MONTGOMERY, TX – A new streaming series filmed in Montgomery, Texas is set to release globally on April 30, 2022. Break down the strongholds is a faith-based mystery drama series that intrigues viewers while addressing serious issues of teen suicide, depression, abandonment, spiritual darkness, and other issues plaguing communities.
The show centers on a missing high school teacher and the family of detective Ethan James, whose son, unbeknownst to him, plans to kill himself to escape the pain of losing his mother. Meanwhile, a small town in Texas is distracted and tricked by the arrival of best-selling author and world-renowned thought leader, Redmond Quinn.
“Breaking Strongholds will overturn traditional faith-based media, entertain millions, and deliver a message of hope to broken hearts,” said Terry Weaver, Chief Marketing Officer of Reflective Media Productions.
Like a modern parable, each episode creatively weaves God’s truths into the storyline, pointing those who suffer to Jesus, the One who can truly “break down strongholds.”
“Break down the strongholds brings to light some very dark and devastating issues in our culture. Families and society as a whole are affected by behavioral health issues, particularly suicide. Everyone needs to see this show,” said Judge Wayne L. Mack, Justice Court 1.
On April 16, two weeks before the worldwide release of Break down the strongholds, episodes one and two will premiere in Montgomery, Texas, the series’ official filming location. Before the show, attendees can shop at local vendor booths, behind-the-scenes footage on a 200-square-foot LED screen, guided tours of filming locations, photos with cast, and a VIP lounge. Interested attendees, vendors and sponsors can visit www.breakingstrongholds.com for tickets and details. Admission is free but each participant must register.
Come enjoy the festivities for this historic event on April 16, 2022. Doors open at 3:30 p.m. More information about Reflective Media Productions can be found at www.reflectivemedia.org or by contacting Terry Weaver at (949) 212-7923 or emailing [email protected]