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There are predictions that the universe will end someday as everything goes according to divine plan. On the contrary, Aziraphale lives a difficult angel and Crowley is a demon. Both forces (both good and evil) live among the human beings of the earth since the beginning and grew up fond of the beautiful way of life. Over time, both are not looking for a new war between evil and good.
A cursory overview of the plot would suggest that the two decide to work together to defend humanity from divine caprice - but the performances make it clear that what each entity is truly fighting for is one another, and the bond they've forged.
The script is, unsurprisingly, annunciation-grade, luminously funny and strikingly poignant-and considering the principal characters include angels, demons and witches, (and a tween Antichrist) it's as human as they come.