“Bride & Prejudice,” follows three star-crossed couples who desperately want to get married, but whose prejudiced family members do not approve of their unions. Viewers will meet the three couples as they decide to make a life-long commitment and get married in the face of staunch opposition from their family and friends. From an interfaith couple in Baltimore, to a gay couple in Boston, and an interracial couple from Houston – these people are all striving to show doubtful loved ones how differences in race, religion and sexual preference do not affect their ability to love and be loved.
Bringing each other’s families together may be challenging, but for the couples featured in “Bride & Prejudice,” approval is necessary before walking down the aisle. As they announce their engagements and meet the in-laws, emotions run high. Viewers will see the difficulties each couple must deal with along the way. Will familial pressure impact their upcoming nuptials, or will love of a potential spouse outweigh love of family? Will they go through with the weddings if family members don’t ultimately approve? Against all odds and in the face of bigotry, these couples will aim to prove that their relationship has what it takes to build the foundation for a long lasting marriage.