According to Newsweek's Joshua Alston, TV is losing its religion. His proof? The cancellation of Kings, NBC's clever take on the King David story. But for those with eyes to see and ears to hear, religion on television isn't in decline. It's everywhere: in shows from Saving Grace to Supernatural, and from Grey's Anatomy to House. Channel surfers can stumble on stories of euthanasia, polygamy, and gay unions or catch sight of angels, demons, and bearded rabbis. If the quest to understand what makes us human is religion's beating heart, then there's much to behold in primetime; especially for the growing numbers of religious “nones,” whose search for meaning stops at the church door.