Grown & Gospel, a brand new unscripted reality television series, is all set to premiere on We Tv. The series will premiere on March 16, 2023, Thursday, and will release six episodes accordingly, every Thursday.
Apart from the television premiere, people can watch the reality series on AMC’s streaming service, ALLBLK, every Monday as per the latest update.
Grown & Gospel Release Date Confirmed: All About The Show
As the series gets cooked up behind the screen, people are anticipating the upcoming reality show Grown & Gospel. From the official trailer released for the show about a month ago, people got some hints about what the show could be and who’ll be part of it.
The series features a group of career-driven childhood friends. All five of them belong to a singing background and are renowned by their parent’s names. The show proceeds as they get to understand more about themselves and others who are together on the journey of making a success on their own.
Just like any other reality series, nothing happening in the show will be scripted, and at the same time, you can see the true colors of people behind their beautiful faces.
The five individuals in the cast are from a well-settled background and aim at making a good life out of their Detroit gospel scene. In the upcoming series, you’ll see love, fights, and every feeling between the cast members, including several heartbreaks.
As the five of them try hard to make an identity for themselves in the music industry, will they succeed in their mission? The trailer for the show reveals a basic idea of what the show will portray in the coming episodes; “Five Detroit musicians, navigating in the Detroit Gospel Scene in the shadow of famous parents.”
Grown & Gospel – Cast, Place, And other Details
The reality series Grown & Gospel will bring a new phase to the gospel music industry with the upcoming singers who get to share their experiences and skills with each other which could help them make a change to the industry. Also, people can witness the stars struggling with the insecurities they were facing throughout their careers as children of musical legends.
The upcoming show will be produced by Carlos Kind, who was the executive producer of the reality television series, The Real Housewives of Atlanta.
According to the updates, the show Grown & Gospel is set in Detroit, Michigan. All these members are not only just singers, but they are also prominent in various other fields. As discussed above, viewers can witness dark secrets about their favorites as the show proceeds.
The show’s cast includes:
- Breeann Hammond
- Tasha Page Lockhart
- Elijah Connor
- Nikkia Beach Cole
- Shana Wilson-Williams
Shana Wilson-Williams is the youngest daughter of Bishop Samuel and Lady J Wilson. They are the founders/pastors of Community Christian Fellowship Church. She works as a worship leader and is gifted with the ability to do songwriting. Williams has been an independent recording artist since 2008 and has released two worship albums.
Elijah Connor is an American pop singer and songwriter from Detroit, Michigan. The singer aims at erasing the barriers between gospel and secular music. Connor was also a part of Trump’s reality television series, The Ultimate Merger, and has even made appearances in numerous films and drama series.
Nikkia Beach Cole is a 40-year-old mother of two. She is known by her mother, the legendary Dorinda Clark Cole of The Clark Sisters. She currently works as a tour manager for her mother and aunts.
Tasha Page Lockhart was born Natasha Marie Page on 21 March 1983 in Detroit, Michigan. She is an American Christian R&B and urban contemporary gospel artist and musician who started her music career in 2014. Tasha’s parents are musicians as well as pastors. The singer had a terrible childhood, and she was molested by many, including some family members.
BreeAnn Hammond is the daughter of renowned gospel singer Fred Hammond. She follows in her father’s footsteps and has become a popular singer with her passion for singing. She was seen performing on numerous stages alongside her father.
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