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Ash Vs Evil Dead: Cancelled by Starz; No Season Four

Let's hope Ash Williams can get his job back at Value Stop. Starz has cancelled the Ash Vs Evil Dead TV show after three seasons. According to reports, season three will run its course, and the third season finale episode, "The Mettle of Man," will serve as the Ash Vs Evil Dead TV series finale. A Starz horror drama, Ash Vs Evil Dead stars Bruce Campbell, Lucy Lawless, Ray Santiago, Dana DeLorenzo, and B Arielle Carver-o’Neill. The gory series centers on Ash (Campbell) who is now Elk Grove, Michigan’s hometown hero. In season three, Ash finds his long-lost daughter, Brandy Barr (Carver-o’Neill), and naturally tangles with the Evil Dead. Read More…
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Ash Vs Evil Dead

Network: Starz. Episodes: 30 (hour). Seasons: Three. TV show dates: October 31, 2015 — April 29, 2018. Series status: Cancelled. Performers include: Bruce Campbell, Lucy Lawless, Ray Santiago, Dana DeLorenzo, and Jill Marie Jones. TV show description:Over thirty years ago, Ashley "Ash" Williams (Bruce Campbell) and four of his college friends, vacationed in a remote woodland cabin. Through their own ignorance, they awoke the Kandarian demons -- creatures able to possess humans and turn them into evil dead monsters, commonly known as Deadites. The sole survivor of the Deadites, Ash lost all of his friends and a hand, but vanquished his foes. Today, this horror-comedy finds Ash as a middle-aged stock boy at ValuStop, and he is worse for the wear. Reckless, arrogant, and under the influence of
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Ash Vs Evil Dead: Season Three Ratings

Last year, Starz moved the Ash Vs Evil Dead TV show from Saturdays to Sundays. Although the new night didn't prevent the ratings from dropping, premium cable doesn't rely on advertising, and the show escaped cancellation. Now it's back for a third season -- and still on Sundays. Can Ash Williams' luck hold? Will Ash Vs Evil Dead be cancelled or renewed for season four? Stay tuned. A sequel to the Evil Dead movie trilogy, Ash Vs Evil Dead stars Bruce Campbell, Lucy Lawless, Ray Santiago, Dana DeLorenzo, and B Arielle Carver-o’Neill. The Starz horror drama centers on Ash (Campbell) who is now Elk Grove, Michigan's hometown hero. In season three, Ash finds his long-lost daughter, Brandy Barr (Carver-o’Neill), and naturally tangles with the Evil Dead. **Status update, below. Read More…
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Ash Vs Evil Dead: Is the Starz TV Series Cancelled or Renewed for Season Four?

Vulture Watch Has Ash Williams vanquished the Evil Dead? Is the Ash Vs Evil Dead TV show cancelled or renewed for a fourth season on Starz? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Ash Vs Evil Dead, season four. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you? What's This TV Show About? A Starz horror drama, Ash Vs Evil Dead stars Bruce Campbell, Lucy Lawless, Ray Santiago, Dana DeLorenzo, and B Arielle Carver-o’Neill. The gory series centers on Ash (Campbell) who is now Elk Grove, Michigan’s hometown hero. In season three, Ash finds his long-lost daughter, Brandy Barr (Carver-o’Neill), and naturally tangles with the Evil Dead. Read More…
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Ash vs Evil Dead: Canceled at Starz!!

The fun is about to end with El Jefe.

That's right, Starz announced today they will not be moving forward with a fourth season of one of the goriest and funniest series on television featuring Bruce Campbell as Ash "Ashy Slashy" Williams, a continuation to the successful Evil Dead movie franchise.

Ash vs Evil Dead Season 3 will conclude with the finale on April 29.

From the moment Ash vs Evil Dead Season 1 began, Cambell and his costars Lucy Lawless, Ray Santiago, and Dana DeLorenzo have been kicking Evil's ass (and each other's) while they've been covered in gallons of goo and no doubt had the times of their lives.

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Campbell and his pal and director, Sam Raimi, had the idea to bring the franchise to television.

