The television series “Baptist” debuts in the United Kingdom on October 9, with episodes slated to air in the coming weeks on the BBC, BBC America and Sky Atlantic.
“Bathtub Story,” a new mini-series created by “Bake Off” creator and director Josh Zeman and starring former “Teen Mom” star Jenelle Evans and actor Jack Coleman, is also set to debut on the same channel.
The series follows the family of a newlyweds who are forced to live in a house full of children, while trying to overcome their issues of identity.
Evans is currently dating fellow “Teen Homecoming” star, who plays an abusive father.
The three-part mini-season will follow the family as they adjust to their new life together and confront their past, while also dealing with the challenges of raising children alone.
“The family is going through some hard times and we’re going through this really big change of identity and trying to make the best of it,” Evans told ET News.
“It’s going to be really emotional, and I’m excited to be able to be a part of it.”
“Baking Off” season 3, which premiered in January, followed the family through their new home, where they face the challenges and challenges of parenting, including an abusive, alcoholic mother, a dysfunctional home life, and a young and vulnerable father.
Evans was the first openly gay TV star to appear on “Teen Mother,” and she has been the face of the series since its premiere.
“A lot of people have really wanted to work with me on this,” Evans said of her new series.
“I have a lot of confidence in what I do and I have so much fun doing it.
I’m just so happy that it’s finally coming to a head and I can be a normal part of the family and not have to be ashamed about it.”