Dove Channel's original show "Frankly Faraci" is back for a second season and in an upcoming episode of the anticipated series, the iconic musician and television host Harry Connick Jr. makes the countercultural statement that his only desire at this point in his life is to follow God's will.
"Somebody said if you have three wishes what would you want?'" Harry told Hollywood producer Matthew Faraci before sharing his own answers to that question. "If I had three wishes, I wanna do God's will, I wanna do God's will, I wanna do God's will!"
"I just wanna do what I'm supposed to do, and for me that is the premise in which everything else is built. It allows me to be childlike, it allows me to be spontaneous and more creative," Harry revealed on the "Frankly Faraci" episode.
The Dove Channel is a rapidly-growing popular family-friendly streaming service provided by Cinedigm. It's original series "Frankly Faraci" is returning for a second season on Nov. 8. The innovative series provides viewers a "behind-the-scenes look at high-profile figures in entertainment" from actors, musicians, athletes and others whose lives and careers are inspired by faith.
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"We couldn't be more excited to bring Dove Channel viewers season two of 'Frankly Faraci'," vice president of Cinedigm Networks, Erick Opeka, said in a statement shared with The Christian Post. "Matthew Faraci's thought-provoking, relatable and humorous approach to the interview has had an overwhelmingly positive reception from both fans and talent alike. With this show, Faraci has artfully delivered what audiences have long been seeking in values-based entertainment."
"Frankly Faraci: Season Two" features interviews with celebrities who candidly discuss their faith, family, and motivations.
Besides Harry Connick Jr., other guests this season include: Comedian-actor and close friend of Steve Harvey, Cedric the Entertainer; actress, author and entrepreneur Candace Cameron Bure; St. Louis Cardinals pitcher and future hall of famer Harry Adam Wainwright; as well as Apple Store and Genius Bar creator and CEO of Enjoy, Ron Johnson; TV and film actor Corbin Bernsen; and star of ABC's hit show "The Middle" Atticus Shaffer.