[09/20/04 - 12:00 AM] Amish in the City' Season Finale Airs Tuesday Night at 9 P.M. (ET/PT) on Upn
[via press release from New Line Television]
Amish In The City Season Finale Airs Tuesday Night at 9 p.m. (ET/PT) on UPN
Popular Series Moves to Special Night and Time for Final Episode
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 20 -- Hit reality series Amish In The City
will wrap up its successful debut season Tuesday, Sept. 21 at 9 p.m. (ET/PT)
on UPN with a final episode packed with surprises and life-changing decisions.
In the final episode, all 11 of the show's participants have a wide
variety of decisions to make regarding their future and their faiths. The
Amish participants' Los Angeles journey of discovery comes to a close with a
fireworks display and their revelations about whether they plan to stay in the
outside world or return to their spiritually devout, rural communities, while
the city participants make crucial decisions about their own future plans.
Also in the episode, Jonas receives the results of his GED high school
equivalency exam, the group shares a sailing adventure on the Pacific, one
roommate spoils the mood during a night out on Hollywood's Sunset strip, and
Mose reveals that he has a special surprise for all of his roommates.
Amish in the City is a one-hour series that provides a unique look into
the Amish journey of discovery, known as rumspringa, through five young adults
who have chosen to venture out of their spiritually devout, rural communities
to experience life in the big city, with six roommates from various
metropolitan areas. The series chronicles how relationships develop and
viewpoints collide in a house shared by young people from very different
cultures as they learn to live with each other in a Hollywood Hills home.
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