Evil is constantly on the move–and that pattern carries over to the supernatural/horror Evil series, which recently switched homes to Paramount+ from CBS.
The show’s second season will premiere on the streamer June 20, as reported by syfy.com, and a teaser trailer (seen on this page) gives fans an idea of what to expect when the show picks up from the Season 1 cliffhanger.
Evil–which debuted on CBS with a 13-episode season in September 2019–was created by Robert and Michelle King. The show stars Katja Herbers, Mike Colter, Michael Emerson, Aasif Mandvi, Kurt Fuller and Marti Matulis.
The storyline follows a skeptical forensic psychologist, Dr. Kristen Bouchard (Herbers), who allies herself with a Catholic seminarian, David Acosta (Colter), and a technology contractor, Ben Shakir (Mandvi), to investigate possible supernatural incidents.
The show’s first season was well received by fans and critics. Good reviews led to Evil being nominated for Critics’ Choice Super Awards for Best Horror Series, Best Actor and Best Actress.
Co-creator Robert King dropped a dark hint concerning Season 2. “I think the second season is going to be dealing with some death,” he said. “As writers, death is an interesting part of life, and I think so much of our entertainment pushes it aside because everybody loves a little bit of a song and dance. But there’s a sense we’re dancing around the edge of a grave.”
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