Notwithstanding the tight shot of the tight T-shirt on the well-endowed woman in the clips shown to critics, the docu-soap "God or the Girl" treated the four young men trying to decide whether to enter the priesthood with the utmost respect, said executive producer Darryl Silver of the project for A&E — the network of "Dog the Bounty Hunter," "Criss Angel Mindfreak," "Dallas SWAT" and "Rollergirls."
As filmmakers, they wanted to take advantage of the controversy in which the Catholic Church has mired itself, Mark Wolper, the reality series’ other exec producer, told The TV Column after the Q&A session at Winter TV Press Tour 2006. During the Q&A, he’d told the Reporters Who Cover Television that "we completely shifted 180 degrees as a result of what we learned from these gentlemen and how much respect grew in us for their decision, for them as men and for the struggle they were going through."
What they learned from these gentlemen, he told The TV Column, is that these guys could not be manipulated to do things, as participants on other reality series can. So "God or the Girl" is more of a straight documentary, said Wolper, who executive produces the Penn & Teller show on Showtime as well as TV movies such as CBS’s holiday flick "Snow Wonder" starring Mary Tyler Moore and TNT’s remake of Stephen King’s "Salem’s Lot" starring Rob Lowe. [Source][Via Amy Welborn]
Well I am glad it is a strait documentary. Maybe the recent document has had an effect by keeping them from producing "God or the Boy."