Evil: Season 2

Evil: Season 2

Evil: Season 2

A clinical psychologist (Katja Herbers, Westworld) and a priest-in-training (Mike Colter, Luke Cage) work together to determine if evil perpetrators are either insane or possessed in this crime-horror series.

2021Rating: TV-14USACBS
CrimeHorror
EPISODE 2.1

N Is for Night Terrors

The team is given the task of evaluating the likelihood of Leland being possessed, which if decided true, would require them to exorcise him.

EPISODE 2.2

A Is for Angel

The team is charged with investigating a man who claims that he is hearing an angel.

EPISODE 2.3

F Is for Fire

The team encounters a nine-year-old girl, Mathilda, who is seemingly haunted by a Jinn, a spirit in the Islamic faith.

EPISODE 2.4

E Is for Elevator

The team is sent to investigate the disappearance of a teenage boy, Wyatt.

EPISODE 2.5

Z Is for Zombies

Father Mulvehill asks the team for a confidential evaluation, as he fears that he might be the victim of diabolical oppression.

EPISODE 2.6

C Is for Cop

After the shooting of an unarmed woman, the team is tasked with investigating the police officer who pulled the trigger.

EPISODE 2.7

S is for Silence

The team is dispatched to a monastery to investigate the corpse of Father Thomas, whose body has not decayed in the year following his death.

EPISODE 2.8

B Is for Brain

Kristen, David, and Ben are sent to Cornell University, at the request of Bishop Marx, to investigate an electrode-based experiment.

EPISODE 2.9

U Is for U.F.O.

Bishop Marx tasks the team to investigate a UFO sighting, spotted by an air force pilot.

EPISODE 2.10

O Is for Ovaphobia

Ben, David, and Kristen investigate the RSM Fertility clinic - since so many of their past cases have led back to the ominous clinic.

EPISODE 2.11

T Is for Temporoparietal Lobes

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EPISODE 2.12

Episode 12

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EPISODE 2.13

Episode 13

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Evil: Season 2 / Reviews

Film School Rejects

Film School Rejects

Evil’s inscrutability is what makes it such a smart and addictive show.

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Paste

Paste

Evil is leaning into freedom so hard that it’s done away with any guardrails that previously made its complex story work.

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Vanity Fair

Vanity Fair

One of television’s strangest, most beguiling shows...

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USA Today

USA Today

(Evil) naturally levels up in the new episodes, deepening its characters and the big life questions the scripts routinely ask.

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

An immensely fun supernatural drama as well as an incisive series...

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IndieWire

IndieWire

A bizarre tapestry that maybe doesn’t always make sense when looking at it up close. But step back for a full view, and there’s nothing else like it on TV.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

Beyond what some might consider a too-deliberate pace, there isn’t a lot to complain about...

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Vulture

Vulture

Evil wastes absolutely zero time getting us right back into the circumstances that left our jaws on our respective floors when Season One ended...

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