WeTV’s “Sisters In Law” On What Lines Won’t Be Crossed For Reality TV [EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW]

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Ladies from WeTV’s new reality series, “Sisters In Law,” about a group of black women who are working lawyers, chat about how the new series came about. They discuss how they even came up with the idea to put themselves on television, and why they thought their lives would make for perfect addition to America’s reality TV line-up.

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Plus, they talk about how they dealt with adjusting to the life with cameras around, and how they decide what lines then can and can’t be crossed in their personal lives. Click on the audio player to hear about it all in this inspiring discussion with “The Yolanda Adams Morning Show” in this exclusive interview

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WeTV’s “Sisters In Law” On What Lines Won’t Be Crossed For Reality TV [EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW] was originally published on theyolandaadamsmorningshow.com

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