Oxygen’s new unscripted music series “Fix My Choir” will debut Nov. 5.
The show stars Destiny’s Child singer Michelle Williams and gospel star Deitrick Haddon, who travel around the country mentoring dysfunctional choirs. The musicians spend a week with each choir, teaching them how to sing and work together in harmony so that they can be taken to the next level.
Williams made her name as part of super-group Destiny’s Child, but recently she’s taken a turn toward gospel. The Grammy winner collaborated with Beyonce Knowles and Kelly Rowland on a Jesus-centered single “Say Yes” in June.
Co-star Haddon is a prolific gospel singer, songwriter, music producer and pastor who has released over a dozen albums. He also stars in the Oxygen show “Preachers of L.A.
TheWrap has the first teaser for the series, which shows a particularly challenged church choir.
“Oh my gosh, my choir just needs a fixing,” says one man.
Suddenly Williams and Haddon bust onto the scene and the crowd goes wild.
“A great choir has the potential to inspire communities and uplift people everywhere,” said Rod Aissa, senior vice president, original programming and development for Oxygen Media. “Viewers will witness Deitrick and Michelle breathe new life into choirs that have lost their way in ‘Fix My Choir,’ culminating with unforgettable performances that will bring the house down.”
“Fix My Choir” is produced by Pink Sneakers with John Ehrhard, Kimberly Ehrhard and Lauren Stevens. Haddon and Relevé Entertainment’s Holly Carter and Jonathan Singer all serve as Executive Producers.
“Fix My Choir” is part of Oxygen’s rebrand, which launches on Tuesday, Oct. 7 across all platforms. It will showcase the network’s new logo and tagline, “very real,” and targets young, modern women.
Watch the preview above.
“Fix My Choir” premieres Wednesday, Nov. 5 at 10 pm ET/PT on Oxygen.