“Preachers Daughters,” is back for a second season on Lifetime with two new families and more drama that will surely shock many critics with excessive drinking, cursing, smoking, partying and coming to Jesus moments all packed into one hour episodes.
However, the preachers and their daughters featured on the docu-soap insist that the series is not coming back for another season in order to shame the church, but to help people. While the Coleman and Koloff families are back for another season, the Perrys will not return, which the show’s executive producer Adam Reed said was a mutual decision.
While Reed told The Christian Post that the Perry family, “collectively felt that a lot of their story had been told” last season, the Elliott and Cassidy families have come onto the show promising viewers a new perspective from preachers’ daughters.
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