A smart ass DJ wants to start a career in radio, but the only place that will hire him is an old Southern Gospel Radio station. His first night shift happens during Y2K AND the rapture. Literally, all hell breaks loose.
Cousin Vinnie is trying to break into radio, and the only job he can get is at a fledgling Southern Gospel station in a small town in East Tennessee. He's not too hip on the ways of the people at this station, and the feeling is mutual. Fitting in may never happen for Vinnie, but when the clock strikes twelve and judgment is at hand, can he save the station and his co-workers?
Sister Nancy is a harsh, cold boss. She is a judgmental woman, yet has glaring flaws like chain smoking late into her pregnancy. There seems to be a lot of layers to the station manager, and her prickly shell may mask an interesting past. If it falls on her shoulders to save the station and her employees when Armageddon knocks on the station's front door, she'll be ready.
This pot smoking station engineer may seem affable and friendly on the outside, but even his unprofessional bathrobe that he wears everyday can't hide the fact that this is a big man capable of handling himself during the great tribulation. Rumor has it that this apparent pacifist has a dark side that WJHC may need when the end of days is at hand.
Vinnie Vineyard & Luke Walker
Todd "TNT" Turner
Chip Taylor Communications, LLC