Returning: Evil

Fourth and final season to premiere in May.

US horror series Evil, will premiere its fourth and final season in May on Paramount+.

The series stars Katja Herbers, Mike Colter, Aasif Mandvi, Michael Emerson, Kurt Fuller, Andrea Martin, Christine Lahti, Brooklyn Shuck, Skylar Gray, Maddy Crocco and Dalya Knapp.

In the upcoming season, Kristen, David and Ben continue to assess cases that involve wayward technology, possessed pigs, demonic oppression and infestation, a dance muse conjured by alleged witches and an evil relic. Throughout, Leland attempts to lure Kristen into raising a baby antichrist who was conceived with her ovum.

David is recruited by the Vatican’s secret service to “remote view” a paranormal ability to see the unseen in order to detect evil. Ben is hit by an ion beam, causing him to see visions of a taunting jinn until he discovers an unusual solution to banish it. Finally, all three realize they only have a few weeks left to assess cases because the parish has decided to disband the team due to a lack of funds. This culminates in one last confrontation with Leland and the 60 families that make up Evil in the modern world.

Evil is produced by CBS Studios in association with King Size Productions. Robert King, Michelle King, Liz Glotzer, Rockne S. O’Bannon and Sam Hoffman serve as executive producers. The series is distributed internationally by Paramount Global Content Distribution.

Friday, 24 May on Paramount+

Horror themes.

3 Responses

  1. I liked season one of Evil even though exorcism is not something that attracts me, while the story was fresh the characters worked well including all the predictable religious tropes, but maybe the Devil would have better things to do. The challenge when writing this type of macabre genre is originality, but Evil, probably wisely, ignored that temptation and sensibly keeps the Good versus Evil themes coming, and of course each episode must be moderated by the church so the viewer wont get sidetracked.
    There obviously is a fond place for this type of show but its not for me, two seasons was enough.

  2. They said they were going to wind up the meandering plot with Leland, it appears rapidly. I enjoyed S3, of course no idea if and when it will end up on Bold.

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