God Friended Me Season 3 Release Date, Renewal & All You Need To Know
God Friended Me (Credits: CBS)
God Friended Me is a comedy-drama TV series that was created by Steven Lilien and Bryan Wynbrandt. The series was ordered on 11 May 2018 and premiered on 30 September 2018 on CBS. Later, it was renewed by CBS for the second season of 20 episodes, which premiered on 29 September 2019.
As for the story, the official synopsis reads, ” The series chronicles the life of Miles Finer, an outspoken atheist, and podcaster, who is sent a friend request on Facebook by an account named “God.” This account suggests new friends to Miles, people in his hometown of New York City, who will require assistance. Initially skeptical, Miles decides to follow these suggestions to help people. During his second such request, he meets and befriends Cara, a struggling magazine writer.”
“His first request had been a doctor who lost a patient and was on the verge of losing his girlfriend. Together with Cara and his hacker friend Rakesh (Sharma), Miles tries to find out who is behind the “God” account. Miles’ atheist views sometimes cause friction with his father (Morton), who is the pastor of an Episcopal church in Harlem.” The show’s cast consists of Brandon Micheal Hall, Violett Beane, Suraj Sharma, Javicia Leslie, Joe Morton, and Erica Gimpel.
The show had an average rating on Rotten Tomatoes, which is quite good. The fans loved the first two seasons and now want more, but as of writing this, the show hasn’t been renewed for a third season. If it does get renewed, we might be getting it in September of 2021.
God Friended Me Season 3 Release Date
God Friended Season 3 will be released in September 2021 if given the green light via another production studios like Netflix, Amazon Prime or FOX. Although, as of now the show is CANCELED by CBS and WB. After a sweet run with the two-season show was canceled by CBS.
The series is set to receive a mega finally in a two-hour-long episode. Airing on the CBS broadcasting company, God Friended Me stars Brandon Micheal Hall, Violett Beane, Joe Morton, Suraj Sharma, Javicia Leslie, and Erica Gimpel, with Adam Goldberg and Jessica Lu repeating. Set in New York City, the arrangement rotates around an insightful and candid podcaster named Miles (Hall).
Update April 2020
We got really big and depressing news for the fans of the show. Averaging under a 0.7 demo rating and 6.2 million all out watchers (in Live+Same Day numbers, through April 12), God Friended Me is down 27% and 20% from its season 1 ratings. What’s more, among the 18 dramatizations CBS has publicized this TV season, it positions eighth in the demo and No. 10 overall. But perhaps the biggest issue was it enjoys the smallest gain via Live+7 DVR playback — just 23% — of any scripted CBS program.
(God Friended Me Season 3 Status – Season 3 Canceled – 21st April 2020)
Miles is a nonbeliever, and that puts him at chances with his dad (Morton), a previous reverend. Miles’ life is flipped around when he gets a companion demand via web-based networking media from a client named “God.” He, in the end, acknowledges the solicitation and starts diving into his new companion’s record, persuaded it’s a trick.
He joins forces with writer Cara Bloom (Beane) and gets extra helper from his sister Ali (Leslie) and his programmer buddy, Rakesh (Sharma). Miles is persuaded that the “God” account is an intricate trick and is committed to revealing reality. Meanwhile, he’s cooperating and, all the while, seeing his life changed until the end of time.
In a joint proclamation sent to TVLine, CBS and Warner Bros. TV stated, They are amazingly glad for the one of a kind idea and elevating stories God Friended Me has told in the course of the last two seasons. We thank the splendid cast, journalists, creation group, and team for a show that mixed keen discussion about confidence, life and joy, and caused watchers to feel great toward the finish of every scene.
The innovative group behind the show has one final ‘companion proposal’ at the top of the priority list, just as a consummation we trust carries a wonderful end to Miles’ excursion looking for the God Account.