CBS’ freshman dramedy, “God Friended Me,” finishes up its first season Sunday night, but that doesn’t mean the show’s saying goodbye for good or that it’s been canceled.

The series, which follows atheist podcaster Miles Finer (Brandon Micheal Hall) after he’s friended on Facebook by God and taken on a wild journey, was renewed for a Season 2 back in January.

“We’re thrilled with how ‘God Friended Me’ has performed on Sundays. It’s one of the top three new series on television, has improved its time period significantly and continues a long tradition of prestige dramas for CBS on the night,” Kelly Kahl, President of CBS Entertainment said, according to Deadline.

Thom Sherman, CBS Senior Executive Vice President of Programming, added: “Our amazing cast and producers have done a wonderful job of bringing this series to life each week with humorous and inspirational storylines. Viewers have clearly embraced our characters and the positive message the show delivers.”

When Season 1, episode 20 of “God Friended Me,” titled “Que Sera Sera,” airs, it’ll find “Miles, Cara [Violett Beane] and Rakesh [Suraj Sharma] finally [coming] face to face with the elusive Henry Chase [Derek Luke] when the God Account sends Miles Simon Hayes’ [Adam Goldberg] name.”

See what happens next when the Season 1 finale of “God Friended Me,” written by Steven Lilien and Bryan Wynbrandt and directed by Gregory Smith, airs Sunday on CBS at 8 p.m. EDT.