“The American Bible Challenge” game show host, Jeff Foxworthy, is no stranger to game television. Foxworthy is a comedian, and has sold more comedy records than anyone. According to Rock Center with Brian Williams Friday, Feb. 15, the show on GSN is the biggest hit since 1994.
In August 2012, the hit television show finished with 13 million viewers for their first season.–That’s huge for GSN. You can watch re-runs on GSN.
A unique aspect of the show is, gospel recording guru, Kirk Franklin, who sings and pumps the audience up before the show starts.
Contestants go through an application process in which they answer 30 Bible questions. One team was shown singing all the 66 books of the Bible in order. There are three teams with three teammates each competing. Each team that wins, receives $20,000 and the money goes to their favorite charity. The grand finale winners receive $100,000 towards their charity.
Foxworthy, comedian attends a non-denominational church near Atlanta and he is very comfortable hosting this reality TV show. He has been leading Bible study groups for 15 years, and he looks like a veteran hosting the show.
The second season premiere for “The American Bible Challenge,” will include nine episodes and premiere on March 21, 2013. All casting for season two has concluded.
Two teams from the Detroit area will be represented in the second season: Team Man of Motor City and Team Detroit Believers.