Netflix Messiah Series. Antichrist Miracle Worker. Fire From Heaven. Thousands Healed

Netflix’s ‘Messiah’ Trailer Asks: Is This a Con Artist or the Second Coming? Series premieres Jan. 1, 2020. Netflix has released the trailer and first-look images for its upcoming thriller series “Messiah,” which opens up an interesting debate as to how today’s society would react to a potential Second Coming in the age of social media.

Out Jan. 1, “Messiah” stars Michelle Monaghan as CIA officer Eva Geller and Mehdi Dehbi as Al-Masih, a man who believes he is the son of God. In the trailer, which you can watch above, officer Geller is faced with the task of determining the man’s motives — is he genuine, or could he wreak havoc on a global scale?

Arabic speaking Netflix users have quickly taken to Twitter following the release of the trailer to comment on the name of the lead character – Al-Masih.

Al-Masih ad-Dajjal is considered an evil figure, similar to the Christian idea of an anti-Christ.

He’s also referred to as “the deceiving Messiah” – in other words, someone pretending to be the real Messiah. So those in the know believe they’ve already worked out a major plot twist.

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