'Preachers' Daughters' Tackles Controversial Issues

A new reality-TV show following three girls raised by preachers covers some surprising topics.
2:05 | 03/12/13

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Back now with the controversial new reality show showing teen girls being raised by reverends with topics from motherhood and adult entertainment, you have to see it to believe it. Neal karlinsky has the story. Reporter: If you think following the seemingly hum-drum life of churchgoing families wouldn't hit the mark for a reality show, tonight your faith is television is about to be tested. ♪ A preacher's daughter ♪ Reporter: "Preachers' daughters," lifetime a newnd at times jarringly lustful look at three teenage girls and their pastor parent struggles to rein them in. I want to start dating. Reporter: From a mom pastor sex talk sermon to her daughter and friends. I want to define what I mean by having sex. Reporter: To the eacher's daughter who thinks a career in porn might be a good idea. God please don't ever let my daughter become a porn star. Reporter: Even before tonight's debut, this show was already getting high marks from some critics but others believe it walks a tightrope between poor taste and religious reich chusness. We met one of the show's stars, olivia perry. Her father is a pastor and she is a teenage mom trying to get her life back on track. You had a drunk driving violation. You found out you were pregnant. And lost my license for a year. Reporter: And lost your license for a year in one weekend and you were how old? 17 so I was hanging out with the wrong people, doing drugs, drinking. Reporter: Now a group called one million moms is call forego a boycott saying in a statement account to publicize someone's struggles for a buck and belittle pastors' daughters in the process is despicable." Lifetime isn't commenting. Networks never go into a show hoping people protest against it but they certainly don't mind if it helps them with their marketing effort. Reporter: And in reality tv, the only sin is not being talked about. For "good morning america," neal karlinsky, abc news, oceana, california.

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