BET Plus Sets Premiere Date For Kingdom Business Season 2

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BET Plus announced “Kingdom Business” season 2 will premiere on Nov. 2, with new episodes every week.

The series explores the gospel music industry and themes of family, faith, love, and music. The series follows Denita (Yolanda Adams), a gospel superstar managing Kingdom Records and serving as the First Lady of First Kingdom Church. It also follows Rbel (Serayah), a young woman with a disruptive past as an exotic dancer.

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It stars Yolanda Adams, Serayah, Kiandra Richardson, Tamar Braxton, La’Myia Good, Chaundre A. Hall-Broomfield, Michael Jai White, Aspen Kennedy, and Tyler K. Whitley.

Loretta Devine, Louis Gossett Jr, Tasha Cobbs Leonard, and Chandler Moore join Kingdom Business season 2

Season 1 finale left audiences with a cliffhanger for Michael Beach’s character, “Bishop Calvin Jordan,” who was last seen at the altar in deep reflection before we hear a gunshot and fade to black. His fate remains unknown.

This season delves into the gospel music industry as the Jordan family fights to regain their legacy, record label, and church standing after a scandal.

Loretta Devine and Louis Gossett, Jr. will portray Denita Jordan’s parents, Darlene and Jeremiah.

The series is created and showrun by John J. Sakmar and Kerry Lenhart, with additional writers like Ruth Ferrera, Corey Moore, Jasmine Swift, and Sara Ray. Directors include Neema Barnette, Mary Lou Belli, Oz Scott, and Terri J. Vaughn.

Warryn Campbell and Kirk Franklin compose the music for the series. Executive producers are Dr. Holly Carter, DeVon Franklin, Kirk Franklin, Michael Van Dyck, and co-executive producer Ruth Ferrera. Producers are Keesha Brickhouse and Jim Bigwood. Production is handled by Dae Light Media, Relevé Entertainment, Franklin Entertainment, and FoYo Soul Entertainment.

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