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Evil - Episode List

Season 2

Number#

Date

Name

Score

Status

13

Oct 10, 2021

C Is for Cannibal

12

Oct 3, 2021

D Is for Doll

11

Sep 26, 2021

I Is for IRS

10

Sep 19, 2021

O Is for Ovaphobia

9

Sep 12, 2021

U Is for U.F.O.

8

Sep 5, 2021

B Is for Brain

7

Aug 29, 2021

S Is for Silence

6

Jul 25, 2021

C Is for Cop

5

Jul 18, 2021

Z Is for Zombies

4

Jul 11, 2021

E Is for Elevator

3

Jul 4, 2021

F Is for Fire

2

Jun 27, 2021

A Is for Angel

1

Jun 20, 2021

N Is for Night Terrors

Season 1

Number#

Date

Name

Score

Status

13

Jan 30, 2020

Book 27

12

Jan 16, 2020

Justice x 2

11

Jan 9, 2020

Room 320

10

Dec 12, 2019

7 Swans a Singin'

9

Dec 5, 2019

Exorcism Part 2

8

Nov 21, 2019

2 Fathers

7

Nov 14, 2019

Vatican III

6

Nov 7, 2019

Let x = 9

5

Oct 24, 2019

October 31

4

Oct 17, 2019

Rose 390

3

Oct 10, 2019

3 Stars

2

Oct 3, 2019

177 Minutes

1

Sep 26, 2019

Pilot

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Evil

Genre

Supernatural
Drama
Thriller

Composer(s)

David Buckley

Country of origin

United States

Original language(s)

English

Executive producer(s)

  • Liz Glotzer
  • Robert King
  • Michelle King
  • Rockne S. O'Bannon

Producer(s)

  • Robyn-Alain Feldman
  • Aurin Squire
  • Patricia Ione Lloyd
  • Thomas J. Whelan

Camera setup

Single-camera

Running time

40–50 minutes

Production company(s)

  • King Size Production
  • CBS Television Studios (season 1)
  • CBS Studios (season 2–present)

Distributor

CBS Television Distribution

Picture format

1080i (HDTV)

Original release

September 26, 2019 – present


Evil is an American supernatural drama series created by Robert and Michelle King that premiered on CBS on September 26, 2019 and concluded on January 30, 2020 before moving to Paramount+ on June 20, 2021.

The series was renewed for a second season on October 22, 2019.[1] In May 2021, it was confirmed that the series would move from CBS to Paramount+.[2] The second season premiered on June 20, 2021 and concluded on October 10, 2021. The series was renewed for a third season on July 8, 2021.[3]

Synopsis[]

Skeptical female psychologist Kristen Bouchard joins David Acosta, who is training to be a Catholic priest, and a blue collar contractor as they investigate the church's backlog of unexplained mysteries, including supposed miracles, demonic possessions and other extraordinary occurrences. Their job is to assess if there's a logical explanation or if something truly supernatural is at work, examining the origins of evil along the dividing line between science and religion.

Episodes[]

Main article: List of Evil episodes

Season Episodes Originally aired (U.S. dates)
Season premiere Season finale Network
113 September 26, 2019 January 30, 2020 CBS
213 June 20, 2021 October 10, 2021 Paramount+
313 TBA TBA

Cast[]

Main Cast[]

Guest Cast[]

Production[]

CBS ordered a pilot for the potential series in January 2019, created by the writing team Robert and Michelle King. Katja Herbers and Mike Colter were cast in February, with Michael Emerson and Aasif Mandvi cast in March. A series order was officially made in May 2019. A day after that, it was announced that the series would premiere in the fall of 2019 and air on Thursday nights at 10:00 p.m. during the 2019–2020 television season.

The series debuted on September 26, 2019. On July 18, 2019, Christine Lahti was cast as Sheryl Luria, replacing Deirdre O'Connell who was in the original pilot. On July 25, 2019, it was announced that Kurt Fuller, who guest starred in the pilot, had been promoted to a series regular. On October 22, 2019, CBS renewed the series for a second season. The filming of the second season was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States, but later began in October 2020 and was rerouted into a more "character-focused season." Filming concluded in June 2021.

On May 18, 2021, it reported that the series would move to Paramount+ for the second season. On May 23, 2021, it was announced that the second season would set to premiere on June 20, 2021. On July 8, 2021, Paramount+ renewed the series for a third season.

Release[]

Marketing[]

On May 15, 2019, CBS released the first official trailer for the series.

