Paul investigates modern miracles for the Catholic Church. After he witnesses a true, supernatural miracle, only for his findings to be dismissed, Paul leaves behind the Church and is approached by Alva Keel to join his organization.
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Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. Another 1 nomination. See more awards »

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Skeet Ulrich ...  Paul Callan 13 episodes, 2003
Angus Macfadyen ...  Alva Keel 13 episodes, 2003
Marisa Ramirez ...  Evelyn Santos 13 episodes, 2003
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Paul Callan investigates modern miracles for the Catholic Church. While working on a case involving a terminally ill boy who supposedly can heal people, Paul witnesses his true miraculous power but also faces a sinister demonic entity known as Darkness. However, the Church dismisses all his findings, so the ever more disillusioned Paul quits and continues his work with private investigators, the scholarly Alva Keel, who believes that Paul is on a path to become a powerful force for either good or evil, and his aide Evelyn Santos, who used to work as a cop.

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USA

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English

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27 January 2003 (USA) See more »

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The Calling See more »

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1.78 : 1
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The show is based on an original screenplay by Michael Petroni, that had been purchased by Spyglass Entertainment. When Spyglass decided to turn the screenplay into a television series, they hired Richard Hatem to adapt it into long-form format. Petroni and Hatem share credit as the show's creators. See more »

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Networks have no faith in quality
30 July 2003 | by macfeetiehomeSee all my reviews

Here's another solid concept that fell victim to the whims of the great unwashed of American television audiences. A truly interesting concept, coupled with some solid acting by Ulrich and Macfayden made "Miracles" one of the freshest new shows of the 2002-2003 prime-time television season. Alas, probably because there was no one getting "voted off the Island" on it - it got voted off the Island pretty quickly. I will always rue the fact that the ultimate plot was never allowed to be revealed and the nature of the "God is nowhere" phenomenon was never explained to viewers. Like a succulent hybrid of "X-files" and "Millennium," "Miracles" promised the building intrigue of a huge, unraveled conspiracy theory and the creepy twisted irony of religion gone terribly awry. A real shame it was cancelled, especially while pap like "Big Brother" hangs around longer than the lunch special at Luby's. USA Network was brave enough to pick up "Monk" - I wish they'd have done the same for "Miracles." It'd be awesome for the Sci-Fi Network. Oh well, I expect no less from an obtuse network like ABC - maybe they can flog a couple more cheesy seasons out of that tired old "Practice" - but I doubt it.


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