III of Greater Grace Temple.
Bishop Corletta Vaughn of The Holy Ghost Cathedral and Go Tell It Evangelistic Ministry Worldwide.
Pastor Tim Alden of City of Praise Christian Church.
Pastor David Bullock of St. Matthew Baptist Church.
Bishop-Elect Clarence Langston of Word in Action Christian Center.
Pastor Don William Shelby Jr. of Burning Bush International Ministries Church of God in Christ.
Evangelist Dorinda Clark-Cole of Greater Emmanuel Institutional Church of God in Christ.
Visit oxygen.com/shows/preachers-of-detroitvisit for a sneak peek at the series and its cast. Oxygen can be found locally on Channel 123 on Xfinity and DirecTV Channel 251.