International broadcast[]

Evil premiered in Canada on Global TV on September 26, 2019. CBS Studios International announced on October 22, 2019 that Evil would air in Spain on Syfy in January 2020. On October 29, CBS announced Evil would be available on Globo play in Brazil on November 1. Evil premiered in Latin America on October 31 on Universal TV through an exclusive licensing agreement between CBS Studios International and NBCUniversal International Networks. CBS Studios International has also signed a licensing agreement with French broadcaster TF1 Group for Evil to air in France.

Reception[]

Critical response[]

The review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes reported a "certified fresh" 90% approval rating based on 39 reviews. The website's critical consensus states, "Smartly-written and effectively unsettling, Evil works best when it dares to delve into the depths of the uncomfortable questions it poses." Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, assigned a score of 76 out of 100 based on 14 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews".

Trailer[]

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References[]

  1. ↑CBS's 'Evil' Renewed For Season 2 + Full Orders For 'All Rise', 'Carol's Second Act', 'The Unicorn' & 'Bob (hearts) Abishola'. Renew Cancel TV. Retrieved October 23, 2019.
  2. ↑Andreeva, Nellie (May 18, 2021). 'SEAL Team' & 'Evil' Officially Move To Paramount+; 'Clarice' Remains In Negotiations. Deadline. Retrieved May 18, 2021.
  3. ↑Andreeva, Nellie (July 8, 2021). 'Evil' Renewed For Season 3 By Paramount+. Deadline. Retrieved July 16, 2021.

External links[]

Sours: https://cbs-evil.fandom.com/wiki/Evil
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  • Episode 13C Is For Cannibal

    Evil Season-Finale Recap: Hell WeekThat’s right, we’re talking cannibalism in the season-two finale. And that last scene? That is one way to do Ordination Day, huh?

  • Episode 12D Is For Doll

    Evil Recap: Hello, Dolly!Not just one doll, but three. THREE. And one is dressed like an old-timey clown. It’s honestly just crossing a line at this point.

  • Episode 11I is for IRS

    Evil Recap: A Tale of Two ExorcismsDouble exorcism? Horrifically gross hallucinations? A literal bloodbath?? Evil doesn’t disappoint, folks.

  • Episode 10O is for Ovaphobia

    Evil Recap: Influence MeWhat is that rascal Leland up to this time? Something evil, I bet. And Ben’s sometimes girlfriend is over her Arm Ghost Sister.

  • Episode 9U Is for U.F.O.

    Evil Recap: All This and I Can CookEvil goes full The X-Files with UFOs, shady government cover-ups, and major sexual tension between a skeptic and a believer. What a time!

  • Episode 8B Is for Brain

    Evil Recap: The God HelmetCan someone check on Kristen? Something is building inside of her, and when it boils over, it’s going to be bad.

  • Episode 7S Is for Silence

    Evil Recap: Don’t Say a WordAn excursion to a silent monastery makes for a mostly dialogue-less episode. It’s delightfully weird, funny, and gross, and Evil at its best.

  • Episode 6C Is for Cop

    Evil Recap: Justice Served?What could have been a boilerplate racist-cop story winds up going in some extremely Evil directions.

  • Episode 5Z Is For Zombie

    Evil Recap: Exorcising the ExorcistSister Andrea’s endgame with David and Leland is a mystery, but for now we should all just be enjoying the ride.

  • Episode 4E Is For Elevator

    Evil Recap: Next Time Take the StairsSomehow the clickity-clacking 1960s half-body ghost girl is not the scary centerpiece of this episode.

  • Episode 3F Is For Fire

    Evil Recap: Coming in HotAnother creepy kid to add to Evil’s collection.

  • Episode 2A Is For Avenging Angel

    Evil Recap: Wedding Planning With the DevilLeave it to Evil to make angels as terrifying as demons.

  • Episode 1N Is For Night Terrors

    Evil Season-Premiere Recap: The New ParishionerTwo different possessions of dubious credibility shake up our core dynamics in a characteristically off-the-wall premiere.

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    Evil (TV series)

    American supernatural drama television series

    Evil is an American supernaturaldrama television series created by Robert King and Michelle King that premiered on September 26, 2019, on CBS. The series is produced by CBS Studios and King Size Productions. The series features an ensemble cast including Katja Herbers, Mike Colter, Michael Emerson, Aasif Mandvi, Kurt Fuller, Marti Matulis, Brooklyn Shuck, Skylar Gray, Maddy Crocco, Dalya Knapp and Christine Lahti.

