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A probationary angel wanders Earth helping people.

Latest episodes

aired 1 day ago
A high-school student who lost his legs in an accident regains his will to live. With Michael Landon and Victor French.
aired 1 day ago
A high-school student almost gives up on life after losing both legs in a motorcycle accident. With Michael Landon and Victor French.
aired 2 days ago
A country singer's arrival in a Western town inspires a man to let his daughter pursue music; guest Ronee Blakely.
aired 2 days ago
Old-time actors have a showdown with a street gang that is terrorizing a Hollywood neighborhood. With Michael Landon and Victor French.
aired 3 days ago
Jonathan counsels a young runaway (Tony La Torre) and a widow (Carrie Snodgress) with a terminally ill son (Barret Oliver).
aired 3 days ago
Jonathan Smith is an angel on a mission from God; accompanied by ex-cop Mark Gordon, whose troubled life Jonathan once helped turn around, the two travel the country guiding the lost and suffering back toward the Highway to Heaven.
aired 4 days ago
Jonathan Smith is an angel on a mission from God; accompanied by ex-cop Mark Gordon, whose troubled life Jonathan once helped turn around, the two travel the country guiding the lost and suffering back toward the Highway to Heaven.
aired 4 days ago
On Christmas Eve, Jonathan allows three powerful people to foresee the consequences of their actions.
aired 5 days ago
Thinking Jonathan has turned into a dog, Mark embarks alone to unite a young runaway with his family.
aired 5 days ago
After years of taking care of a disabled brother, a man yearns to start a life for himself. With Michael Landon and Victor French.
aired 8 days ago
Jonathan arranges for a former beauty (Priscilla Barnes), scarred in a fire, to volunteer at a camp for the blind.
aired 8 days ago
Private detectives Mark and Jonathan help a Vietnamese couple locate sons adopted and raised by an American family.
aired 9 days ago
Jonathan and Mark (Michael Landon, Victor French) help students protest the mandatory retirement of a favorite teacher (Lew Ayres).
aired 9 days ago
Jonathan and Mark encourage a disabled Vietnam veteran to work for an organization that helps disabled people.
aired 10 days ago
Jonathan (Michael Landon) helps ambitious students learn responsible newspaper reporting. With Victor French.
aired 10 days ago
At Mark's high-school reunion, Jonathan helps a prom queen and a film star deal with faded glory.
aired 11 days ago
A church council rules all teachers in a parochial school must follow and teach Christianity; guest Mimi Kuzyk.
aired 11 days ago
An adopted boy meets his biological mother who is a Vietnam veteran suffering from traumatic flashbacks of the war.
aired 12 days ago
A former Vietnam nurse suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder; a teenage boy learns he's adopted.
aired 12 days ago
Jonathan and Mark help a mayoral candidate whose opponent wages a dirty campaign; guests David Spielberg, Ken Kercheval.
aired 15 days ago
Jonathan intermediates for a football coach whose win-at-all-costs attitude has alienated his son (Chad Allen).

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