‘Bride & Prejudice: Forbidden Love’: Meet the Couples on Lifetime’s Newest Reality Show

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Lifetime may simply be house to your latest actuality TV obsession. 

On Wednesday, Feb. 26, Bride & Prejudice: Forbidden Love makes its debut on the community. The second season of the present — the primary aired on FYI Network — options three {couples} who’re deeply in love. But every additionally faces severe pushback from their disapproving family and friends. With the assistance of Married at First Sight’s Pastor Cal Roberson they’ll should both overcome their variations or resolve to go their separate methods. 

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Many folks have instructed me that they apply my counsel on #mafs to their private relationships. So, I used to be ecstatic to announce this new present, #brideandprejudice that gives much more… however, I’ve been requested a couple of questions concerning the present and I figured I’d simply reply to all my followers on the similar time. Here goes… Q: What’s the premise of the present? A: Couples who’re going through (seemingly) irreconcilable challenges rely on the connection skilled (yours really) to assist them navigate by their emotional uncertainties, and discover their untapped tenacity to push through and succeed. Q: How many specialists will likely be featured? A: I, Cal “Pastor Cal” Roberson, am the one skilled featured on the present. Q: Are there any spoilers we will know?? A: No. BUT!! What I can say is, should you’ve ever been in a relationship, or plan on entering into one, watching this present will certainly be useful to you. Whether you’re making an attempt to reroute or resolve battle, the recommendation to those {couples} is fairly stable and transcending… it offers with the core of who we’re as people, so tune in. Q: When and the place can I see the present? A: Bride and Prejudice debuts on Feb. 26 at 10pm, instantly following Married at First Sight on Lifetime TV. Oh! and, no, I’m not leaving @mafslifetime that is simply one other door that God is opening. Much gratitude and like to @kineticcontent and @lifetimetv

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Though seemingly dedicated to one another, these Atlanda {couples} face variations of race, faith, and age which have these closest to them questioning if the connection will succeed. Each will participate in a four-week experiment to find the objections to their relationship and assist them discover help and acceptance. Pastor Cal will “help them navigate through their emotional uncertainties, and find their untapped tenacity to push thru and succeed,” he defined in an Instagram post.

Willi and Cameron 

Willi and Cameron are struggling to beat variations of each faith and perception of their relationship. Willi is Jewish, whereas Cameron is Christian. Willi’s household needs Cameron to transform earlier than the 2 marry. 

In the trailer for the upcoming season, Cameron tells Willi’s dad that he needs to marry his daughter. “I want my grandchildren to be raised Jewish,” his potential father-in-law replies. “If not, then hit the pavement.” Willi additionally appears to need her boyfriend to transform, although he pushes again, saying “it’s never going to happen.”

Blair and Chris

Blair and Chris are a mixed-race couple, which doesn’t sit properly with everybody they know. Specifically, Blair’s mom doesn’t approve of Chris’s combined North Korean heritage. Nor is she a fan of his tattoos and dangerous boy picture. 

“I have a problem with Chris being part Asian,” says Blair’s mom within the trailer. “It’s a Communist country.” 

Kiandria and Kareem  

For Kiandria and Kareem the issue is a distinction in ages. Both of their households suppose there’s a maturity hole with this couple, particularly with regards to the a lot youthful Kareem’s potential to be a dad or mum to Kiandria’s six-year-old son. But it won’t simply be an age distinction that their family members object to.

“I do not like his personality,” considered one of Kiandria’s relations bluntly declares. 

Pastor Cal Roberson says ‘Bride & Prejudice: Forbidden Love’ has classes for anybody in a relationship

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Relationship skilled Roberson says that Bride & Prejudice: Forbidden Love (which is predicated on Australian present with the identical idea) has classes to show anybody in a relationship.

“If you’ve ever been in a relationship, or plan on getting into one, watching this show will definitely be beneficial to you,” he wrote on Instagram. “Whether you’re trying to reroute or resolve conflict, the advice to these couples is pretty solid and transcending… it deals with the core of who we are as individuals, so tune in.”

Bride & Prejudice: Forbidden Love premieres Wednesday, Feb. 26 at 10/9c on Lifetime. 

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