It is one of the few horror franchises that made the move
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Ash vs Evil Dead Cancelled at Starz

Ash vs Evil Dead, we’re sorry to report, is dead: Starz has cancelled the Bruce Campbell-starring horror comedy after three seasons, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The Season 3 finale, which airs April 29, will serve as the series finale.

A continuation of the big-screen Evil Dead trilogy, Ash vs Evil Dead starred Campbell as chainsaw-handed hero Ash Williams, who ditched his duties as a stock boy to rejoin the fight against the undead. The supporting cast included Ray Santiago, Dana DeLorenzo and Lucy Lawless.

Debuting on Halloween night in 2015, Ash vs Evil Dead earned positive buzz during its first season,
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‘Ash Vs Evil Dead’ Canceled After 3 Seasons At Starz

There will be no fourth season for Starz’s Ash Vs Evil Dead. The premium cabler has opted not to move forward with a Season 4 of Sam Raimi’s horror comedy starring Bruce Campbell, Lucy Lawless and Ray Santiago, and the Season 3 finale on April 29 will serve as the series ender. "Ash v Evil Dead has taken audiences on a wild ride for three seasons thanks to the fantastic performances and creative efforts of Sam, Bruce, Rob and the entire cast and crew. We are proud to…
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‘Ash vs. Evil Dead’ Canceled After 3 Seasons on Starz

Starz has canceled the horror-comedy series “Ash vs. Evil Dead” after three seasons, the network announced on Friday.

The upcoming season 3 finale, set to air Sunday, April 29, will now serve as the series finale.

The decision comes as Starz prepares to launch two new series next month, the Mexican-American family drama “Vida” and “Sweetbitter,” an adaptation of the 2016 Stephanie Danler novel about the New York City restaurant industry.

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“Ash vs. Evil Dead” starred Bruce Campbell — reprising his role as Ash Williams from the “Evil Dead” film franchise — alongside Lucy Lawless, Ray Santiago and Dana DeLorenzo. “Evil Dead” filmmakers Sam Raimi, Rob Tapert served as executive producers on the series alongside Campbell, Ivan Raimi and Rick Jacobson. Mark Verheiden was showrunner with producer Moira Grant.

Campbell and Raimi first teamed up for the original 1981 film “The Evil Dead.” Shot on a shoestring budget of approximately $350,000 in the woods of Tennessee, the film went on to gross over $2.4 million worldwide and achieved cult status.

The duo later reteamed for a series of sequels and a 2013 reboot before the TV series follow-up “Ash vs. Evil Dead” debuted on Starz in 2015 to critical acclaim.

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‘Ash vs. Evil Dead’ Canceled at Starz After Three Seasons

“Ash vs. Evil Dead” has been canceled at Starz, Variety has confirmed.

The series will air its third season finale on April 29, which will now serve as the series finale. The series saw Bruce Campbell reprise the role of Ash Williams, the chainsaw-wielding anti-hero tasked with saving the world from evil in the “Evil Dead” film franchise. The series also starred Dana DeLorenzo, Ray Santiago, and Lucy Lawless.

The third season saw Ash, having gone from murderous urban legend to humanity-saving hometown hero, discovering that he has a long-lost daughter who has been entrusted in his care. Meanwhile, Kelly (DeLorenzo
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‘Ash vs Evil Dead 3×08: Rifting Apart’ Review

When it comes to Ash vs Evil Dead, there is one character other than Ash (Bruce Campbell) that has been through the same hell that he has. The Oldsmobile is one of the true heroes of the Ash vs Evil Dead world and proves it this week…

To save Brandy (Arielle Carver-o’Neill) and Kelly (Dana DeLorenzo) goes to extreme measures to pass into the world of the dead. This leaves Pablo (Ray Santiago) to open the rift when he is needed, though not surprisingly, things never go exactly to plan.

People may feel nostalgic for Sam Raimi’s other genre effort Drag Me To Hell, this week as the dead fight to survive beyond the rift, dragged screaming while demonic hands drag them underground – much like the imagery of the 2009 film.

