Lifetime is looking to redefine conventional television programming with their newest reality show venture, The Sisterhood, featuring five young women who are considering leaving their bad habits behind in exchange for good habits — as in nun habits! Keep reading to meet the potential nun-to-bes that include an aspiring actress, a Catholic blogger and a Miss New York USA 2014 beauty pageant contestant.
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Domonique Scott, one of the stars of TLC’s reality series The Sisterhood featuring pastors and their wives living in and around Atlanta, is facing up to 25 years in prison and $400,000 in fines after a Fulton County grand jury charged her with first-degree forgery and three counts of giving false statements after allegedly receiving federal funds for a nonexistent tutoring business. Keep reading to see her mug shot photo, read all the allegations, and get Domonique’s response to the allegations from her radio show moments ago.
A major plot point for pastors Tara and Brian Lewis of TLC’s The Sisterhood is the fact that they were recently fired from a church in Atlanta that they moved from L.A. to join. They have a dream to become televangelists, and are struggling with making new friends in the ATL and connecting with their co-stars.
It turns out they’ve told different stories about why they were fired from their new church.
Atlanta is turning into a hotspot for reality TV and the latest show to feature big city peaches is TLC’s The Sisterhood. The show aims to provide a candid look into the larger-than-life preacher wives (aka First Ladies) who work to ensure that their families and churches run as smooth as Southern-churned butter. See a preview video via TLC and get photos and bio information for all 5 cast members. Bless their hearts!