Two of CBS’ big-swing freshmen series, the sitcom The Neighborhood and the spiritual drama God Friended Me, recently received well-deserved early second season renewals. Although the shows are very different, they have successfully broached such subjects as gentrification and religion through the lens of diversity and inclusion, garnering significant viewership in the process. The Neighborhood averages 8 million viewers weekly, while God Friended Me averages 10 million.
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