Simon Rich, an American humorist, has created the novel called “What in God’s Name” in 2012. That story served as the inspiration for the first season of Miracle Workers. It is a comedy show created by Simon Rich himself. We have had 2 seasons of the show to date. The season is based on “Revolution”, a short story by Simon Rich.
The series is produced by Dan Mirk and Paul Games. Each episode spans for about 22 minutes. The TBS renewed the show for a second season owing to the success of the first part. The second season of Miracle Workers was titled “Miracle Workers: Dark Ages”. The show has an overall favorable review and a good response from the critics. It also attracts the audience due to Daniel Radcliffe and Steve Buscemi’s star power.
What is the show about?
The first season of Miracle Workers focuses on Craig and Eliza. Craig, being an angel, albeit a low-level one, is responsible for handling the prayers of humanity. Eliza is an employee of the Department of Dirt and has been transferred. They both work for their boss, God. But God is focused on enjoying his hobbies. To save the earth from doom, Eliza and Craig must achieve the greatest miracle. The next part of the show centers on the Dark Ages. It is based on the “Revolution”.
Will the show have another season?
Right now, it seems pretty likely that people might invest in another season. The viewership has fallen slightly but it is still popular enough to achieve the status of the second most-watched show in TBS. It has gathered almost 1 million people per episode. Since the previous seasons were works of Rich’s literature, it is assumed that the third season will have its material from the works of Simon Rich. But the author has said that he will also consult the cast members and they will also take part in the creative process. The cast for the show is as versatile as they are talented, and the fans will not be disappointed with the new season. If the show decides to air the third season, it will probably come out next year.