*timothy omundson


Heyah guys ! 

This one took me way too long to draw (and i’m not a huge fan of it. The drawings are really meh XD).

The previous “What Should You Watch”:

-Lost [X]    

-Wynonna Earp [X]

-In The Flesh [X]

And once again, if you have questions about the shows or suggestions etc… my ask box is open.

On the 12 day of Christmas Supernatural gave to me

12 angels falling

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11 hunters hunting

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10 reapers reaping

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9 demons killing

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8 humans dancing

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7 fans drawing

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6 painful ships 

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Gaaabbbeee’ssss golden wiiinngggss

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4 archangels

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3 dying loved ones

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2 grumpy old men

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and literally no hope for the future

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Lucifer casts Timothy Omundson as… God?!

Timothy Omundson has landed a guest-starring role on Lucifer, EW has learned exclusively.

The Psych and Galavant alum will play God Johnson, a patient in a psychiatric hospital, who is charming, enigmatic, and oh yeah, he thinks he’s the one and only God Almighty.

But, as Lucifer (Tom Ellis) tries to prove him a phony, he comes to find that “God Johnson” seems to know things that only Lucifer’s true Father would know. Could he really be the Big Guy Upstairs?

We’ll find out when Omundson appears in one episode slated for spring.

After two more original episodes, the Fox drama will go on hiatus until May 1. Lucifer airs Mondays at 9 p.m. ET on Fox.


TV Shows of 2016

↳ 18/50. Galavant

Galavant’s second season was stronger, funnier, more heartbreaking and sillier than its first and the cancellation of the series is a real loss, there really wasn’t any other show quite like Galavant. What I loved about season two was the unlikely pairings such as Gareth and Queen Madalena and also King Richard’s journey from weak willed baddie in season one, to genuine hero and good guy. Timothy Omundson was outstanding as Richard and in a show of great actors and characters he still managed to stand out

I will miss you Galavant, where else I am going to get my musical comedy medieval fantasy fix from?