It's been a long time coming, but Anne Heche's new comedy Save Me will finally premiere Thursday at 8/7c on NBC — and TVGuide.com has the first look.
In Save Me, Beth Harper (Heche) starts to believe that she is channeling God after she has an accident. In the exclusive clip below — from the second episode airing immediately following the series premiere — Beth and husband Tom (Michael Landes) have to adjust to Beth's newfound ability to communicate with God. Check out the sneak peek and hit the comments with your thoughts on the new series:
NBC has picked up Anne Heche's comedy pilot Save Me to series.
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Heche will play a woman who starts to believe that she is channeling God after she has an accident. The actress ...
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Alexandra Breckenridge and Michael Landes has joined the NBC pilot Save Me, TVGuide.com has confirmed. Deadline first reported the news.
Pilot Season: Anne Heche lands leading role in NBC's Save Me
The comedy stars Men in Trees alum Anne Heche as Beth Harper, a woman who starts to believe that she is channeling God after she has an accident. Landes (Lois and Clark) will play...
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