A New TV Show Is Launching On Channel 5 Where Party-Mad Girls Get Sent To A Convent
Bad Habits, Holy Orders sounds incredible.
Ever wondered what kind of dramas would occur if a group of party-loving girls got sent to live in a convent without the standard trio of smartphones, make-up, and sex to keep them entertained?
This exact concept is being explored in a brand new series called Bad Habits, Holy Orders, which sees a bunch of millennial women being taken under the wing of a super conservative sisterhood in East Anglia.
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Once living in the convent, the group of fun-loving women are forced to "swap hedonism for humility"; which basically means chucking out their contour palettes and tequila bottles to channel their energy into helping the homeless and reading actual books.
This is a pretty major moment in television history in that it's the very first time the Daughters of Divine Charity have given producers unprecedented access to what their life is actually like behind closed doors.
It comes after nearly a year of negotiations between Channel 5 and the Catholic Church’s National Office for Vocation; meaning this genuinely innovative concept has been in the pipeline for quite some time.
Even better, the series boasts an almost all-woman team both in front and behind the camera, with pretty much all contributors and editorial and production staff being female. Sisterhood indeed.
We can only begin to imagine how tough it's going to be for a group of party girls to adapt to life in a nunnery...
Bad Habits, Holy Orders starts on Channel 5 from Thursday October 19, at 10pm