"The Real" daytime talk show has officially been given a second season and two of the show's co-hosts are glorifying God for the accomplishment.
The Warner Bros. talk show has made waves on television screens this season since its Sept. debut, drawing in an average of 1.54 million viewers, according to Deadline.com. The publication reports that the talk show has ranked as the number one syndicated talk show of the 2014-15 television season among women 18-34, 18-49 and 25-54.
After it was announced that hosts Tamera Mowry-Housley, Tamar Braxton, Loni Love, Jeannie Mai and Adrienne Bailon, would be back for a second season, the latter two co-hosts made sure to glorify God for the honor.
While each woman expressed their excitement and gratitude for the opportunity to have another season of the show, Jeannie Mai took to her Instagram page to post an image of the women holding hands in a circle while praying.
"Before each and every show, we pray. And every day He giveth more than we can take," she captioned the Instagram image. "Thank you God for this second season that was just announced today. I pray we continue to connect, love, and celebrate life with all who watch."
Adrienne Bailon also took to Instagram to glorify God.
"We are officially going to 2nd season!!! Ahhhhhhh!!!! Tears of joy," Bailon tweeted. "..GOD is faithful.@tamarbraxtonher @tameramowrytwo @comiclonilove @thejeanniemai @sallyannsalsano I love you gals... Let's do it again! #TheReal #TalkShow #FOX."
While preparing for the first season of the show, Bailon spoke with The Christian Post about her fellow cast members' shared faith contributing to the chemistry they had on the show.
"I love that all five of us as believers, before we walked out on that set every single day, we prayed. I don't know what anybody else's rituals are on other shows but I said there's something so special and so crazy about that," Bailon told CP. "We pray that God use us individually to touch somebody, to make somebody laugh, to make somebody say 'Oh my God, I'm not alone!' For a woman that's at home that maybe can't go out with her girlfriends on a daily or even a weekly basis ... she can kick back and watch the show and feel like we are her girlfriends and she can be a part of the show."