Angel From Hell: Season 1 (2016)


Season 1
Angel From Hell

Critics Consensus

Banish thee from the airwaves, oh Angel from Hell, for sins of commonplace sitcom triteness and obnoxious use of an iconic comedic lead.

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Critic Ratings: 32

56%

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User Ratings: 68

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Air date: Jan 7, 2016

A successful, driven doctor named Allison runs into the eccentric Amy, who claims to be her guardian angel.

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Air date: Jan 14, 2016

When Amy encourages Allison to face her fears, Allison asks Joey McIntyre to help her repair a relationship with an old friend.

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Air date: Jan 21, 2016

Amy tries to get Allison to cut loose by taking her to a nightclub; Marv runs a background check on Amy.

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Air date: Jan 28, 2016

Marv objects when Allison wants to make changes at the dermatology practice; Amy creates a temporary position for herself at the office to help Marv and Allison work things out.

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Air date: Feb 4, 2016

Amy puts a plan into motion that backfires when Allison meets her soul mate before she is supposed to.

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Air date: Jul 2, 2016

When Amy loses her powers after she cheats at a game, she must perform 10 good deeds to earn them back.

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Air date: Jul 2, 2016

Amy plays guardian angel to Allison and Brad after Allison kills Brad's angel honey bee by mistake.

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Air date: Jul 9, 2016

When Allison feels nervous about dating, Amy suggests having a fling to see if it works out her feelings.

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Air date: Jul 9, 2016

When Allison starts dating a new guy, Amy tries to help her make it a lasting relationship.

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Air date: Jul 16, 2016

When Allison reveals how stressful Thanksgiving has become after the death of her mother, Amy suggests a fun alternative with games and untraditional food.

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  • Jan 10, 2018
    Are the only people that rate things on rotten tomatoes brain dead 13 year olds that don't live in this world. If the show doesn't have some evil male straw man and a "perfect girl" that is terrible to everyone and goes completely unchecked then the show doesn't get a good review. I'm starting to think rotten tomatoes is for stupid people with no moral compass
  • Jan 13, 2017
    Uncomfortable, unusual, and uncommonly funny!
  • Apr 14, 2016
    ratings said j .l.'s character was obnoxious......not the character's fault...j.l. is obnoxious in person
  • Feb 23, 2016
    Like Jane but bad writing
  • Feb 18, 2016
    Fairly entertaining, love Jane Lynch, ridiculous that it was pulled before the season even finished. If there are more episodes, they should at least be aired.
  • Feb 05, 2016
    Very funny. Maggie Lawson and Jane Lynch do an excellent job -- great chemistry! One of the funniest, quick-witted shows in a long time.
  • Jan 30, 2016
    Buried under all the kazoo-in-mouth, cymbals-on-knees, whomping on a big bass drum cacaphony of lampoon silliness there appears to be a genuine attempt to portray the character's struggle with her demons & the... nah. Can't do it. This programme had a glimmer- a wee kernel mind you!- of potential when the photo of Lynch's character at the birthday party 25 years ago was seen at the end of the pilot. But even that wondrous moment of what if was droned aborning by the beastly writing & direction of Lynch as crass, crude & utterly lacking manners or impulse control. Whether it be by a genuine lack or contempt in her 'free spirit' counterbalance to Dawson's uptight professional, it comes off as a ham fisted vaudevillesque attempt at humour. It reminds me of a bad joke about the US Marines which uses their stereotypically unsophisticated nature as the foundation for the punchline.
  • Jan 28, 2016
    Besides being a huge Jane Lynch fan, this show is lighthearted, fun and just what I like to make me laugh. I've read other reviews that condemn it as blasphemous to Christianity. Give it a break people, sit down and watch it for what it is -- humerous. It's not making a statement. What the world needs now is laughter, so bring it on.
  • Jan 27, 2016
    We thought Amy (Jane Lynch) was really brilliant. We enjoyed the show.
  • Jan 27, 2016
    Thursday night Jane Lynch graced our screens once again in a new comedy pilot from CBS called Angel From Hell. Created and written by Tad Quil (Scrubs, Samantha Who?), Angel From Hell opened on a 1.6 rating among adults 18-49 with 8 million viewers. The best thing about Angel From Hell is Jane Lynch (Glee, Two and a Half Men) and that’s only because her character, Amy, is actually a three dimensional character with potential for growth. For those of you who are as yet unaware of Angel From Hell, as was the case with my writing partner, Angel from Hell is a comedy in which an alcoholic guardian angel, Amy (Lynch) reveals herself to Allison (Maggie Lawson), her charge, and the stalker-ish behaviour commences as Amy continues to “bump” into Allison. Amy is convinced something big and horrible is about to happen in Allison’s life. [Cont'd] http://bit.ly/1nP10am

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