Up Next: Real Housewives of…The Bible


It’s Real Housewives ofThe Bible.

Ty Adams, a web-based evangelist and author, is producing “The Real Housewives of the Bible,” a two-part DVD series that tracks six women dealing with the ups and downs of marriage as they strive to be good wives.

Adams said that “outrageous reality shows” like Bravo’s “The Real Housewives” series and VH1’s “Basketball Wives”inspired her to create a more wholesome version of the franchise.

Adams has provided Christian relationship advice for nearly ten years, since she founded a production company called Heaven Enterprises in 2002. She’s the author of Single, Saved and Having Sex, has produced religious DVDs and plays and offers sex and relationship advice through a web-based column called “Ask Ty.”

Adams says the goal of her “Real Housewives” DVD, due out later this month, is helping women juxtapose real-life issues with Christian teaching. She says that teaching includes women’s obligation to attempt to sustain relationships that have endured extra-marital affairs and other hardships.

Ty Adams


  • http://www.facebook.com/willboywonder Will Saunders

    Okay. “The Real Housewives of the Bible,” Really? I’m sure it’s a show I will probably never watch. This genre of reality television does not normally inspire me. However, I can’t hate on the producers for making it. There are two main things that drive decisions about programming: 1. where are the advertisers putting their money? And, 2. what are people watching? The answer to both questions is reality television. These types of shows are very popular and most of them are generally very inexpensive to produce. If I were a television executive, I’d be trying to produce a reality show. I’m just wondering how the producers are going to achieve their stated objective: “helping women juxtapose real-life issues with Christian teaching,” — because the appeal of these types of shows is in watching people deal with real-life issues by being disagreeable, manipulative, and catty. lol