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Michelle Williams Special - The First Lady Face-Off
Back in Detroit, Deitrick meets his biological siblings for the first time and hopes to bring his blended family together.

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Michelle Williams Special - What Happens In Mancave...
Loretta gets little help preparing for Preach LA. Technical mishaps upset Myesha's performance, and Deitrick questions Clarence about his absence.

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Deitrick Goes Home Special
Ron and LaVette confront Deitrick about becoming Denver’s godparents. After Jay's tearful reunion with his mom, Christy deals with emotions of her own.

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pReach LA
While preparing for pReach LA, Loretta gets frustrated with the other first ladies because of their lack of help. Myesha questions her musical gift after a failed performance.

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Sweet Home Alabama
Pastor Haizlip confronts his demons when he visits his estranged mother in Alabama. The Haddons are shocked by the Gibson's refusal to be Denver's godparents.

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Increase The Peace
While at the Gang Summit, Bishop Gibson gets into an argument with a gangster. Pastor Jay donates skateboards to kids in need.

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The Apology
Things take an emotional turn when Bishop Gibson comes out against Loretta's participation in Preach LA. Myesha collaborates with her rapper brother on a spiritual track.

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Bouncing Back
After hearing about his fall from grace, Deitrick reaches out to fellow gospel artist Kevin Terry. Myesha deals with the serious issue of sex trafficking at her Hiding Behind the Lipstick conference.

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Meet the Godparents
Bishop Gibson and Pastor Haizlip recruit authentic gang-bangers for their upcoming Gang Summit. Pastor Chaney and Myesha expand their Saved, Sanctified and Sexual conference to include Pastor Alden, who as a 50 year-old virgin, preaches abstinence.

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My Brother's Keeper
Tension escalates when Pastor Chaney tries to mend severed family ties. Bishop Jones throws Loretta a birthday party, and his gift leaves her speechless.

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After being dramatically restored by his old congregation in Detroit, Dietrick decides to reconcile with Jay. Bishop Gibson attempts to reunite his family, and Pastor Wayne struggles with a very personal decision.

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Sins of the Father
Deitrick heads to Detroit to uncover the hard truth about his biological father, and Bishop McClendon's son encourages him to reflect on his own messy childhood. Lady LaVette faces a daunting task that tests her skills, faith, and patience.

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Prodigal Son
When Pastor Jay and Lady Christy's troubled son comes home, the family must decide whether they can really let bygones be bygones. Pastor Wayne makes a big decision that doesn't sit well with Myesha, and Deitrick puts unwelcome pressure on Dominique.

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Honor Thy Father and Mother
Family ties are put to the test when Pastor Wayne's mother and stepbrother disagree; Ron is desperate to protect his niece; Dominique challenges Dietrick to pull his full weight.

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Fallen Angels
When tragedy strikes a Louisiana congregation, Bishop Noel is desperate to save the church. Dominique considers the high road as she deliberates taking drastic measures to improve her marriage and restore old friendships.

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Truth Be Told
Tempers are simmering but are about to boil over as an epic face-to-face showdown erupts over the status of Bishop Noel and Loretta's relationship. Christy stands by Jay's decision to confront Deitrick, while Jay attempts to save a young drug addict's life.

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Judge Not
Check out the premiere of Preachers of L.A. season 2 before it airs!

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What Happens in Mancave...
Michelle returns to the infamous 'Mancave' to talk to the cast about the hot topics of the first season, including transgender issues.

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The First Ladies Face-Off
The First Ladies discuss the first season and dish about sex.

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First Look
A peak into the new series.

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Aftershow: Faith Put to the Test
Guests include Deitrick and Dominique Haddon, Jay and Christy Haizlip and relationship adviser Paul Carrick Brunson; also, some surprise guests.

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Aftershow: Unconditional Love
Guests include Ron and LaVette Gibson, Wayne and Myesha Chaney and psychologist Thema Bryant-Davis.

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Preachers of L.A. Most Memorable Moments
Reflecting on the most memorable moments from the series.

