Praise the Lord (TV program)

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Praise the Lord
Created by TBN
Starring

Matt Crouch

Laurie Crouch
Country of origin United States
Production
Running time 120 minutes
Release
Original network TBN
Original release May 28, 1973


Praise the Lord is a Christian-oriented talk program which is the flagship program of the Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN). TBN president Matt Crouch and his wife Laurie serve as the primary hosts of the show. On November 14, 2016, the title was changed to its previously informal name Praise, with a new logo.

Jim McClellan is an male announcer of TBN who's have been doing for over 34 years.

In 1992, The main Praise the Lord theme song was arranged and composed by Rich Cook, There are three different versions of the opening theme, one with a long version, one with a medium one and one with a short version, For the ending of the 1992 Praise the lord theme, this version was played by an instrumental version with a saxophone solo is heard before the choir sings at the end.

Premise[edit]

Originally hosted by TBN founders Paul and Jan Crouch, and later by Paul Crouch Jr., it features a mix of interviews with celebrities and other performers discussing faith-based topics and their personal relationship with faith, and music performances from various gospel and contemporary Christian artists. It was originally two hours, which changed to ninety minutes, as well as moved to a new time slot.

The Praise the Lord format is also franchised to TBN owned-and-operated stations and affiliates, which air local versions of the program.[citation needed]

Theme music[edit]

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