Dennis Quaid is bringing one message to TV that has Hollywood worried sick

May 20, 2024

For decades, the Left’s message has dominated the entertainment industry.

Now a shift is underway in the content of major networks. 

Dennis Quaid is bringing one message to TV that has Hollywood worried sick.

Dennis Quaid is launching a new History Channel TV series about holy artifacts

Veteran Actor Dennis Quaid is returning to television with a new documentary series from the History Channel.

Holy Marvels with Dennis Quaid will explore the history and the mystery behind holy relics and treasures from around the world.

Historians, religious experts, professors of religious studies and archeology, and authors will give viewers insight into the Ark of the Covenant, Noah’s Ark, the Holy Grail, the Crown of Thorns, and other relics.

Quaid is taking a hands-on role in the series by producing, hosting, and narrating it.

“I was drawn to this project not just because of its intriguing concept but also the way it deeply connects the universal human experience of faith and belief systems,” Quaid said. “This series is a unique opportunity for me to reinvest my religious interests and investigate the rich history of these holy marvels and the importance they hold for people around the globe.”

Episodes of the series will use interviews with experts, historical recreations, and archival footage to tell the story about the relic.

Quaid said that the show will help viewers gain more insight into these religiously significant relics. 

“It’s been said that seeing is believing,” Quaid said in a promo for the series. “So it makes sense that when some of life’s biggest questions are believed to have left behind physical clues, we want to go see for ourselves. Noah’s Ark, the Holy Grail, the Ark of the Covenant, join me as we explore the facts behind some of history’s greatest leaps of faith.”

History Channel Executive Vice President and Head of Programming, Eli Lehrer, said Quaid brought “a unique combination of passion for the material and storytelling to the series.”

“His connection to the subject matter adds a layer of depth and intrigue to these thought-provoking narratives of diverse spiritual practices and captivating religious experiences that will resonate with viewers,” Lehrer said.

Dennis Quaid turning to faith-based projects in this stage of his career

The 70-year-old Quaid found his faith again in the 1990s after he struggled with a drug addiction.

He turned to the faith that he had in his youth to get him through that dark period in his life. 

Now he’s been starring in more faith-based and faith-based adjacent projects later in his career.

And he released a gospel album, Fallen: A Gospel Record for Sinners.

Quaid told the Christian Post that he’s seeing a “hunger” from audiences for inspirational movies.

“Hollywood doesn’t understand their audience anymore,” Quaid explained. “People want to go to the movies to feel things and can’t just discount the spirit, and people hunger for that. And so these stories are really getting a lot of traction these days.”

Audiences will have a chance to learn more about the history surrounding some of the famous Biblical objects during his new History Channel series.

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