Produced by evangelist Pat Robertson's CBN Network, "Another Life" initially emerged as a daily religious serial, which attempted to add a touch of "Christian morality" to traditional soap stories. Centering on the beleaguered Davidson family of Kingsley, Virginia, "Another Life" faced low-ratings and soon segued into more typical soapy fare, as murders, kidnappings, and an extremely bizarre story about a demonic cult leader highlighted its final years. Written by
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In the final episode, leading characters Terry Davidson and Dave Phillips thanked the viewers for all their support. The show ran for 875 episodes and the same episode aired four times daily on the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN). It was the brainchild of TV Evangilist Pat Robertson to produce the very first Christian soap opera in broadcast history. See more