Salt, a new half-hour, bi-weekly talk show focused on the ups and downs of being Black, Christian Millennials in media spaces often polluted with inauthentic “reality” TV shows, is scheduled to debut Sunday, October 11, 2015 at 8:00 p.m. ET on YouTube.
Hosted by Michelle Jenkins, Yeira De Leon, J. Jones, and L.A. Bonds, Salt will engage in no-holds-barred conversations ranging from news of the day to beauty, fashion and colorism in the Black community. The four outspoken women will also keep it real about their own personal relationships. Whether married, single or somewhere in between (think Netflix and Chill), “Salt” promises to bring the flavor to your Sundays.
From the press release:
In [Salt’s] premiere season, guests include actress and producer Reece Odum, (UPtv’s “Lyfe’s Journey” and the “The Wish”), J. Ahmad (Actor, Singer and Songwriter), Damien K.H. Nash (author of “#Completely Single”) and more. Produced by SoulFeed TV and distributed by Salt Media Group, “Salt” originates from Atlanta, GA.
See a clip below:
Can a show grounded in “God’s truth and the Gospel of Jesus,” according to SoulFeedTV’s stated purpose, have wide-spread appeal among an increasing secular Millennial demographic?
We guess you’ll have to pour a little Salt on your Sundays at 8:00 p.m. ET on YouTube and find out.
“Salt”: New Talk Show Provides Space For Black, Christian Millennials To Congregate And Chill was originally published on newsone.com