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Air weekdate:Wednesday Cast:Merle Dandridge, Keith David, Lynn Whitfield, Deborah Joy Winans, Desiree Ross, Kim Hawthorne, Lamman Rucker, Gregory Alan Williams, Oprah Winfrey Genre:Drama Channel:OWN Status:Continuing
The first season of the series having the name of Greenleaf introduces an observer with a quite decent, as it seems, the family which for several years is a true example for all the other people telling them about the importance of the will of God in human life. Heroes series created on the territory a Protestant church with the intention to convince all the people coming in that it is faith in God opens before them the way to eternal life. The main characters are trying to convey to people the essence of the right of life to save them from God's judgment. They thirst to force the parishioners their opinion which is that it is the moral and ethical values are the most important and should be the first place for each person. Long-term efforts in this field have not been wasted. They received great authority having collected a considerable army of believers that significantly improve their financial condition. However, none of the parishioners not even paying attention to what their preachers far from being a model of decorum. Especially, it concerns the female half of the family. The wife of the bishop is engaged in this business just for the sake of her own enrichment because more than anything else she loves money and the fate of her family practically no interest. Nothing good can be said about sister in law. She is far removed from her mother in law. Woman has learned to skillfully manipulate people the same again for her own benefit. What else is capable of this family?
Greenleaf season 1 episodes list:
The drama centered on a Memphis megachurch opens with the return home of estranged daughter Gracie following the death of her sister, Faith. Her father, the church bishop, seems happy to see her, but other family members are less than welcoming. Complicating matters even more: she learns unsettling information about the family and her sister's death from her Aunt Mavis.
Grace decides to move home in order to pursue the person she blames for her sister's death, but working at the church proves to be more difficult than she imagined. In other events, Jacob takes on more responsibilities at the church as a result of her return; Kevin has doubts about his and Charity's plan to start a family; and the Bishop refuses a senator's inquiries into the church's finances.
Grace has an uncomfortable dinner date with a former beau and his fiancée; Jacob and Kerissa face the deficiencies in their marriage; Kevin has an unwanted attraction; and Senator Banks ups the pressure in his inquiry into the church's finances.
The mayor calls in a favor, which leaves the Bishop in a bind that could split the church; Grace is blackmailed about Faith's past; Jacob and Kerissa attend couple counseling; and Charity has difficulty keeping a secret.
Grace and the Bishop find themselves in opposition; Lady Mae tries to mend fences while Kerissa is pushed to her limit; Kevin further explores his sexuality.
The Bishop appoints Grace to preach on Sunday in his absence; Jacob tries to arrange a TV deal for the church; and Kevin's flippant advice to Charity on how to hire a new music director backfires.
Mac is slated to be named "Memphis Man of the Year," but first must advise Charity about the music director; help Jacob with his TV pitch to the Bishop; and deal with paranoia about Grace's effort to bring him to justice. Also on his plate: the IRS audit; and the unwanted appearance of his and Lady Mae's father.
Grace reaches out to Officer Nelson while also working with Noah in an effort to find evidence against Mac; Lady Mae is suspicious of Grace and Noah; Jacob presents his TV plan to the Bishop; Lady Mae pushes the Bishop to reveal a secret; and the Bishop deals with a woman who is out to destroy Calvary.
A debate over security at Calvary erupts following the church shooting; Mac's plans to leave the country life behind set off a chain of potential catastrophes.
Grace thwarts Mac's attempt to blackmail the Bishop; and deals with Sophia's father, Ray, who has doubts about Grace's parenting. In other events, Charity, who's fed up with being disrespected, finally speaks up.
The church is losing money and members; Ray seeks custody of Sophia; Jacob's offers to help Calvary are declined; and Kevin gets closer to Adrian.
Grace, Ray and Sophia go to court; Basie, the Bishop and Jacob discuss an opportunity at Triumph; Deacon Sykes wants to hold a "women's day" at a smaller venue; Adrian gets the wrong idea about his lunch with Kevin; Mavis has problems with her club; and Kevin shares his feelings with Charity.
In the Season 1 finale, Deacon Sykes has doubts about Lady Mae preaching at the "women's day" event; Basie wants Jacob to run Triumph's new community center; and Lady Mae confronts Mavis.