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Questioning his Maker

Television | In CBS series God Friended Me, an atheist doubts the divine, with unexpected results
by Marty VanDriel
Posted 9/27/18, 01:12 pm

If God sent you a Facebook friend request, what would you do? That’s the unlikely scenario at the beginning of the new CBS series God Friended Me.

Miles Finer (Brandon Micheal Hall) is an outspoken atheist eager to share his unbelief with the world through his new podcast. He toils absentmindedly during the day in a call center: His real passion is his podcast. Miles lights up with enthusiasm as he debates the existence of God with guests. “There is no proof of God anywhere in the universe,” he states.

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Modern Magnum

Television | Lighthearted Magnum P.I. reboot avoids sexism, showcases diversity
by Laura Finch
Posted 9/25/18, 01:15 pm

CBS’ newly remade Magnum P.I., which premiered Monday, sticks roughly to the premise of the original 1980s hit show starring Tom Selleck: a light, funny, mystery storyline about a former Navy SEAL “repurposing his military skills to become a private investigator.”

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Onstage proposal unofficially wins the Emmys

by Lynde Langdon
Posted 9/18/18, 12:18 pm

Amazon’s The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel became the first streaming series to win top Emmy comedy honors, and HBO’s Game of Thrones recaptured the best drama series category Monday night at the awards ceremony in Los Angeles. With the exception of NBC’s Saturday Night Live, traditional broadcast network shows were shut out in the top award categories. Mrs.

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