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The Almighty Johnsons

Chronicling the adventures of four brothers who discover they are reincarnated Norse gods.

Premiered: February 7, 2011

Rating: None

TV Guide Rating:(23 ratings)

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The End of the World as We Know It Season 3, Episode 13 Sep 27, 2013 $2.99

If you had one night left, and in the morning everything changes forever, what would you do with that night?

Late to the Point of Knowledge Season 3, Episode 12 Sep 20, 2013 $1.99

Forget what you think you know. Throw away all your preconceived notions, and how you think things will go. Because today is the day everything changes.

A Bit Like Buses Really Season 3, Episode 11 Sep 13, 2013 $1.99

Two pretenders must overcome a host of obstacles, mortal and Godly, as they race for the prize.

Playing God Season 3, Episode 10 Sep 6, 2013 $2.99

In which the best-laid plans and sundry schemes are thwarted by a man of morals, who also happens to be a man of action.

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This is Where Duty Starts
Axl Johnson learns very quickly that when you're on a Quest to find one woman among millions, your heart is not necessarily the part of your anatomy y (more…)
The Almighty Johnsons Trailer
00:30 — Meet the Johnsons: responsible Mike, smooth-talking Anders, cool and reserved Ty, and fun-loving youngest brother Axl. But these four guys are far fro (more…)
Emmett Skilton Q&A
03:31 — Get inside the head of the star of The Almighty Johnsons!
The Almighty Johnsons Season 3
The action-packed comedy drama The Almighty Johnsons follows the Johnson boys, four typical fun-loving guys - who have inherited the power of Norse Go (more…)

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  • Premiered: February 7, 2011
  • Rating: None
  • Premise: Chronicling the adventures of four brothers who discover they are reincarnated Norse gods. (more)

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