As you already know by now, I’m not a big fan of “reality TV” because I think the cameras bring the worse out in people who ordinarily wouldn’t be outrageous in “real life.” Well, enter TLC‘s newest housewife edition, “The Sisterhood,” which debuted last night. Here’s a bit about the show from Access Atlanta:
TLC hopes blending a little Bible Belt religion into a genre better known for backbiting, verbal and physical sparring and jealousy will create alchemy in a new reality program called “The Sisterhood,” which debuts tonight at 9 p.m.
Five metro Atlanta preacher’s wives give us a look behind the curtain of lives where they feel they are held to a higher standard. Ultimately, they want to show they are regular human beings with sex lives, financial problems and dark pasts.
I don’t get the impression any were close friends before they were put together for this program. Three of them work at existing churches where their husbands are preachers. Two are without a flock. All five are married. One was part of an R&B group for a brief moment. Two are in mixed-race relationships.
In the first episode, we meet four of the five women. Three ladies clash almost immediately.Domonique Scott, whose husband lost his church after they hit financial straits, and Ivy Couch, a newlywed who was briefly in the group Xscape, go at it with Tara Y. Lewis. Tara is part of an interracial couple that came to Atlanta from Los Angeles but lost their jobs at a Dunwoody church after just six weeks.
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