Interested in learning the God Friended Me season 2 episode 10 return date, or some of the stuff you can expect to see throughout? Well, we come bearing news on that right now!
The unfortunate news at the moment is this: There is no new episode of the CBS series airing next week. The reasoning for that is that the network is running a 60 Minutes special instead — also, there are fewer episodes per season for this show than NCIS: Los Angeles, so we had to expect that there would be a break somewhere in here. Now is the time for it.
When the show does come back on Sunday, December 8, it’s going to be with an hour entitled “High Anxiety” — one that may prove to be one of the best that this season has to offer. What’s going to be happening with it? Well, following up on some other recent stories, Miles is going to have some big decisions to make on the future of the God Account. It’s starting to become all the more apparent that having a relationship and also doing Friend Suggestions is too much, and that may be what causes him to turn away from it.
Want a little bit more insight? Below, CarterMatt has the official God Friended Me season 2 episode 10 synopsis with some more information now:
“High Anxiety” – When Miles grows concerned that the God Account is causing a rift with Cara, he decides to walk away from the account after helping one last friend suggestion, Miguel (Elliot Villar), a window washer with a sick daughter, on GOD FRIENDED ME, Sunday, Dec. 8 (8:30-9:30 PM, ET/8:00-9:00 PM, PT) on the CBS Television Network.
This episode could prove to be the last one for the calendar year and through that, we imagine that there are going to be several surprises and also a cliffhanger or two thrown in. CBS doesn’t really bill things as midseason finales per se, but we think they’re aware that they need to keep people excited for what’s coming up next. This is an opportunity for that very thing to happen.
What do you want to see when it comes to God Friended Me season 2 episode 10?
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