Befejezett / kaszált 2019.09 - 2020.01 | 30 perc @NBC, US
Alkotó: Lesley Wake Webster
Bradley Whitford (Arthur Cochran), Anna Camp (Ginny Hawlings), Tymberlee Hill (Adams Adams), Rizwan Manji (Reverend Jax), Will Greenberg (Wayne Hawlings), Geno Segers (Dwayne), Spencer Allport (Cash Hawlings),
When former Princeton music professor Arthur Cochran unexpectedly stumbles into choir practice at a small-town church, he finds a group of singers that are out of tune in more ways than one. Despite the ultimate clash of sensibilities, Arthur and his newfound cohorts may just be the perfect mix of individuals to help each other reinvent and rediscover a little happiness, just when they all need it most.
When Arthur is faced with a choir rebellion, he decides - against Ginny's advice - to take on Adams, the group's alpha, at their annual deer-hunting trip. Meanwhile, Wayne takes Cash on his first hunting trip to teach him how to be a man…but Dwayne shows his friend there's more than one way to express masculinity.
After Pastor Magnus invites the Second First Choir to perform at the Church of Perpetual Praise, Arthur resolves to sound better than ever to spite him. But when he adds a new singer to the choir — a woman from Ginny's past — Ginny spirals over how to co-exist with a choir member who she hates.
Reverend Jax asks Arthur to watch the church for him. As parishioners come to him with their escalating problems, Arthur believes he can best help them with his reason rather than with the ways of the church. Jax also asks Wayne to pick up a loopy Adams from the hospital after her mysterious surgery.
Jax convinces Arthur to join the choir's progressive Thanksgiving dinner and snoop in various choir members' homes to find a missing item. Meanwhile, Adams invites her handsome contractor to dinner as a set-up for Ginny, but he has something else in mind.
When Reverend Jax is visited by his charismatic parents, Arthur helps him overcome his lifelong feelings of living in their shadow, and encourages him to embrace his way of ministering in time for their Christmas performance. Meanwhile, Ginny and Wayne decide to have a secret fling.
Arthur gets a surprise visit from his former Princeton colleague, Tate, causing him to re-examine his life in Conley Fork. The choir holds an all-night Hymn-A-Thon to raise money for regionals, during which Ginny attempts to prove that they are not dependent upon Arthur.
At the regional choir competition in Lexington, Arthur relishes the opportunity to finally stick it to his old rival, Magnus, when the unexpected happens. Presented with a surprise job offer, Ginny starts to doubt her worth before her big interview. Adams puts her past to bed with her still very alive dead husband, allowing her to move on.