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It has been a decade since Touched by an Angel was a regular TV series and since the faith centered show went off the air, a lot has changed in television.
Shows like AMC's Breaking Bad and The Walking Dead have changed what can be shown on TV and Netflix broke all the historic TV rules when they released every episode to House of Cards season one, allowing fans to binge watch the entire series without every having to break.
Now as executive producer Martha Williamson returns to the small screen, she understand that times have changed but that is not stopping her. Williamson will be working for the Hallmark channel producing, Signed, Sealed, Delivered, The Associated Press reported.
The show is set to air this Sunday at 8 p.m. and will star stars Eric Mabius, who is known for working on the ABC series Ugly Betty. Signed, Sealed, Delivered will tell the story of a good-natured supervisor of a group of offbeat U.S. Postal Service employees who have to become sleuths to get the mail to its rightful place.
Williamson recently spoke with Christian Post Recorder about her excitement about the series and returning to TV.
"I am so excited, we are having so much fun doing the show. It's been 10 years since 'Touched By An Angel,' I was executive producer of that, and I'm the executive producer of this show, and I get to write inspiring, positive, motivating, uplifting family television again," said Williamson.