God Friended Me Returns Dec. 8 With “High Anxiety” God Friended Me Returns Dec. 8 With “High Anxiety”
Preview images and guest cast list for the God Friended Me episode "High Anxiety" airing December 8 on CBS God Friended Me Returns Dec. 8 With “High Anxiety”

Sadly for fans of God Friended Me, there is not a new episode of the series airing on December 1, but the show returns with a new installment December 8 on CBS.

The title of the December 8 episode is “High Anxiety” and here is how CBS describes it:

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.

Some preview photos can be found below.

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"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. Pictured L to R: Brandon Micheal Hall as Miles Finer and Suraj Sharma as Rakesh Singh. Photo: Peter Kramer/2019 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.

God Friended Me stars Brandon Micheal Hall (Miles Finer), Violett Beane (Cara Bloom), Joe Morton (Arthur Finer), Suraj Sharma (Rakesh Singh), Javicia Leslie (Ali Finer), and Erica Gimpel (Trish). Recurring cast appearing in “High Anxiety” includes Jessica Lu (Joy) and Robert McKay (Lester).

Additional guest cast included in the episode includes Elliot Villar (Miguel), Erica Camarano (Isabel), Isabella Mays (Ava), Jordan Gelber (Dan), Chance Kelly (Fire Capt. Murphy), Matt Golden (Father), Lia Yang (Doctor), Jay Potter (Bishop Walden), Eddie K. Robinson (Tom), and Mike Press (Firefighter #1).

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KSiteTV Editor-In-Chief Craig Byrne has been writing about TV on the internet since 1995. He is also the author of several published books, including Smallville: The Visual Guide and the show's Official Companions for Seasons 4-7.

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    Joyce Silverman Ben-Kiki

    Dec 1, 2019 #1 Author

    This is the most wonderful show that has. ever been on tv in a long time! Every actor and actress on the show is superb. So many of my friends love it and we were sooo upset when it wasn’t on tonight. Please keep it going. It is so special

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    Marie Beasley

    Dec 1, 2019 #2 Author

    I so love this program. It has a lot of people who I love watching and we discuss some the stories and what lesson can be learned from the story. Keep this up the kids need something to watch that is relatable for now!

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    sherran

    Dec 1, 2019 #3 Author

    I tolded my friends to watch the show tonight and the show wasn’t on. I miss seeing my show.

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    Robin Mandel

    Dec 8, 2019 #4 Author

    This is a heartwarming,poignant show. Love the main characters and each storyline. Makes me laugh, makes me cry! Terrific themes!

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    Elizabeth Tiller

    Dec 8, 2019 #5 Author

    One of few “feel good “ shows with good encouragement!!!
    We really need more shows like this instead of showing so much negativit !!! This show lifts our spirits!! What a wonderful contribution to us all!!! Make a show that shares the commitment and sacrifices of REAL HEROES in our world. (NOT JUST CELEBRITIES)
    Your writers have the power to bring about change for good!! DO THe RIGHT THING BECAUSE ITS THE RIGHT THING TO DO!!!! YOU have the power!!!!!

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    Sally Shaw

    Dec 9, 2019 #6 Author

    A really great show to look forward to each week. Please keep it going.

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