When Beth (Anne Heche) learns that the hospital where Emily (Madison Davenport) was born is being shut down, she decides she must try to raise funds to save it.
When Tom (Michael Landes) reveals that he’s up for a big promotion, Beth (Anne Heche) decides to host a dinner party for his boss Stephanie (Debra Wilson) and her officious assistant Randall (Michael McDonald) but she becomes distracted by a garage sale she thought she had cancelled.
When Beth (Anne Heche) receives a message to “Honor thy Father and thy Mother,” she decides she must earn her daughter Emily’s (Madison Davenport) respect and make some positive changes in her life.
Beth (Anne Heche) and Tom (Michael Landes) visit a comatose Carly (Alexandra Breckenridge) in the hospital.
When Beth (Anne Heche) receives a message to be a Good Samaritan, she decides to help an elderly but extremely irascible neighbor.
Beth (Anne Heche) begins a new life on the straight and narrow and wants to make amends with old friends she has offended.
Beth Harper, an absentee wife and mother who suffers a dramatic near-death experience and is revived only to discover that she now receives messages from God.
Anne Heche stars as Beth Harper in NBC's new comedy about a not so ordinary Midwestern family. After choking on a hero sandwich in her kitchen and suffering a dramatic near-death experience, Beth, an absentee wife & mother, is revived and claims she can now talk to God. Her teenage daughter Emily (Madison Davenport) is horrified and her husband Tom (Michael Landes) is skeptical.
A separated man with a new flame and a corrupt boss tries to figure out who is suddenly trying to kill him.
Beth learns there's a price to pay for ignoring the Almighty.
Beth goes the distance to try to save a local hospital.
Only God knows what really happened...
Emmy nominee Anne Heche ("Hung") stars as Beth Harper in NBC's new comedy about a not so ordinary Midwestern family. After choking on a hero sandwich in her kitchen and suffering a dramatic near-death experience, Beth, an absentee wife & mother, is revived and claims she can now talk to God. Her teenage daughter Emily (Madison Davenport, "Shameless") is horrified and her husband Tom (Michael Landes, "Final Destination 2") is skeptical. To make matters worse, Tom's ex-mistress Carly McKenna (Alexandra Breckenridge, "American Horror Story") is in a coma after a close encounter with lightening in the Harper's front yard. As Beth warms up to her new life, she strives to make amends to the people she has alienated over the years, including her friends and neighbors Jenna Dennings (Heather Burns, "Bored to Death") and Maggie Tompkins (Joy Osmanski, "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia). Despite everyone's initial hesitancy, Beth begins to win people over with her new positive attitude, cheerful optimism and unbridled love.
The story of human rights worker Rita Lambert (Joanna Going) who, upon her return to the US from her post in a Central American country, finds herself the target of mysterious phone calls and threats. As Rita's fear grows in this psychological thriller, she tries desperately to convince those around her that she is in very real danger.
A sober Beth lands a job at her old TV station... for about five minutes.
Trailer for Save Me.
When Mark - a young gay man addicted to sex and drugs - hits bottom, his concerned brother checks him into a Christian retreat in the New Mexico desert. Run by a compassionate husband and wife team, Gayle and Ted have made it their life's mission to cure young men of their 'gay affliction' through spiritual guidance. But after Mark bonds with fellow resident Scott and their relationship evolves, they are forced to confront their true selves.
When Beth invites Tom's boss to dinner, God insists she sell the contents of her dining room.
Beth swims against the current on God's orders.
Taking his cue from the neighbors, Tom lets his anger out.