Angels Among Us Debut Commemorates 9/11

New CMT Series Explores Real-Life Encounters With Angels

CMT brings inspirational stories to life in a new four-episode series, Angels Among Us, premiering Sept. 8 at 9 p.m. ET/PT with an episode to commemorate the 10-year anniversary of 9/11. Genelle Guzman-McMillan, Ron DiFrancesco and John Yates’ lives were forever changed when terrorists attacked the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. The first one-hour episode of Angels Among Us takes an awe-inspiring look into their individual miracles of survival with touching stories that can only be explained by acts of divine intervention.

Guzman-McMillan was on the 13th floor of World Trade Tower One when it collapsed on top of her. As hope faded, she believes an angel held her hand until she became the last victim pulled from the rubble 27 hours later. DiFrancesco was one of only two survivors from Floor 84 of Tower Two, escaping death after he heard an otherworldly voice urging him to run into the fire. At the Pentagon, Yates pushed through massive injuries towards safety with the help of something extraordinary.

Angels Among Us features everyday men and women who believe they were delivered from tragedy through angelic encounters. The true-life stories will be told through interviews with the survivors, eyewitness accounts and reenactments. Ranging from catastrophic car crashes to tornadoes, debilitating illnesses and the biggest terrorist attack in U.S. history, the show focuses on the tales of triumph told in the survivors’ own words.