Carrie Underwood and her husband Mike Fisher got very candid about their marriage and life together in a trailer for their upcoming four-part reality docu-series, which is set to debut on I Am Second's official website Wednesday, May 27. Officially titled Mike and Carrie: God & Country, the show will see the country star and retired hockey player open up about their lives behind closed doors. On Monday, I Am Second -- a non-profit, Christian organization -- shared a first look at the online TV show on its Instagram account.
Carrie got emotional in the sneak peek, as she and Mike spoke about a range of topics, including the start of their relationship more than a decade ago and the three miscarriages they suffered before they welcomed their now 1-year-old son Jacob into the world in January 2019."You know, marriage is a giant mirror and it's a magnifying glass, too," Mike -- who recently shared a very sweet photo of his youngest son being his "farm helper" to social media -- said as the trailer opened.
The duo, who are also parents to 5-year-old Isaiah, admitted they're not always on the same page when it comes to big life decisions.
Carrie shared how she and her husband of almost 10 years "differ drastically." One such difference was revealed when she said that -- as a child -- she swore she would never marry a hunter, an activity Mike is passionate about.
The couple also discussed their differing opinions on children. The hockey great admitted he always wanted to have "lots of kids."As for Carrie, she shared that having children was not too high on her priority list.
"I was never good with other people's kids. Why would I be good with one of my own?" she asked in the trailer.
Things got even more candid when they began to speak about their fertility struggles.
"She's like, 'I lost the baby,'" Mike recalled, "and I was like, 'again?'"An emotional Carrie then began to tear up as she mentioned a conversation she had with God where she "told him how [she] felt" when she was "hurt."
The new trailer promised more "unfiltered conversations" from the duo throughout the four episodes.
This first look at their docu-series comes shortly after Carrie gave her fans another peek inside her life at home with Mike when she joined TikTok last month.
For that upload, she posted a clip of herself and Mike as they captured and set free a bird that had flown into their home and perched on a windowsill.