Emmy nominee Anne Heche ("Hung") stars as Beth Harper in NBC's new comedy about a not-so-ordinary Midwestern family. After choking on a hero sandwich in her kitchen and suffering a dramatic near-death experience, Beth - an absentee wife and mother - is revived and claims she can now talk to God. Her teenage daughter, Emily (Madison Davenport, "Shameless"), is horrified and her husband, Tom (Michael Landes, "Final Destination 2"), is skeptical. To make matters worse, Tom's ex-mistress, Carly McKenna (Alexandra Breckenridge, "American Horror Story"), is in a coma after a close encounter with lightning in the Harper's front yard.
As Beth warms up to her new life, she strives to make amends to the people she has alienated over the years, including friends and neighbors Jenna Dennings (Heather Burns, "Bored to Death") and Maggie Tompkins (Joy Osmanski, "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia"). Despite everyone's initial hesitancy, Beth begins to win people over with her new positive attitude, cheerful optimism and unbridled love.
"Save Me" is produced by Sony Pictures Television and Original Film. Novelist John Scott Shepherd ("Henry's List of Wrongs," "The Days") created the show and serves as executive producer, along with director Scott Winant ("Breaking Bad," "True Blood"). Additional executive producers include Neal H. Moritz ("The Big C," "Prison Break"), Vivian Cannon ("The Big C"), Alexa Junge ("United States of Tara") and Darlene Hunt ("The Big C"), who also serves as showrunner.
Anne Heche, Michael Landes, Alexandra Breckenridge, Madison Davenport, Heather Burns, Joy Osmanski
John Scott Shepherd, Neal Moritz, Darlene Hunt, Scott Winant, Vivian Cannon, Alexa Junge
John Scott Shepherd
Mark Driscoll, Steve Baldikoski, Bryan Behar, Andy Bobrow
Anne Heche, Joe Lawson
Nancy Fichman, Jennifer Hoppe, Anthony King
Julie Durk, Raphael Bob-Waksberg, Joanna Calo
Elba Sanchez-Short, Gregg Featherman, Tara Timpone, Cara Silverman
Los Angeles, California
Sony Pictures Television Inc.