The fifth season of Greenleaf is streaming on OWN in the USA. As per official announcements, this season is going to be the last season of the series. However, fans must not lose hope because there is good news waiting for them.
It has been officially stated that a spin-off series to Greenleaf, called Delilah, is in the making and is soon going to hit the screens! Greenleaf is an American television drama series. The series has been created by Craig Wright.
Hollywood legend Oprah Winfrey acts as an executive producer, and so does Lionsgate Television. Clement Virgo also serves as an executive producer and director of the series.
What Is Known So Far:
While the finale of season five was being aired, OWN (Oprah Winfrey Network) announced a new series that would be making its way to the channel. In a teasing clip, all that was present were these words: “DELILAH COMING SOON”. Fans have already begun speculating if this is going to be a spin-off series to Greenleaf.
It seems the fans were right! The news of a spin-off was announced on Twitter with a short video. OWN’s teaser reads: “We told you never to lose faith. Prayers have been answered. A spin-off is in the works. Let the church say amen!” So fans can be pretty sure that it is definitely happening. However, as of yet, the exact release date of the series has not been announced.
Greenleaf An Overview
Greenleaf revolves around the story of the titular family, who runs a megachurch in Memphis, Tennessee. The church has a large African-American membership base. The family is led by Bishop James and Lady Mae.
Their estranged daughter, Grace, suddenly returns home after 20 years when her sister mysteriously dies. In the show’s final eight episodes, Grace and the Greenleaf family try to erase the painful memory of their past as much as they can so that they can look forward to the future and see what plans the future holds for them.
Cast Of The Show
It is not yet officially known which characters and actors are returning in the spin-off tale. However, Delilah is expected to dwell primarily on Lady Mae.