What happens when you mix Reality TV with God? You get TruthQuest, a Christian reality programme from California.
The show will feature twelve teenagers. They'll drive around California in a Winnebago (Christians have no concept of cool), get to know each other (not in the way you and I have in mind), bicker about what music to play ("Can we listen to Second Chapter Acts again? Pleez?") and spread the word of God (and get beat up a lot).
Martin Coleman, executive producer of the show, said "Seeking a path with God is our reality."
TruthQuest has already been voted as least-watched most-boring reality show ever.
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