When it comes to being a hero, Ash isn’t always the one to make a stand, but
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‘Ash vs. Evil Dead 3×07: Twist and Shout’ Review

With this season of Ash vs Evil Dead, I have constantly worried that there would be a plot point which would constantly be returned to, and that is the trust that Ash’s (Bruce Campbell) daughter has in him. This week we see my worries confirmed, that we’d go straight back to this theme. The question is does it ruin the story, or does it handle it better than expected.

Brandy (Arielle Carver-o’Neill) decides that she wants to go to the school dance and knowing that Ruby (Lucy Lawless) will be there, Ash decides to go too. With Kelly (Dana DeLorenzo) to protect Brandy, Ash finds himself fighting the evil version of himself to protect Brandy. Pablo (Ray Santiago) makes a discovery about the Rift that reveals to him that Kelly is not all she seems.

With the real Kelly stuck beyond the Rift we know that Brandy is in danger,
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New guests announced for Megacon Orlando 2018

Megacon, the Southeast’s largest fan convention with shows in both Orlando and Tampa Bay, has announced new celebrity appearances and programming for this year’s show, which takes place Thursday May 24th through Sunday May 27th at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.

Whilst the line-up was already star-studded, the organisers have recently added even more celebrities, including

John Cena, Alexis Bliss, Braun Strowman, Shinsuke Nakamura (WWE Superstars) Elijah Wood (The Lord of the Rings) Billy Dee Williams and Joonas Suotamo (Star Wars) Karl Urban (Judge Dredd, Star Trek) Lucy Lawless and Renee O’Connor (Xena: Warrior Princess) Jodi Benson and Christopher Daniel Barnes (The Little Mermaid) Rob Liefeld (Deadpool and X-Force) Mitch Pileggi, William Davis and Annabeth Gish (The X-Files)

and, in a particularly exciting announcement for 80s horreor fans like myself:

Brinke Stevens (Slumber Party Massacre, Teenage Exorcist, Haunting Fear)

In addition to over 400,000 square
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‘Ash vs. Evil Dead 3×06: Tales From the Rift’ Review

If there is one thing that I’ve wondered about the third season of Ash vs Evil Dead, it has to be the question of just what is going on? We see plenty of action, plenty of details on Ruby’s (Lucy Lawless) plans, but no firm path for the season. The question is, will we get it this week..?

Kelly (Dana DeLorenzo) finally loses it and goes after Ruby, putting herself in a dangerous situation. Ash (Bruce Campbell) meanwhile finds himself stuck with another group of the Knights of Sumeria who enlist him and Pablo (Ray Santiago) on a quest to open a rift to the world of the dead.

If previous episodes in the third season of Ash vs Evil Dead have been about building up a story, this week the focus is on action. This is where we see the show doing what it does best, especially
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Today in Soap Opera History (March 29)

1962: Search for Tomorrow's Marge was upset when adoption

plans fell through. 1982: Sft made its NBC debut.

1982: The first daytime episode of Capitol aired on CBS.

2004: All My Children's Kendall told Bianca her baby was dead."All true histories contain instruction; though, in some, the treasure may be hard to find, and when found, so trivial in quantity that the dry, shrivelled kernel scarcely compensates for the trouble of cracking the nut."

Anne Brontë in "Agnes Grey"

"Today in Soap Opera History" is a collection of the most memorable, interesting and influential events in the history of scripted, serialized programs. From birthdays and anniversaries to scandals and controversies, every day this column celebrates the soap opera in American culture.

On this date in...

1962: On Search for Tomorrow, Marge Bergman (Melba Rae) reeled from Monica's (Barbara Baxley) decision to not give Jimmy up for adoption. She
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Lucy Lawless, Jai Courtney, and More "Spartacus' Alums Are Still Winning Outside the Ludus

It is hard to believe that it has been eight years since Spartacus and his band of gladiators came to life on our television screens. Despite the tragic loss of its star Andy Whitfield in Season 1, the Starz drama continued captivating audiences for three seasons and a prequel mini-series thanks in large part to its supporting cast members. Lucy Lawless stood out on the series as Lucretia, the ride-or-die wife of lanista Quintus Lentulus Batiatus. At the time, she knew the role would be compared to her famed portrayal of Xena: Warrior Princess, but she didn't see it that way. "I think it’s just that she becomes more Machiavellian as things go against her and her husband. She thinks she’s right all the time. She’s forced to do these terrible things. She knows they’re not okay, but she doesn’t have any choice," she said in 2009. "You taunt an injured snake.
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‘Ash vs. Evil Dead 3×05: Baby Proof’ Review

In horror there is certain territory that is hard to encroach on, and children is one of them. This week Ash vs Evil Dead brings a toddler into the horror in a way that is shockingly good and brings back memories of Army of Darkness.

