TV Review - Kevin (Probably) Saves the World
For example, in the second episode, Kevin has to help a white guy who works at a brewery and that help includes being there as the guy tells his dad he wants to quit. That ends up being a ruse or a kind of red herring, but where it leads is not anything that required Kevin's presence. Initially, Kevin thinks he's going to be helping people with serious problems like addiction or depression. Instead, the show gives him a problem that's incredibly lame. Yes, this is only the second episode. Better things or more serious problems could come in future episodes, but the show needed to hook me in its first, two episodes and it didn't.
What's also disappointing is when it comes to religion, this show does less than The Shack, which is a film about a guy who allegedly talks to God, which may or may not be real. This series does less than that movie, even though this series is supposed to have a guy really talking to God, no allegedly. There's no questions about God, Heaven and its hierarchy that get answered. At least a series like Supernatural provides solid answers. Even a show like The Good Place provides more answers about God than this series.
Running Time: 1 hr.
Tuesdays at 10PM on ABC.