New ‘God Friended Me’ Spoilers For Season 2, April 26, 2020 Finale Episodes 21 & 22 Revealed

New ‘God Friended Me’ Spoilers For Season 2, April 26, 2020 Finale Episodes 21 & 22 Revealed

Hey, “God Friended Me” fans. We are back to give you guys the final spoiler session for “God Friended Me” forever. That’s right, guys. This is the very last two episodes that will ever air for “God Friended Me.” CBS recently gave the show the axe recently. So, it has indeed been canceled.

CBS is going to air the final two episodes 21 and 22, back-to-back next Sunday night, April 26, 2020. We have a couple of teaser descriptions for both of them via ABC’s episodes 21 and 22 press release. So, we’re going to run those by you guys right now. Let’s get started.

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First off, episode 21 is officially titled, “Miracles.” It sounds like episode 21 will feature some pretty interesting scenes.

In the new episode 21, Miles will surely enough get a new friend suggestion from the God account. This new friend suggestion will have Miles helping out a young boy named C.J.

CJ will be claiming that an Angel wants him to reunite his father Corey with Corey’s estranged father. Corey is also supposedly the creator of the God Account’s original algorithm.

CBS’ official description for episode 21 reads like this, “Miles helps his new friend suggestion, C.J. (Lonnie Chavis), a young boy who claims an angel wants him to reunite his father, Corey (Cornelius Smith, Jr.), the creator of the God Account’s original algorithm, with Corey’s estranged father.”

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Will Miles be able to get this job done? That is a big question for this particular storyline. Whatever the case, it sounds like we could get some interesting scenes out this storyline for part 1 of this 2-part episode. Get ready for it.

Episode 21 will feature a couple of guest stars. They are: Lonnie Chavis as character (C.J.) Carl Lumbly as character (Alphonse), K.K. Moggie as character (Dr. Chang), Natalie Paul as character (Megan), Tonya Pinkins as character (Marsha), Carey Van Driest as character (D.A.R.P.A. Member #1) and Joseph Mancuso as character (Special Agent Cutler).

Episode 21 will feature a couple of recurring stars. They are: Rachel Bay Jones as character (Susan), Shazi Raja as character (Jaya), Chosen Jacobs as character (Zack), Cornelius Smith, Jr. as character (Corey), Kara Royster as character (Emily) and K.K. Moggie as character (Dr. Chang).

The season regulars that will be featured in episode 21 are: Brandon Micheal Hall as character (Miles Finer), Violett Beane as character (Cara Bloom), Joe Morton as character (Arthur Finer), Suraj Sharma as character (Rakesh Singh), Javicia Leslie as character (Ali Finer) and Erica Gimpel as character (Trish).

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Episode 21 was written by Robert Hull, and it was directed by Victor Nelli, Jr. ABC’s press release confirmed that episode 21 is indeed scheduled to air next Sunday night, April 26,2020 at approximately 7 pm central standard time.

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Ok, now it’s time to tell you about the series final episode 22. It’s officially labeled/titled, “The Mountain.” It sounds like episode 22 will feature some very interesting and possible emotional scenes.

In the new episode 22, The God Account is going to send Miles a very interesting friend suggestion. This friend suggestion will be Miles’ sister Ali. This friend suggestion will arrive on the eve of Ali’s cancer surgery.

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This latest friend suggestion will cause Miles to have to examine his lack of faith more than he’s ever had to in the past.

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ABC’s official description for episode 22 reads like this, “Miles is forced to examine his lack of faith more than ever before when the God Account sends him his sister, Ali, as a friend suggestion on the eve of her cancer surgery.”

What will Miles discover about his faith in this episode? That is a very important question we’ll be looking to see get answered in this finale episode of God Friend Me for all time.

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It definitely sounds like this storyline will feature some very interesting and possible emotional scenes to cap off this short, 2 season series. RIP “God Friended Me.”

Episode 22 will feature quite a few guest stars. They are: Elliot Villar as character (Miguel), Stephen William Tenner as character (Train Operator), Eleanor Koski as character (Liv), Marcus Burnette as character (Young Miles), Grace Porter as character (Divinity Shop Employee), Chris Walker as character (Police Officer), Alexandra Seal as character (Paramedic), Mike Massimino as character (Passenger 1) and Jamar Greene as character (Passenger 2).

Episode 22 will feature a couple of recurring stars. They are: Rachel Bay Jones as character (Susan), Shazi Raja as character (Jaya), Chosen Jacobs as character (Zack), Cornelius Smith, Jr. as character (Corey), Kara Royster as character (Emily) and K.K. Moggie as character (Dr. Chang).

The season regulars that will be featured in episode 22 are: Brandon Micheal Hall as character (Miles Finer), Violett Beane as character (Cara Bloom), Joe Morton as character (Arthur Finer), Suraj Sharma as character (Rakesh Singh), Javicia Leslie as character (Ali Finer) and Erica Gimpel as character (Trish).

Episode 22 was written by executive producer Steven Lilien, and it was directed by executive producer Bryan Wynbrandt. ABC’s press release confirmed that episode 18 is indeed scheduled to air next Sunday night, April 26, 2020 at approximately 8 pm central standard time right after episode 21.

Alright guys. That’s all we’ve got for this latest “God Friended Me” TV show report, but definitely stay tuned for more.

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4 Responses

  1. anon says:

    Is there any way that if enough fans write to CBS they will renew the series?

  2. James says:

    I think, yes….

  3. Helen zovelian says:

    I love this show very much pls cbs don’t cancel this really nice show every body love Mile,,Kara and Rakesh you have so many bad show And you want to cancel this nice one

  4. Marcia H Pomeroy says:

    This show is uplifting and examine faith and lack of faith in a realistic way. The characters are meaningful and a regular part of Sunday evening. Really disappointed that CBS is cancelling.

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