While Ash (Bruce Campbell) is dealing with the baby from hell, Kelly (Dana DeLorenzo) and Brandy (Arielle Carver-o’Neill) deal with the possessed Pablo (Ray Santiago). While all seems lost, it is only when Pablo accepts his destiny that the tide starts to turn against Ruby (Lucy Lawless) and her demonic plans.

The fight with Ash vs the toddler from hell at first feels risky, but one that first reluctance to see a child in that type of scene subsides, it becomes more fun. It is obvious of course that there are many tricks used to making it appear that the child is in the scene,
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‘Ash vs Evil Dead 3×04: Unfinished Business’ Review

If Ash vs Evil Dead is to last then it needs to bring more to the screen than just fight scene of the week, and inventive ways to provide the gore that keeps fans happy. Unfinished Business is an episode that shows that not only can we have an episode heavy in exposition, but we can also have as much gore as we can possibly handle.

With Ash (Bruce Campbell) busy having a flashback with his ghostly father Brock (Lee Majors) it is up to Kelly (Dana DeLorenzo) to make Brandy (Arielle Carver-o’Neill) see the good in her father. Ruby (Lucy Lawless) meanwhile makes new contacts in her quest to take down Ash.

What makes me happy about the third season of Ash vs Evil Dead is the fact that they realised Lee Majors as Ash’s father was such a good thing for the show. He’s lasted two episodes so far,
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“Ash vs Evil Dead” Sneak Peek: Ash Battles the Baby With a Chainsaw Hand…

“Ash vs Evil Dead” Sneak Peek: Ash Battles the Baby With a Chainsaw Hand…
“It got into my hand and it went bad, so I lopped it off at the wrist.“ This past weekend it was revealed that Ruby’s (Lucy Lawless) baby is growing up to be some sort of Ash (Bruce Campbell) clone. A sneak peek at this coming Sunday’s “Ash vs. Evil Dead” episode reveals that the baby is now only growing up exponentially, but also rocks a […]
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‘Ash vs Evil Dead 3×03: Apparently Dead’ Review

If there is one thing we should know about horror films by now, it is never to have a funeral. This week’ Ash vs Evil Dead sees Ash (Bruce Campbell) try to make a good impression, with the usual disastrous results.

Brandy (Arielle Carver-o’Neill) tries to say goodbye to her mother this week at her funeral, but Ash’s attempt to be a good father end up in disaster. This gives Ruby (Lucy Lawless) the ammunition she needs to drive a wedge between the two. With Kelly (Dana DeLorenzo), Pablo (Ray Santiago), and Dalton (Lindsay Farris) on away on an important mission, another surprising family member makes a return to the Ash household.

When Ash turns up at the funeral, I had flashbacks to Braindead (or as America know it Dead Alive). My instincts where right on this one, and we are presented with another fight scene that will be hard to forget.
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‘Ash vs Evil Dead 3×02: Booth Three’ Review

If there is one thing we expect from Ash vs Evil Dead it is a lot of a certain type of bodily fluid (blood). When the theme for season three is family and Ash (Bruce Campbell) having kids, there was only a matter of time that another type of fluid came into play.

After the events of last week Ash and his daughter Brandy (Arielle Carver-o’Neill) have to deal with the situation they find themselves in. While Ash goes in search of other possible kids he may have helped bring to the world, Brandy goes to see her councillor, revealing Ruby (Lucy Lawless) may be closer than Ash realises.

What is surprising about season three of Ash vs Evil Dead is that there is a slight switch in focus. While the gore is still all over the screen where it belongs, we now have a deeper story building. This
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