Fallen

Season 1 Episode 1

The Time of the Redeemer

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Aired Friday 8:00 PM Aug 04, 2007 on ABC Family
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The Time of the Redeemer
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One year after finding out that he is a Nephilim, Aaron Corbett continues on his mission to redeem the Fallen and send them back to Heaven. After Camael is injured in a fight with the Powers, Aaron and Camael visit fallen angel who can heal Camael. Meanwhile, Azazel, one of the Fallen who has been imprisoned for 5,000 years, is released to help the Redeemer fulfill his mission.moreless

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  • I'm really enjoying this show and wish their were more episodes. I think the story is coming together slowly and hope they are not bringing to many characters into play and leading up to cliff hanger that is gonna leave you wanting more.moreless

    9.7
    Aaron is truly lost within self he has two strong natures colliding his human side and his angel side, The angels helping him are not in to much of a rush to answer his many questions. and this is frustrating to say the least I like the history and myth the show is not lacking this. I find myself wanting the powers to stop their hunting. It seems the powers and the fallen have been abandoned by God none of them seem to get to talk to him much. I can not wait for tomorrow nights episode to see how this story plot is going to come together.moreless
Natassia Malthe

Natassia Malthe

Gadreel

Guest Star

Ali Liebert

Ali Liebert

Chloe

Guest Star

Laura Mennell

Laura Mennell

Penemue

Guest Star

Will Yun Lee

Will Yun Lee

Mazarin

Recurring Role

Ivana Milicevic

Ivana Milicevic

Ariel

Recurring Role

Bryan Cranston

Bryan Cranston

Lucifer

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (1)

  • QUOTES (6)

    • Camael: Ariel.
      Ariel: Punisher.
      Clarence: Punisher?
      Ariel: Yeah, that's what we called him in high school. Linebacker.

    • Gadreel: (to Azazel) You know, your speech has improved, but your clothes suck. You need real ones. Angelic robes aren't as stylish as they used to be.

    • Grasic: Angels, warring amongst themselves because of mankind. Lucifer's ambitions sprang from envy that angels were no longer God's favorite creation. At the beginning of Milton's epic, he has suffered a crashing defeat. Lucifer and his followers had been banished from Heaven forever. We see him struggling with self-doubt, we see he has hopes and fears, just like us. We identify with him. Yes?
      Chloe: So, the Devil, he's a good guy?
      Grasic: Well, he's certainly sympathetic. Lucifer sees himself as a victim. And it's fair to question whether the rebellion was his design or pre-ordained destiny.
      Aaron: Wait a second. Are you saying that Lucifer was created to rebel?
      Grasic: Is that so hard to believe? What is good without evil? Does doing the right thing have any meaning if there is no alternative?
      Aaron: But that doesn't make any sense.
      Grasic: Even if Lucifer was destined to become the epitome of evil, he made the choice to follow that path.

    • Ariel: Nobody dies on my watch.

    • Penemue: Sometimes I wonder what it would be like if Lucifer had won the war. I mean, it's not like he got us on his side with promises of an evil empire and eternal suffering. That came later. After the fall. I've tried my best to make up for what I've done. To help the humans defend themselves against what I helped to create, but, but there's just as much hate in the world, just as much suffering. More even so. Have I atoned for what I've done? I don't know. I just know I wanna go home.
      (Aaron walks up to her)
      Aaron: Then that's where you'll go.

    • Aaron: It's been one year since I found out that I had the power to send fallen angels back to Heaven. But the Powers can sense every redemption. And we always risk the possibility of an attack. So we never stop running.

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