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Get Ready To ‘Fall’ With Greenleaf Another Season

Hit MegaChurch Drama Back On OWN

Ursula V. Battle | 8/30/2019, 6 a.m.
Greenleaf takes viewers into the unscrupulous world of the Greenleaf family and their sprawling Memphis megachurch, where scandalous secrets and ...
Greenleaf takes viewers into the unscrupulous world of the Greenleaf family and their sprawling Memphis megachurch. Ursula V. Battle

Merle Dandridge portrays “Grace ‘Gigi’ Greenleaf.”

“Season four is my favorite journey Grace has been on so far,” said Dandridge. “She opens up a Pandora’s Box with a trip to Phoenix. It creates a reckoning she has not been able to face. She is usually the one who turns the tables, but this time, the tables get turned on her. Hers get turned over her in middle of leading the church.”

Dandridge has acted in a number of popular series, including NCIS: Los Angeles.

“Being on Greenleaf has been a ministry,” she said. “One of the greatest gifts I have had is that I can combine my faith and my craft.”

Deborah Joy Winans of the renowned gospel-singing Winans family, portrays Bishop Greenleaf’s daughter “Charity Greenleaf-Satterlee”.

“I have fallen in love with Charity,” said Winans. “She is a woman of the people and a lot of women relate to her. We have seen her be young and naïve. We have seen her try her best to show her parents how much she feels she is called to ministry in preaching and shut down on many occasions. Through it all, we see her go through all these trials and tribulations and we see her mature into a grown woman.”

Winans received her BFA from Wayne State University and Moscow Art Theatre School. She also holds an MFA from California Institute of the Arts.

“We see Charity owning the decisions she makes,” said Winans. “We also see her decide that if you don’t want to see me, I’m going to make you see me . She makes decisions that no mater who it hurts, that is what she is going to do. This season she is not asking, she is doing.”


Viewers can catch up on the show's complete three seasons on Netflix. For more information about Greenleaf, visit www.oprah.com