God Friended Me Tonight: “The Princess and the Hacker” God Friended Me Tonight: “The Princess and the Hacker”
Preview images and guest cast list for the God Friended Me TV series episode "The Princess and the Hacker" airing Feb. 16 on CBS God Friended Me Tonight: “The Princess and the Hacker”

“The Princess and the Hacker” is the title of a new episode of God Friended Me airing tonight (February 16) on CBS. Here’s how CBS describes it:

Rakesh is stunned when his new soulmate app suggests that Lulu (Sibongile Mlambo), the princess of an African nation, is his soulmate, instead of Jaya. So, when the God Account sends Miles Lulu’s name, Rakesh takes the lead on figuring out how they can help her. Also, Ali reveals her cancer diagnosis to Arthur and Trish, on GOD FRIENDED ME, Sunday, Feb. 16 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

Some preview images can be found below.

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"The Princess and the Hacker" -- Rakesh is stunned when his new soulmate app suggests that Lulu (Sibongile Mlambo), the princess of an African nation, is his soulmate, instead of Jaya. So, when the God Account sends Miles Lulu's name, Rakesh takes the lead on figuring out how they can help her. Also, Ali reveals her cancer diagnosis to Arthur and Trish, on GOD FRIENDED ME, Sunday, Feb. 16 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Pictured L to R: Brandon Micheal Hall as Miles Finer, Violett Beane as Cara Bloom, Suraj Sharma as Rakesh Singh, Sibongile Mlambo as Lulu. Photo: Micheal Greenberg/CBS©2019 CBS Broadcasting, 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).

Guest stars in “The Princess and the Hacker” include Sibongile Mlambo (Lulu), Michael Potts (King Omari), Chris Meyer (Zian), Kelley Curran (Erin), Gabrielle Lee (Undersecretary General), and K.K. Moggie (Dr. Chang).

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