Another Church Reality Show: The Sheards are coming to BET

The Sheards Reality Show
The Sheards Reality Show

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The Sheards is a weekly docu-drama following the lives of the Sheard family as they navigate family, friends, and faith in a modern world. Faith. Music. Sex. Family. Love. Relationships. Choices. These are all issues teens and young adults face. But when you’re a pastor’s kid and live in a world where drinking, sex and drugs are all considered abominations, these issues become a lot more powerful.

The Sheards will follow the lives of Kierra “KiKi” Sheard, 24, and her brother J. Drew Sheard, 22. As the kids of First Lady Karen Clark Sheard, one of gospel’s most powerful women, and Bishop J. Drew Sheard, a mega-church pastor in Detroit, they face a responsibility unlike any other. And as they continue to grow and face the ups and downs of becoming adults, they’ll show us the choices they make as they learn life’s lessons, in many cases the hard way.

the show will follow the Sheard siblings balancing adulthood while trying to make the right choices. Although the younger Sheards are in the church community, cameras will follow them on their path where they will encounter sex, drugs and relationships, according to BET.

The Sheards will premiere Sunday April 7 at 10 p.m. ET, BET released a premiere video that gives audiences a glimpse of the issues taking place within the family.

While Kierra seems to be attempting to find her voice in gospel music, her younger brother seems to be struggling with his own identity outside of the church.

“Everybody forgets about the fact that I want to be me,” J Drew II said in the BET preview. “I want to get out and have fun.”

While the 22-year-old was shown partying with different women, his parents questioned whether he is living a life suitable for a Christian.

Watch the premiere of The Sheards immediately following Celebration of Gospel on Sunday, April 7 at 10P/9C before it moves to its regular time on Sundays at 8P/7C!


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