Beyond A.D., the first-ever NBC Entertainment Digital talk show companion series, will launch on Sunday, April 12, just one week after the premiere of A.D. The Bible Continues on Sunday, April 5 at 9/8c.
Hosted by E! News co-host Jason Kennedy, each episode of Beyond A.D. will be taped weekly before a live audience at the Real Life Church in Southern California. The half-hour digital companion series will serve as a discussion platform for fans, cast, producers, and special celebrity and musical guests. Beyond A.D. will cover both the historical and spiritual topics depicted in the broadcast and offer the chance for fans and audience members to interact with cast, producers and special guests.
Type: Talk Show
Status: To Be Determined
Runtime: 60 minutes
Beyond A.D. - Projective identification - Netflix
Projective identification is a term introduced by Melanie Klein to describe the process whereby in a close relationship, as between mother and child, lovers, or therapist and patient, parts of the self may in unconscious fantasy be thought of as being forced into the other person. While based on Freud's concept of psychological projection, projective identification represents a step beyond. In R.D. Laing's words, “The one person does not use the other merely as a hook to hang projections on. He/she strives to find in the other, or to induce the other to become, the very embodiment of projection”. Feelings which can not be consciously accessed are defensively projected into another person in order to evoke the thoughts or feelings projected. Projective identification may be used as a type of defense, a means of communicating, a primitive form of relationship, or a route to psychological change; used for ridding the self of unwanted parts or for controlling the other's body and mind.
Beyond A.D. - Wounded couple - Netflix
Relationship problems have been linked to the way there can be a division of emotional labour in a couple, by way of projective identification, with one partner carrying projected aspects of the other for them. Thus one partner may carry all the aggression or all the competence in the relationship, the other all the vulnerability. Jungians describe the resultant dynamics as characterising a so-called “wounded couple” – projective identification ensuring that each carries the most ideal or the most primitive parts of their counterpart. The two partners may initially have been singled out for that very readiness to carry parts of each other's self; but the projected inner conflicts/division then come to be replicated in the partnership itself. Conscious resistance to such projective identification may produce on the one side guilt for refusing to enact the projection, on the other bitter rage at the thwarting of the projection.
Beyond A.D. - References - Netflix