Mitch Albom's The Five People You Meet In Heaven Sunday, December 5 at 8/7c Starring Jon Voight, Steven Grayhm, Callahan Brebner, Dagmara Dominczyk, Michael Imperioli, Jeff Daniels, Matthew Viser, Ellen Burstyn, Allie Mickelson, Nicaela Weigel, Shelbie Weigel, Callum Keith Rennie, Rebecca Jenkins, Damon Johnson and Darcy Cadman. In Mitch Albom's The Five People You Meet In Heaven," a Hallmark Entertainment production, Eddie (played by Jon Voight as an old man and Steven Grayham in his more youthful incarnation) is a lonely war veteran and widower who feels like his life as a repairman at the Ruby Pier Amusement Park has been meaningless. On his 83rd birthday, an accident on one of the rides imperils a five-year-old girl, and Eddie risks his own safety in front of a horrified crowd as he attempts to save her life. The last thing he sees is the little girl's frightened face. The last thing he feels is two small hands in his. Then, after a blinding flash of light and silence, Eddie reawakens in an unfamiliar place called Heaven… but he's not alone. Five people -- each of whom shares with him a fateful and significant connection -- have been waiting to meet him. Some are loved ones, some are distant strangers, yet they all have the same goal -- to introduce Eddie to the true meaning and value of his life by showing him how their lives and deaths have been a part of his own in ways he never suspected. Each of these souls is looking for closure, each has a story to relate, a secret to divulge and a lesson to impart -- the Blue Man (Jeff Daniels), the Captain (Michael Imperioli), Ruby (Ellen Burstyn), Marguerite (Dagmara Dominczyk) and Tala (Nicaela Weigel and Shelbie Weigel). One by one, they illuminate the impact that Eddie has had on others and show him why his life on Earth was not insignificant. When he meets his fifth person in Heaven, Eddie, still haunted by the question of whether the little girl lived or died, finally begins to understand how truly interconnected we all are. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Dr. Bob read this last month and shared how touched he was by the book. I can't wait to see this!