Carrie Underwood and Husband Mike Fisher Have Reportedly Gone through Difficulties

Rebelander Basilan
Jul 05, 2020
05:00 A.M.
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Like other couples, Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher fight sometimes. In their new docuseries, they discussed their differences in opinions, family, faith, and more.


Underwood, 37, and Fisher, 39, who exchanged their wedding vows in July 2010, filmed the four-part series titled "Mike and Carrie: God & Country" in Tennessee in December 2019, as reported by US Weekly.

"We got into talking about the difficulties of raising a family or some of the personal trials they've gone through and there's some genuine emotional moments in there," Producer Jonah Ingram explained.

Mike Fisher and Carrie Underwood at Bridgestone Arena on November 13, 2019 in Nashville, Tennessee. | Photo: Getty Images



Ingram added that there were times where he was happy the couple were together, so they could hold each other's hands and stroll through it together.

Meanwhile, producer John Humphrey explained that their objective was to show who they are in a way that numerous individuals do not find the opportunity to see.

In episode one, Underwood and Fisher already became honest about what they do not concede to, where they stood before starting their family, and how their purposes contrasted before they met.

Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher at Bridgestone Arena on June 05, 2019 in Nashville, Tennessee. | Photo: Getty Images



Underwood said that she and her husband learn from one another and have lively conversations about things that they disagree on. However, she pointed out that they love each other so much at the end of the day.

For his part, the former hockey player said that their faith keeps them destined for success. According to him, there is always a way and that it is consistently God who is working in it.

After the third loss, Underwood had a legitimate discussion with God.



As reported by ET, "Mike and Carrie: God & Country" will comprise of weekly episodes, starting May 27. The episodes are under 10 minutes each, as reported by ET.

Ingram and Humphrey are hoping that fans leave away from this arrangement, confident and roused. Meanwhile, Underwood and Fisher, whose first son, Isaiah Michael, was born in 2015, have consistently spoken the truth about their battles.


That includes the singer's three miscarriages before. As reported by PEOPLE, Fisher said that he and Underwood conceived swiftly every time they pursued for a second child after Isaiah was born.

However, they had the first two losses months into the pregnancies. After the third loss, Underwood had a legitimate discussion with God. In January 2019, the couple welcomed their second child, son Jacob Bryan.

Underwood started dating Fisher after they met at one of her concerts in 2008. The singer became engaged to him in December 2009.