Have you had a chance to watch this fall’s new show, God Friended Me. This feels like a second attempt after the failure of Living Biblically, which was canceled mid first season. The difference though between the shows is much better writing. In God Friended Me, you are pulled into the characters that even have a hint of underline love story. This show does a great job showing the best way to handle our differences in religion, political and social views are open and candid conversations. So have you watched the show yet? If so tell us below what you think of it.
A drama series airing on CBS, God Friended Me stars Brandon Micheal Hall, Violett Beane, Suraj Sharma, Javicia Leslie, and Joe Morton. Set in New York City, the series revolves around a thoughtful and outspoken podcaster named Miles(Hall). Miles is an atheist and that puts him at odds with his reverend father (Morton). Miles’ life is turned upside down when he receives a friend request on social media from a user named “God”. He eventually accepts and starts digging into his new friend’s account, convinced it’s a hoax. He partners with journalist Cara Bloom (Beane) and gets additional aid from his sister Ali (Leslie) and his hacker pal Rakesh (Sharma). Miles is convinced that the “God” account is an elaborate hoax and is devoted to uncovering the truth. In the meantime, he’s playing along and, in the process, seeing his life changed forever.