    In October 2019, the series was renewed for a second season. In May 2021, it was confirmed that the series would move from CBS to Paramount+.[1] The second season premiered on June 20, 2021.[2] In July 2021, the series was renewed for a third season.[3]

    Premise[edit]

    A skeptical forensic psychologist (Herbers) allies with a Catholicseminarian (Colter) and a technology contractor (Mandvi) to investigate purported supernatural incidents.

    Cast and characters[edit]

    Main[edit]

    • Katja Herbers as Dr. Kristen Bouchard, a forensic psychologist hired by David Acosta to help him distinguish between legitimate instances of demonic possession and insanity. Kristen is not religious and does not believe in demons or the supernatural, but finds her skepticism tested many times as she walks a thin line between what science can account for and what it has yet to explain.
    • Mike Colter as David Acosta, a former journalist studying to be a Catholic priest. He currently works as an assessor, tasked with investigating and confirming events such as miracles and reports of demons. He takes hallucinogens in order to see visions, but he is not sure if they are from God or his own mind.
    • Aasif Mandvi as Ben Shakir, a contractor who works with David as his technical expert and equipment handler. He plays devil's advocate, providing scientific explanations for supernatural phenomena.
    • Kurt Fuller as Dr. Kurt Boggs, a psychiatrist and Kristen's therapist.
    • Peter Scolari as Bishop Thomas Marx
    • Marti Matulis as George, a demon who appears to Kristen in her dreams. Matulis portrays other characters in several episodes: AR Demon in "Rose390", one of the Ghoul Orderlies in "Room 320" and Townsend's Devil Therapist in "Justice × 2", "Book 27" and "U Is for U.F.O".
    • Brooklyn Shuck as Lynn Bouchard, Kristen's eldest daughter.
    • Skylar Gray as Lila Bouchard, Kristen's second daughter.
    • Maddy Crocco as Lexis Bouchard, Kristen's third daughter.
    • Dalya Knapp as Laura Bouchard, Kristen's youngest daughter.
    • Christine Lahti as Sheryl Luria, Kristen's supportive, hard-living mother.
    • Michael Emerson as Dr. Leland Townsend, Kristen's professional rival and an expert in the occult. He is obsessed with encouraging others to commit evil acts. He has a particular interest in David, stemming from his contempt for those who believe themselves incapable of sin. The episode "Justice × 2" reveals that he is really Jake Perry, a former insurance adjuster from Des Moines working to influence others into acts of evil.

    Recurring[edit]

    • Patrick Brammall as Andy Bouchard, Kristen's husband and a professional climbing guide
    • Boris McGiver as Monseigneur Matthew Korecki
    • Kristen Connolly as Detective Mira Byrd, Kristen's friend
    • Clark Johnson as Father Amara, an exorcist and David's spiritual advisor
    • Danny Burstein as D.A. Lewis Cormier
    • Noah Robbins as Sebastian Lewin, a young man targeted by Leland
    • Darren Pettie as Orson LeRoux, a serial killer evaluated by Kristen
    • Karen Pittman as Caroline Hopkins, a woman on whom the Church performs an exorcism
    • Sohina Sidhu as Karima Shakir, Ben's sister, a tech genius
    • Li Jun Li as Grace Ling, a prophet under investigation by the Church
    • Renée Elise Goldsberry as Renee Harris, a defense attorney working for the Church
    • Andrea Martin as Sister Andrea (season 2)
    • Ashley Edner as Abbey (season 2), a succubus that taunts Ben during his dreams

    Episodes[edit]

    Season 1 (2019–20)[edit]

    Season 2 (2021)[edit]

    Production[edit]

    CBS ordered a pilot for the potential series in January 2019, created by the writing team Robert and Michelle King.[18] Katja Herbers and Mike Colter were cast in February, with Michael Emerson and Aasif Mandvi cast in March.[18][19][20][21] A series order was officially made in May 2019.[22] A day after that, it was announced that the series would premiere in the fall of 2019 and air on Thursday nights at 10:00 p.m. during the 2019–2020 television season.[23]

    On July 18, 2019, Christine Lahti was cast as Sheryl Luria, replacing Deirdre O'Connell who was in the original pilot.[24] On July 25, 2019, it was announced that Kurt Fuller, who guest starred in the pilot, had been promoted to a series regular.[25] The series debuted on September 26, 2019.[26]

    On October 22, 2019, CBS renewed the series for a second season.[27] The filming of the second season was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States, but later began in October 2020 and was rerouted into a more "character-focused season."[28] Filming concluded in June 2021.[29] On May 18, 2021, it reported that the series would move to Paramount+ for the second season.[1] On May 23, 2021, it was announced that the second season would premiere on June 20, 2021.[2]

    On July 8, 2021, Paramount+ renewed the series for a third season.[3]

    Release[edit]

    Marketing[edit]

    On May 15, 2019, CBS released the first official trailer for the series.[30] In September 2020, CBS announced that the first season would be made available on Netflix in October 2020 in order to generate attention for the upcoming second season.[31] The series left Netflix in the US on October 1, 2021.

