When you watch “Hello Sunday,” you’re in for a genuinely good time.
The magazine-style show is bright and breezy, effortlessly gliding between stories of faith and inspiration.
“It’s a show from the LDS perspective, but it’s something that really could be enjoyed to anyone who had an interest in anything faith-based,” says Scout Smith, host of “Hello Sunday.”
“Hello Sunday” is about the transformative power of faith: how it motivates us to action, how it energizes us to be kinder and more compassionate and to see the future with hope and optimism. It’s also about the journeys our faith takes us on, which are often not the ones we plan for ourselves.
One of the selling points for Smith to sign on as host was the producers’ goal to make this a show for everybody, not just members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
“I think it’s easy to say that this is Sunday content for a very specific type of person. But that’s not true. We’ve really tried to make this accessible, and that’s really important to me, as a millennial, as a person who is on her own faith journey, she says. “That comes through with the amazing, diverse, interesting people we interview. Not all of them are members of the Church. Not all of them are on the same journey. We hope it’s something that can reach a lot of people.”
The best part? You don’t have to wait until Sunday to watch: episodes are available to stream anytime on the BYUtv app.