PKs (Preachers' Kids) is a South African documentary series profiling a group of young people who are all the children of preachers, documenting how their parents' role in the community has affected their own lives.
The series features a group of young people trying to carve out their own paths in the world, and how their journeys and stories of being a preacher's kid has motivated some individuals, whilst hindered others.
From two very different sisters to a trio of brothers following in their famous father's musical footsteps, the show offers a glimpse into the hopes, ambitions and realities of PKs.
Look out for the episode which features a popular young man who desires a showbiz career but who also feels that he has a calling to possibly be a pastor - and needs to make a decision.
There's also the story about a young woman, whose life in the city contrasts with the one she lives when she visits her hometown.
Whilst preachers may well be referenced in the show's name, it is their children whose stories are firmly at the centre of the show.
The PKs talk openly about their worlds, sharing the lessons they have learned, the lifestyles they have embraced, and their personal journeys to ultimately define their own futures.
PKs provides a closer look into the lives of some young South Africans who ultimately live under society's watchful eye, while dealing with many of the same pressures as their peers.
Questions of how to earn a living, to balance family and individual responsibilities, and how to explore their worlds while staying true to their roots, are all probed.
PKs is a Vuzu Amp original production, produced by Burnt Onion Productions. The executive producers are Rethabile Ramaphakela, Katleho Ramaphakela and Tshepo Ramaphakela.