Daniel Radcliffe stars as a preacher in Miracle Workers: Oregon Trail

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Daniel Radcliffe stars as a preacher in Miracle Workers: Oregon Trail

The Harry Potter star is heading to 19th Century America in Sky Comedy show created by Simon Rich

Daniel Radcliffe stars in Sky Comedy's Miracle Workers: Oregon Trail
Daniel Radcliffe stars in Sky Comedy's Miracle Workers: Oregon Trail

Daniel Radcliffe stars as an idealistic 19th Century small town preacher in the new season of Miracle Workers: Oregon Trail, which began this week on Sky Comedy.

Created by Simon Rich, Miracle Workers is an anthology series. The first season follows Craig, a low-level angel responsible for handling all of humanity’s prayers, and Eliza, a recent transfer from the Department of Dirt.

Their boss, God, has more or less checked out to focus on his favourite hobbies. To prevent Earth’s destruction, Craig, along with Eliza, must achieve their most impossible miracle to date. 

In the third series, set in the time of the pioneers of the American West, Reverend Ezekiel Brown (Radcliffe) leads his dying, famine-stricken town to head for a better life on the Oregon Trail, taking in notorious outlaw Benny the Teen (Steve Buscemi) as trailmaster 

Meanwhile, repressed prairie wife Prudence Aberdeen (fellow returning cast member Geraldine Viswanathan) responds to the freedom of the trail, pulling her away from her wealthy husband Todd. 


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