Preachers of L.A. - Netflix
Season two is full of self-discovery and change with growing families and ministries, incredible women of strength beside them, and ever-changing relationships. Bishop Jones and Loretta's relationship is still evolving, but Bishop Gibson and Lady LaVette's strong convictions keep them from accepting the nature of their friends' close bond, causing a devastating rift. With his focus on ministry and not his personal life, Bishop Jones enlists the help of his fellow preachers to create an event that will positively impact the community of Los Angeles. Meanwhile, after much turmoil, Deitrick and Dominique are now married and have a new addition to their family - but their marital bliss is short-lived when Pastor Jay accuses Deitrick of deceiving him at their wedding. Family dynamics are also rocked when Pastor Jay and Christy's relationship is put to the test as Pastor Jay struggles to forgive a family member for their past demons. Bishop McClendon is focused on the expansion of his new ministry in Atlanta, but he is challenged when he must deal with every father's fear-giving his daughter away to another man. Pastor Wayne Chaney and First Lady Myesha must balance business with personal now that she is the newly appointed Executive Pastor of their church. And while Myesha is feeling better than ever after getting healthy and shedding 40 pounds, the couple struggles with a life-altering decision about the future of their family.
Status: To Be Determined
Runtime: 60 minutes
Preachers of L.A. - Evidence discography - Netflix
This is a comprehensive discography of Evidence, a Venice, Los Angeles, California-based rapper.
Preachers of L.A. - Guest appearances - Netflix
Lyrics Born - “Pack Up (Remix)” from Same !@$ Different Day (2005) Statik Selektah - “Time to Say Goodbye” from Spell My Name Right: The Album (2007) Jake One - “White Van” from White Van Music (2008) Fashawn - “Our Way” from Boy Meets World (2009) Alchemist - “Therapy” from Chemical Warfare (2009) O.S.T.R. - “Real Game” from O.c.b. (2009) Rakaa - “Aces High” from Crown of Thorns (2010) Statik Selektah - “The Coast” from 100 Proof: The Hangover (2010) Strong Arm Steady - “True Champs” from In Search of Stoney Jackson (2010) Phonte - “The Life of Kings” from "Charity Starts at Home (2011) Alchemist - “Never Grow Up” from Russian Roulette (2012) Action Bronson - “Bitch, I Deserve You” from Rare Chandeliers (2012) Oh No - “Real Serious” from Ohnomite (2012) Blu - “Can't Stop, Won't Stop” from Good to Be Home (2014) Apollo Brown - “There's Always Radio” from Grandeur (2015)
Preachers of L.A. - References - Netflix