Angel from Hell (2016)

TV Series   |    |  Comedy, Fantasy

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Allison isn't quite sure if her new friend, Amy, is her guardian angel or a crazy person.




  • Maggie Lawson and Jane Lynch in Angel from Hell (2016)
  • Maggie Lawson in Angel from Hell (2016)
  • Maggie Lawson and Jane Lynch in Angel from Hell (2016)
  • Maggie Lawson and Nate Smith in Angel from Hell (2016)
  • Maggie Lawson and Jane Lynch in Angel from Hell (2016)
  • Jane Lynch in Angel from Hell (2016)

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19 January 2016 | rzajac
| Two shows in... rather weak
Written to be airy wittified fare for casual TV watchers.

Cute, but not that funny. The writing substitutes largely weak, bubbly repartee where there should be stuff that I believe is supposed to be cleverly walking the tightwire between reality and fantasy. Surprised to see one flub in direction resulting in an embarrassingly unexplainable scenario. One saving grace is that the direction often enough does work and is at least consistent. So it's a matter of whether or not you go for that sort of thing. Think of it as a throwback to My Favorite Martian which we're supposed to see as fresh and updated, stylistically.

All the actors are dependably "on" when rolling; at least within the parameters of the coloring book character direction. Production is sufficiently professional. But (as you can tell) all the foregoing isn't compelling enough to quite get me to let my guard down and bask in the mythic glow normally associated with the concept of angelic presence.

If you just want a sweet little show about a doofy guardian angel, this'll do. If you want something truly dramatically/comically compelling, skip it.

It's too bad: If you're going to storm the barricades of t1ghta55ed American Evangelical pop theological correctness, you ought to go a little more full-bore than this. Give us some real irony, even if you're aiming for something lighthearted: They're not mutually exclusive properties of comedy. "God, the Devil, & Bob" is the best example, off the top o' my head, of a show that succeeded at nailing what "Angel from Hell" seems to aim for.

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