‘Evil’ is a supernatural drama series that follows the unlikely trio of a forensic psychologist, and a former journalist coaching for a priest, and a builder as they group to explore supernatural phenomena and uncover the true nature of evil. Created by Robert King and Michelle King, the potentially paranormal procedural series premiered in 2019 on CBS and was onboarded by Netflix in October 2020 to present it to a wider audience.
It’s been famous for its intense performances and examining the deeply unsettling nature of the topics it tackles. If you couldn’t get enough of the thoughtful disagreements stemming from the trio’s three different religious beliefs and therefore are eagerly awaiting news about a follow-up season, here is everything we know about evil season two.
When Is The Release Date For Evil Season 2?
There is not any premiere date for Evil Season 2. In a January 6 Instagram article, lead celebrity Katja Herbers said the second season will premiere on CBS”THIS SPRING” IN 2021.
Herbers similarly predicts that the second season will stream on Netflix” some time then.”
The second season of this series was filmed in 2020, throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. In New York Comic-Con held virtually in October 2020, the cast of Evil recorded lines from Season two episodes over Zoom, that have been cut and edited into a”season trailer” that satirized the suspenseful editing of TV show trailers.
All of Evil’s series regulars are expected to return in Season two.
Evil stars Mike Colter as priest-in-training David Acosta; Katja Herbers as psychologist Kristen Bouchard; Aasif Mandvi as builder Ben Shakir; Michael Emerson as super creep Leland Townsend; Christine Lahti as Kristen’s mother, Sheryl; and Kurt Fuller as Dr. Boggs. The cast also includes Brooklyn Shuck, Skylar Gray, Maddy Crocco, and Dalya Knapp as Kristen’s four brothers.
What is the plot of Evil season 2? And where can I watch the trailer?
Even though there isn’t any official preview for Evil season 2 yet — we’re expecting that CBS will launch one soon — that the cast read lines from episodes of season 2 over Zoom last fall and those lineup readings were cut to a semi-trailer, complete with plenty of stock footage to stand out for the lack of real footage since production had been postponed.
The trailer, which was released as part of the series’s virtual panel during New York Comic Con in October 2020, hinted at trouble for Kristen afterward she seemingly killed the serial killer Orson LeRoux (Darren Pettie) once he began harassing her and her kids. It also revealed that Michael Emerson’s Leland desires an exorcism ahead of his marriage to Kristen’s mother and that he was only using her to get to her daughter.
The whole trailer is edited in such a way that it imitates the tropes and aesthetics of a traditional TV show trailer, enjoying the suspense and drama almost for laughs. It’s truly fun and featured enough advice about what is to come it pleased fans of this series at the moment, but it has been months since the trailer was released and everyone is now getting a little bit impatient. Hopefully, we’ll see some actual footage soon. Until then, you can always rewatch season 1 on Netflix.