Touched by an Angel (1994) - Drama, Family, Fantasy

Hohum Score

5

Breathtaking

Monica, Tess, and Andrew are a trio of angels sent to Earth to tell depressed and troubled people that God loves them and hasn't forgotten them.

IMDB: 6
Director:
Stars: Roma Downey, Della Reese
Length: 60 Minutes
PG Rating: TV-G
Reviews: 6 out of 93 found boring (6.45%)

One-line Reviews (18)

It's about the most sickening show on television, all these perfect people running around helping others blah blah blah boring.

They are not real, they are contrived myths created with the sole purpose of making death seem a little nicer.

While most episodes are intriguing and touching and sends you good vibes, I thought some of the antagonists or villains in the some of the stories could have taken a bit more "reprimanding" from the forces of good.

"Touched By An Angel" is a beautifully written, wonderfully acted, and fascinating to watch show.

Yeah, it's predictable, manipulative, extremely Christian(even on the episodes which feature Jewish characters!

*I do write that last statement at the risk of offending people:)It is a enjoyable show....

just like the soulless "stars" they put on their empty shows.

Very touching series, enjoyable.

" The convoluted history of the Mason family is fascinating, Andrew steals the show and the viewer's heart, as always, and the end is a mix of laughter and tears.

It's clearly intended to be watched by bored housewives who believe anything they are told without question.

I still find Touched by an Angel to be one of the most boring and repetitive shows on TV, along with Friends.

I used to watch this series with my family back in its early seasons and enjoyed it a lot.

I haven't seen every episode, but I still enjoyed it.

All up, likeable series, but can get pretty tiresome after a while if you're only watching it for entertainment value and not for spiritual comfort or something similar.

The stories were compelling and well done.

This show basically gets rid of all the "noise" and tells a new simple and compelling story from week to week.

Of course, one of the reasons I like it is because of Roma Downey, whose beauty (and that beautiful voice) can make even the most slow-paced episodes enjoyable.

Lack of story continuity and realistic events leave a small hole in this otherwise uplifting show.