TV Show ‘God Friended Me’ to Explore Faith, Belief, & Science Through the Eyes of an Atheist

The cast of the upcoming CBS TV show “God Friended Me” say the sitcom will explore all sides of faith and science as the plot follows an atheist whose beliefs are challenged after he receives a friend request from God.

In a Christian Post premiere clip posted on Tuesday (see below), the cast of the upcoming series shares what they believe viewers will get from watching the show.

“Is there, or is there not a God? That conversation is part of what this whole show is all about,” actor Joe Morton (“Scandal,” “Justice League”) who plays the show’s pastor, explains in the feature clip.

The new drama will air on Sundays starting this fall. Lead character Brandon Micheal Hall (“The Mayor,” “Search Party”) believes it will touch “on a subject” that he considers very “sacred.”

Supporting actor Suraj Sharma (“Homeland,” “Life of Pi”) says the show “crisscrosses conversations about belief, faith, God, and science.”

Female lead Violett Beane (“The Flash,” “The Leftovers”) notes, “To tell all those sides in one show is something I don’t think I’ve ever seen before.”

Actress Javicia Leslie (“Chef Julien,” “MacGyver”) believes the show “will appeal to a very broad audiences because of the type of voices in it.”

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Source: Christian Post