    International broadcast[edit]

    Evil premiered in Canada on Global on September 26, 2019.[32]CBS Studios International announced on October 22, 2019 that Evil would air in Spain on Syfy in January 2020.[33] On October 29, CBS announced Evil would be available on Globoplay in Brazil on November 1.[34]Evil premiered in Latin America on October 31 on Universal TV through an exclusive licensing agreement between CBS Studios International and NBCUniversal International Networks.[35]

    CBS Studios International has also signed a licensing agreement with French broadcaster TF1 Group for Evil to air in France, where it premiered on May 19, 2021.[36][37] In India, Evil initially premiered on the streaming service Voot Select in April 2020, followed by a network television premiere on June 23, 2020 on Zee Café.[38][39] In July 2020, the British pay television channel Alibi announced that they had bought the British rights to Evil and the show premiered in the United Kingdom on September 21, 2020.[40][41] In Germany, the show first premiered on the pay-TV channel ProSieben Fun on August 7, 2020, followed by a free-TV premiere on February 17, 2021 on ProSieben.[42][43]

    Reception[edit]

    Critical response[edit]

    The review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes reported a "certified fresh" 92% approval rating based on 48 reviews, with an average rating of 7.73/10. The website's critical consensus states, "Smartly-written and effectively unsettling, Evil works best when it dares to delve into the depths of the uncomfortable questions it poses."[44]Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, assigned a score of 76 out of 100 based on 14 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews".[45] The first season was named as one of the best television shows of 2019 by The New Yorker, NPR, and TVLine.[46][47][48] In 2021, the show was named the best show on television by TV Guide.[49][50]

    At the 1st Critics' Choice Super Awards, the series received four nominations: Best Horror Series, Best Actor in a Horror Series (Colter, Emerson) and Best Actress in a Horror Series (Herbers).[51]

    The second season has a 94% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes, based on 17 reviews, with an average rating of 8.50/10. The website's critical consensus reads, "Evil successfully slips into the streaming world with a spooky second season that doubles down on the scares without losing its sense of humor."[52] On Metacritic, the second season received a score of 84 based on reviews from 10 critics, indicating "universal acclaim".[53]

    Ratings[edit]

    Home media[edit]

    CBS Home Entertainment released the complete first season on DVD on June 30, 2020.[67]

    References[edit]

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    External links[edit]

    Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evil_(TV_series)

    List evil episode

    The following is a list of Evil episodes.

    Episodes[]

    Season 1[]

    No. Episode name Original air date
    1 "Genesis 1" September 26, 2019
    2 "177 Minutes" October 3, 2019
    3 "3 Stars" October 10, 2019
    4 "Rose390" October 17, 2019
    5 "October 31" October 24, 2019
    6 "Let x = 9" November 7, 2019
    7 "Vatican III" November 14, 2019
    8 "2 Fathers" November 21, 2019
    9 "Exorcism Part 2" December 5, 2019
    10 "7 Swans a Singin'" December 12, 2019
    11 "Room 320" January 9, 2020
    12 "Justice x 2" January 16, 2020
    13 "Book 27" January 30, 2020

    Season 2[]

    No. Episode name Original air date
    1 "N is for Night Terrors" June 20, 2021
    2 "A is for Angel" June 27, 2021
    3 "F is for Fire" July 4, 2021
    4 "E is for Elevator" July 11, 2021
    5 "Z is for Zombies" July 18, 2021
    6 "C is for Cop" July 25, 2021
    7 "S is for Silence" August 29, 2021
    8 "B is for Brain" September 5, 2021
    9 "U is for U.F.O" September 12, 2021
    10 "O is for Ovaphobia" September 19, 2021
    11 I is for IRSSeptember 26, 2021
    12 D is for DollOctober 3, 2021
    13 C is for CannibalOctober 10, 2021
    Sours: https://cbs-evil.fandom.com/wiki/List_of_Evil_episodes
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    "I will never return to him!" She decided. Vladimir Sergeevich finished in Galina, without even experiencing a hundredth of the pleasure that he experienced with his daughter. Despising himself, he threw his neighbor out the door and went in search of Lenka. If only she didnt break the wood, a single thought was spinning in her mind.

    He found her quickly near the old pond.



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