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Deitrick Goes Home
Deitrick returns home to help his wife and sister reconcile. In the process he also brings his biological Troupe siblings into the Haddon household.

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Preachers of L.A., which first aired in 2013 on the Oxygen network, is a reality television series that captures the lives of six pastors living in Los Angeles, California, shining light on their intricate careers and personal lives, revealing both the sacred and secular facets of their existence. This show not only provides viewers with a voyeuristic window into the interesting lives of these larger than life personalities, but it also touches upon the complex balance of managing public faith-based activities with their private lives, a high-wire act that can be both compelling and controversial. The six featured pastors include Bishop Noel Jones, Minister Deitrick Haddon, Bishop Clarence McClendon, Pastor Wayne Chaney, Bishop Ron Gibson and Pastor Jay Haizlip. Each preacher varies vastly from one another, their collective attributes providing viewers with a comprehensive view of the contemporary Christian community. Simultaneously, they also shed light on the overarching themes of redemption, faith and commitment, recounting their real-life stories which are Weaved into the fabric of the show. Bishop Noel Jones, for instance, is a Jamaican-American bishop who was previously linked to famous personalities, yet he manages to maintain his unshakeable faith as a well-respected spiritual leader. On the other hand, you have Minister Deitrick Haddon, a dynamic and famous gospel singer whose personal life had been mired with scandal, yet he has made strides to reform and rehabilitate his image in the public eye. Bishop Clarence McClendon is a prosperity preacher who maintains that God wants everyone to prosper, an approach that brings him both reverence and criticism. Pastor Wayne Chaney, the youngest of the group, struggles with the challenges of expanding his church while preserving its dense family ties. Bishop Ron Gibson, a former gang member, has a unique approach to eat, pray, love as he strives to eliminate gang violence in his neighborhood. Finally, Pastor Jay Haizlip, a former professional skateboarder and by far the most unconventional pastor, defies stereotypes and works towards reaching out to individuals who might not feel comfortable at traditional church service. Preachers of L.A. deep-dives into the personal life of these pastors, capturing their aspirations, challenges, faiths, doubts, and family lives, delivering an all-rounded portrayal of their unique journeys, thereby presenting them as complex human beings beyond their congregational roles. The series beautifully showcases the daily struggles that they encounter, keeping their faith intact in the midst of the temptation, in the sprawling city of Los Angeles, reputed for its glitz and glamour. At the heart of the show lies the discussion about the apparent conflict between wealth and religious responsibilities, amid an array of luxury cars, opulent homes, and lavish lifestyles featured on the show, which can generate both interest and critique. It prompts an important conversation about wealth in the context of modern Christian leadership, posing the question, "Can a man of God also delight in the trappings of wealth?" What sets Preachers of L.A. apart from other reality TV shows is the unusual blend of religion, lifestyle, family, and redemption. It’s not solely about preaching or religion but, rather, it’s about how these preachers manage to thrive, communicate, and live their faith amid the worldly lure of Los Angeles, a city of dreams, notorious for both its heavenly and sinful aspects. Although sometimes controversial, due to the very nature of its theme, that is, the juxtaposition of faith and wealth, Preachers of L.A., unarguably, makes for an engaging television series. By peering into the lives of these spiritual leaders, viewers receive a unique opportunity to navigate their complex lives, piqued by a balance of faith and luxury, and understand Christianity in the 21st century from a nuanced perspective. Ultimately, in its two seasons, Preachers of L.A. emerges not only as a window into the intriguing lives of these pastors in Los Angeles but as a forum for crucial, intricate conversations about faith, prosperity, redemption, and leadership. The show stands as a testament to human resilience, the power of faith, and the endless pursuit of redemption, even as it unfolds within the world's glittering facade of fame and fortune.

Preachers of L.A. is a series categorized as a currently airing. Spanning 2 seasons with a total of 32 episodes, the show debuted on 2013. The series has earned a moderate reviews from both critics and viewers. The IMDb score stands at 5.0.

Jay Haizlip, Ron Gibson, Mandell Frazier
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