An angel offers a jaded Oklahoma City police detective the chance to redeem her life.

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Nominated for 1 Golden Globe. Another 5 wins & 17 nominations. See more awards »

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 Henry Silver 24 episodes, 2007-2010
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 Father John Hanadarko 19 episodes, 2007-2010
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An angel offers a jaded Oklahoma City police detective the chance to redeem her life.

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Live hard. Regret nothing.

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Drama | Fantasy

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23 July 2007 (USA)  »

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Grace  »

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The lasts names of many of the main characters are also names of Oklahoma towns: Ada, Dewey, Stillwater, Norman, Perry, Yukon, and Anadarko. See more »

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In at least three episodes of this series, the police refer to, or inquire about, 'registered' guns; there is NO gun registration in Oklahoma, as in most of the United States. See more »


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Saving Grace
(Main Title Theme)
Written by Erik Schrody (as Everlast)
Performed by Erik Schrody (as Everlast)
Courtesy of E.T.C.F. Music Publishing, Inc.
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Wonderfully Real
8 June 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I first started watching "Saving Grace" because of Holly Hunter. She is one of my favorite actors, and I don't miss anything she's in.

The show caught me off guard with the rawness of the characters. I know nothing of Oklahoma, so I didn't notice the stereotypes. I appreciated the honesty of the characters. Flawed relationships, unhealthy relationships, work partners turning into bed partners. I think it happens more in law enforcement and medical facilities than most places. Watching the team interact is pretty much on point. I like that.

I also like seeing women over forty acting in a good series. I don't have to watch the twenty-somethings strut around reciting lines as if they were still first year drama students. Lorraine Toussaint and Lauren San Giacomo are wonderful in their supporting roles. I get to see three women who's work I admire and respect.

The subtle religious message is presented in a way that is inoffensive but definitely present. I find Earl to be like John Travolta's Michael, but not nearly as annoying. He's a flawed angel, but not in a way that makes you ask, "How can HE be an angle?!" All I can say is thank whatever deity is listening for giving Ms. Hunter the courage to push forward with this project, and the viewers who gave it a chance.


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