Twice in a Lifetime: (l to r) Al Waxman as Judge Othniel, Gordie Brown as Mr. Jones

Twice in a Lifetime

Mon. - Thurs. |  3pm ET/12pm PT

Twice in A Lifetime is an inspiring and provocative series that taps into a universal fantasy: to be given a second chance to fix an error of the past. Every episode features a guest star playing a flawed person who dies suddenly. Waiting for him or her on the other side are two celestial figures: a guide, Mr. Jones (Gordie Brown), and Judge Othniel (Al Waxman), who offers the person a chance to return to earth and to a time when they went astray. Accompanied by Mr. Jones, the character has three days to cajole his younger self to not make the same mistake.


Thursday, Apr. 10 at 3:00pm ET/12am PT
“Sixteen Candles”

Madeline Strong is a very troubled woman in her mid-forties. She’s fighting alcoholism, her marriage is on the rocks and she’s alienated from her sixteen year old son. Under the watchful eye of heaven’s representative, Mr. Jones, Madeline returns to her world 30 years ago to change history, and the course of her life.

Monday, Apr. 14 at 3:00pm ET/12am PT
“Death and Taxes” 

Following his death, Roger Stovall receives a “life sentence” in judgment court. He is sent back to revisit his life in 1991 and must try to change “Young Rogers” from a cold, uncaring man into a warm human being.

Tuesday, Apr. 15 at 3:00pm ET/12am PT
“The Healing Touch” 

Dr. Grace Grant is a tough, ambitious surgeon, in line for the Chief of Medicine position at her hospital. She has ruthlessly let nothing stand in her way of achieving this goal – even if it meant destroying her marriage and her husband’s career. She is returned to her past life, and must teach “Young Grace” that you don’t have to sacrifice love for career.

Wednesday, Apr. 16 at 3:00pm ET/12am PT
“Ashes to Ashes” 

Journalist Dana Hancock is hit by a truck as she crosses the street lighting a cigarette.  Judgement Court sends her back to revisit her first days of smoking.

Thursday, Apr. 17 at 3:00pm ET/12am PT
“Double Exposure” 

Julie Smith is wealthy, privileged and beautiful. She is also totally uninvolved in life to the point where her children have to remind her to eat. In Judgment court, Julie is charged with sloth. The judge gives her a second chance to change the course of her life, when she receives a “life sentence” and is sent back to 1974 to meet her younger self, Julie at age 15.

Monday, Apr. 21 at 3:00pm ET/12am PT
“Blame Game” 

Charlie Winters is a Viet Nam vet in his mid-fifties. After meeting his demise, he is brought to judgment court where he faces the most serious of charges – withholding from his mother the gift of a child’s love. Charlie is given a life sentence, and he is sent back to his life twenty-eight years earlier to try to correct his course.

Tuesday, Apr. 22 at 3:00pm ET/12am PT
“Blood Brothers” 

Flash Jericho is a burned-out drunk. Twenty five years earlier, he was a highschool baseball star whose life changed after he was involved in a robbery that lead to murder. After his death, Flash is given 3 days to re-visit his path and change the course he took.

Wednesday, Apr. 23 at 3:00pm ET/12am PT
“School’s Out” 

In Judgment court, the Judge accuses Eloise, a retired school teacher, of lacking love or compassion. One case in particular is especially damaging – Eloise punished one of her students so harshly that he completely gave up on life. The Judge decides Eloise is deserving of compassion and sends her back to 1968.

Thursday, Apr. 24 at 3:00pm ET/12am PT
“O’er the Ramparts” 

Newly appointed, State Supreme Court Justice, Brooke Canby has it all – influence, postition and respect. The only thing she is missing is the love of the only man she ever loved – Stryken. After her sudden death, Brooke is sent back in time to change the course of her life and her relationship with Stryken.

Monday, Apr. 28 at 3:00pm ET/12am PT
“Match Made in Heaven” 

After his death, Pete Hogan is sent back to his old life to teach himself that  love is more important than money.

Tuesday, Apr. 29 at 3:00pm ET/12am PT
“The Quality of Mercy” 

Following her death, Meg Cleary is charged with racism. She is sent back in time to confront the roots of her negativity towards minorities.

Wednesday, Apr. 30 at 3:00pm ET/12am PT
“What She Did for Love” 

Linda, an actress is accused of wasting her life on vanity in pursuit of fame. The Judge allows Linda a second chance and a new perspective on the industry.

Thursday, May 1 at 3:00pm ET/12am PT
“Second Service” 

Tory Van Dyke lost her lust for life after a serious car accident put her in a wheelchair. After a second accident claims her life, she is sent to Judgment court and charged with contributing nothing to life. The Judge sends her back to 1979, the year of her car accident.

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