Mingle Media TV and Red Carpet Report host Keetin Marti were invited to visit the set of Amazon Studios’ hit original drama series, Hand of God, while they were shooting season 2.

Not only is Hand of God a powerful drama, it comes from Ben Watkins, who as a child moved 14 times, including living in a 1976 Ford Monarch to a new college graduate, married with child, to a plastics salesman to a paralegal all to make ends meet. Ben was also a soap opera actor and now has found his current role as the creator and show runner.

Season two will have new cast members: Linda Gray(Dallas), Nia Long (The Best Man) and Brian Baumgartner (The Office).

Watch what Ron Perlman, Dana Delany, Alona Tal and Andre Royo tell us about season 1 versus season 2 of Hand of God plus what to expect for Season 2 – catch up on all S1 episodes on-demand on Amazon Prime Video

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About Amazon Studios’ Hand of God
Created and written by Ben Watkins (Burn Notice), Hand of God marks the television debut of renowned filmmaker Marc Forster (World War Z), and stars Golden Globe winner Ron Perlman in his first lead television role since Sons of Anarchy. The show centers on Judge Pernell Harris (Perlman), a hard-living, law-bending married man with a high-end call girl on the side, who suffers a mental breakdown and goes on a vigilante quest to find the man who raped his daughter-in-law and tore his family apart. With no real evidence to go on, Pernell begins to rely on “visions” and “messages” he believes are being sent by God through Pernell’s ventilator-bound son, PJ, who attempts suicide shortly after his wife, Jocelyn, is raped in front of him. Is he inspired or is he insane?

About Amazon Studios
Amazon Studios launched in 2010 as a new way to develop feature films and episodic series—one that’s open to great ideas from creators and audiences around the world. Last year Amazon Studios launched its first two prime time series, Alpha House and Betas, and recently debuted its first three children’s series, the Annecy International Animated Film Festival Award-winning Tumble Leaf from Bix Pix Entertainment, as well as Creative Galaxy from Angela Santomero, the creator of Blue’s Clues, and Annedroids, from Emmy nominated Sinking Ship Entertainment. Amazon Original Series are available exclusively to Prime members through Prime Instant Video. For more info, visit