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‘Good Omens’ turns Armageddon into a good time

The Lord really does work in mysterious ways in “Good Omens,” which — given the recent abundance of apocalyptic series — is surprisingly good, and even when it lags, considerable fun. Neil Gaiman adapts his own 1990 novel, yielding a show that thematically falls somewhere between the prolific writer’s impenetrable “American Gods” and TBS’ end-of-the-world comedy “Miracle Workers.”

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