Bottom Line: In the wide world of religious satire Mr. Deity stands a cut above the rest. It manages to raise some really interesting questions about the way the we look at the world beyond without devolving into a heavy-handed mess.
Mr. Deity is a webshow/podcast that looks at the every-day life of the creator and everything he must endure as he attempts to manage his creation.
For a show that could have become nothing but a series of sketches, they do a fantastic job of tying episodes together, rewarding those who have been keeping up from the beginning. That being said, the show is still enjoyable even if you only have a few episodes under your belt. (Storytelling 4.5)
This show is downright addicting. The episodes only get better once they introduce Jessie and Lucy to the cast in the middle of the first season. As always with a show that touches so prominently on religion, this it’s not for everyone, but I think they keep it light-hearted enough to keep most people coming back for more. (Watchability 5)