Evil is one of the most recent up-and-coming supernatural drama series to infect (or possess) aficionados of the genre. The first season, created by Robert and Michelle King, aired in September 2019 and was so successful that it was renewed for a second season by October of the same year. Despite production delays due to the pandemic in Season 2, the showrunners were able to adapt and concentrate that season on more character-focused episodes, allowing for safer distancing procedures among the cast and crew.
The second season premiered in June 2021, a month after the program was transferred from CBS to Paramount+. Similar to the previous season, the program was renewed within a month after its debut, leading us to Season 3. This will be broadcast on June 12, 2022. This post will go over everything you need to know before the new season begins.
Is There a Trailer For Evil Season 3?
We see a lot of familiar characters and a lot of action in this teaser. But will it be able to wrap up all of the dangling threads that the audience was left with after Season 2? Now, all we can do is wait and see what happens.
When Is Evil Season 3’s Release Date?
Beginning on June 12, 2022, the series will be available to watch on Paramount+. However, the episodes will be made available every week.
What Is Evil About?
Throughout the episode, forensic psychologist Dr. Kirsten Bouchard (played by Katja Herbers) faces challenges in both her personal and professional life. She joins forces with a man called David Acosta. He works as an “assessor” for the Catholic church (Mike Colter). However, he is in the process of completing his studies to become a priest, and in the interim. He evaluates possible exorcism claims for the church. Bouchard works with Ben Shakir (Aasif Mandvi), whose proficiency with technology assists David in debunking the supernatural claims that they examine. He is employed by the same company.
Although there is an overall plot that is developed more during the program. The primary focus of each episode is on a different supernatural mystery that the three investigators must solve. You may appreciate each episode on its own. There is no need to be familiar with the whole backstories of the show’s primary characters to do so. This is similar to watching House or Law and Order.
Who’s in the Cast of Evil Season 3?
Of course, the supernatural detective team of Kirsten Bouchard (Herbers), David Acosta (Colter), and Ben Shakir (Mandvi) will return. Kirsten’s mother, Sheryl (Christine Lahti), will return; the last time we saw her, she had just joined the secret club representing 60 evil homes on Earth.
Lynn (Brooklyn Shuck), Lexis (Maddy Crocco), Lila (Skylar Gray), and Laura (Dalya Knapp), Kirsten’s four kids, will all appear in Season 3. There are a lot of loose ends to tie up with Kirsten’s children and their relationship to Evil’s depravity.
Michael Emerson (The Practice) will reprise his role as antagonist Leland Townsend, as will Kurt Fuller as Kirsten’s therapist, Dr. Boggs. According to the teaser, Wallace Shawn will also make an appearance in at least one of the episodes. Boris McGiver (The Servant) will reprise his role as Monsignor Korecki, while Patrick Brammall (Glitch) will play Andy Bouchard.
Where Can You Watch Evil Season 3?
Season 3 will only be available to watch on Paramount+. The history of streaming and where the first two seasons are available can be a little confusing, so let’s break it down.
In October 2020, Netflix bought the rights to Season 1, which made the show a lot more popular. When Paramount+ took over the show from CBS in May 2021, they decided not to put Season 2 on Netflix, which upset the new fans that Netflix had brought in. How bad.
Seasons 1 and 2 can be streamed right now on Paramount+, which does require a membership. Season 1 can be streamed on Amazon Prime until June 30, 2022, if you don’t have a Paramount+ account and want to see if the show is worth the $9.99/month fee before you sign up.
How Many Episodes Are There in Evil Season 3?
In contrast to the prior two seasons, which each consisted of 13 episodes, there will be just 10 episodes in the third season. If the next season is anything like the ones that came before it, we should find out whether or not the show will be renewed for a fourth season within a month or so after the debut of the new season.