Review of Eli Stone

Eli Stone is a legal drama centered on a lawyer (Miller) who begins to think he might be a prophet. Co-written by Marc Guggenheim and Greg Berlanti, the series was described by Berlanti in Variety magazine as "a Field of Dreams-type drama set in a law firm where a thirty-something attorney begins having larger-than-life visions that compel him to do out-of-the-ordinary things." George Michael will also appear on the show and each episode will be named after a song of his.
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Jan 3, 2016 2:40PM EST
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Eli Stone is a legal drama with a twist of comedy that follows a lawyer who thinks he's becoming a prophet. The writing is well done, the actors well cast, the storyline is compelling but I could have done without the musical numbers. The main character has visions, some including George Micheal; that direct the main character in a righteous path. The base ideal of the show is that everyone has good in them and can change their ways to become a better person.

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