Farrell Williams has created a gospel series on Netflix titled “Sound of Fire”, Diversity Learned.
The show will follow Ezekiel Williams, a respected musical talent from the Hampton Roads, Veracruz region, which includes the Ferrell suburb of Varelia Beach. The registered series will revolve around the city, as it produces one of the most inspiring gospel singers in the world.
His core team of bishops and influential evangelical leaders will take the initiative to find unveiled talent on Hampton Roads, and with the belief that different backstretches can make their collective voices more meaningful, the group will seek out people of all ages, races and communities.
Farenell and Bishop announced the news of the series during a conversation at the Essence Festival on Sunday, which has gone digital this year due to the coronavirus epidemic.
Insiders describe the series as an enthusiastic, emotionally good project that, in a fulfilling period of the world, is “just what we need right now.”
Appearing on camera, Farrell will be the executive producer through his multi-media company IM Other. The series marks the latest television initiative for a Grammy winner, who has also served as a judge on NBC’s “The Voice.”
Mimi Weldes of IM Others, Arthur Smith et al. Frank Sinton and Bianca Barnes-Williams of Smith & Co. will serve as executives.
“Voice of Fire” comes shortly after the news of another potential Netflix project for Ferrer, who is in the early stages of development with a streaming giant on a feature-length music side towards Junior, as well as under Kenya Barris. Huge overall deal on Netflix. The two are also working on a live stage musical about the holiday, which commemorates the end of slavery in the United States.
For Netflix, “Voice of Fire” is the latest unselected project, as the company has been pushing hard over the past year to co-host music-focused shows, “Rhythm and Flow” and several alternative landscapes in the breakout dating series, “Profit Blind,” too. Hot “and most recently,” Say I Do “Netflix recently greenlit two new documentary-style romance series, one revolving around an autism dating person and the other focusing on an Indian matchmaker.
“Voices of Fire” is set to launch on Netflix after 2020.