Reality TV Buzz: Erica Campbell is ‘so very excited’ about her new docu-series ‘We’re the Campbells’
EEW Magazine News // Reality TV
In a day and age where positive depictions of love and major among people of faith and color are in short supply, gospel power couple, Warryn and Erica Campbell, are stepping up to the plate.
The two will be featured in their own TV One docu-series, “We’re the Campbells” premiering Tuesday, June 19 at 8 p.m. ET/7C—something Erica is “so very excited” about.
The nine episode reality show will give viewers an intimate glimpse into the lives the husband and wife team as they tackle the everyday struggles that come with balancing family and work, nurturing their marriage, building their individual careers, and fostering their faith. They’re doing all this while raising their three children Warryn, Zaya and teenager Krista.
“We are a normal family that wants a healthy relationship with healthy and happy kids that will impact the world,” says Erica. “I think families will see us deal with the same things they encounter in life. I’m so very excited.”
Dividing time between her family’s life in Los Angeles and her work life in Dallas, Erica is not only a doting wife, mother and sister, but also a host of the popular nationally-syndicated program “Get Up! Mornings with Erica Campbell” on Reach Media, which she tapes daily. In addition to these roles, she is also one-half of the award-winning Gospel music duo Mary Mary, writing a new book, promoting her hair extension and wig collection and serving as First Lady of the family church.
“I am excited to let people in and share our family’s story,” said Warryn, the patriarch of the family, who is an award-winning veteran music producer for today’s most influential artists, Pastor of the California Worship Center, and founder of the record label My Block Inc. When he’s not leading prayer and worship service, he is mentoring his upcoming music artists.
“It is super important that folks will get to see a strong, beautiful Black family, a loving couple and nothing but the hand of God and the grace of God on our lives through everyday situations—both good and bad,” he added in a statement obtained by EEW Magazine.
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