Kevin, a down-on-his-luck man, is tasked by God with a mission to save the world.Kevin, a down-on-his-luck man, is tasked by God with a mission to save the world.Kevin, a down-on-his-luck man, is tasked by God with a mission to save the world.
Once a successful and selfish Wall Streeter, Kevin Finn is on a downward spiral as he realizes he hates his life, which led to him trying to commit suicide. To regroup, Kevin heads back to his hometown of Taylor, Texas to live with his straight-laced, recently widowed, aeronautical engineer twin sister Amy Cabrera and her teenaged daughter Reese Cabrera, the latter who is not happy to see her uncle as he did not support them in their time of grief. Shortly after his arrival in Taylor, Kevin discovers from his protector Yvette who no one else can see that he is the only surviving of the thirty-six righteous souls of his generation, something he cannot tell anyone. His God appointed mission under Yvette's protection is to find then anoint the replacement thirty-five, which he is to do by helping others, those specific tasks which he has to listen to the universe which will direct him. The successful completion of each task will result in a vision leading to finding the thirty-five. Kevin's problems are that he may not want to do any of these tasks either in seeming harm to himself, in his own selfishness and in seeing some of those he is directed to help as being even more selfish than him. It is made all the more difficult as some of his actions may seem more than just a little odd to his family and friends, especially to Amy who may believe that Kevin is still suffering from his suicidal tendencies. Through it all, Yvette and her colleagues still have to find out what happened to the original thirty-five and why Kevin was spared. —Huggo
Sweet show, Jason Ritter is incredibly likable...
You can't not like Jason Ritter (who is also the spitting image of his late and talented father). There is simply nothing to not like. In this show, he is funny, vulnerable, kind and all too human. However, I find the female characters rather b*tchy - this comes from a female reviewer. Even his angelic mentor can be rather obnoxious. But nasty females aside, this is an engaging show. It is a dramady - not fully comedic, and not fully dramatic, it does deal with real issues and the characters he encounters will warm your heart. The scene in the airport with the pencil seller is not to be missed. It is a refreshing change from the violence and filth that seem to be dominating the airwaves. I highly recommend it.
- Oct 11, 2017
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