A comedy set in the offices of Heaven Inc. When God plans to destroy the Earth, two low-level angels must convince their boss to save humanity. They bet him they can pull off their most impossible miracle yet: help two humans fall in love.
An aspiring actor and his sister Brooke, a former professional dancer, try to find their place in the world while wrestling with their feelings about their 13-year-old brother Chase's sudden rise to internet fame.
Burdened by his "Chosen One" status and backed by a team of specialists he can't relate to, Gary the demon hunter struggles to keep interest in the Earth-saving duty he never asked for and doesn't want.
Almost two years after a virus wiped out most of the human race, Phil Miller only wishes for some company, but soon gets more than he bargained for when that company shows up in the form of other survivors.
Insanity, absurdity and urgency reign, and it's up to head talent booker Staci (Ali Wentworth) to wrangle both her dysfunctional staff and the myriad of stars who bring their quirks, diva demands and peculiar antics to the set.
Not since Maya and Marty has a show come from such good premises, and yet hatched such a poor product. The idea here is excellent and I was looking forwards to enjoying it.
Unfortunately it lacks the charisma that should come with cartoon characters. Both aliens on the news desk came across - to me at least - as annoying to the point of irritability, forcing me to stop watching the first episode about halfway through after I'd had enough.
Too bad. Maybe they can get different voice actors?
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