Evil (2019– )
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Book 27 

David, Kristen and Ben assess whether a pregnant woman is possessed when she claims one of the twins she's carrying is evil. Their investigation leads to a fertility clinic where they ... See full summary »

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Michael Zinberg

Writers:

Robert King (created by), Michelle King (created by) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Katja Herbers ... Kristen Bouchard
Mike Colter ... David Acosta
Aasif Mandvi ... Ben Shakir
Kurt Fuller ... Dr. Boggs
Marti Matulis ... George / Devil Therapist
Brooklyn Shuck ... Lynn Bouchard
Skylar Gray ... Lila Bouchard
Maddy Crocco ... Lexis Bouchard
Dalya Knapp ... Laura Bouchard
Christine Lahti ... Sheryl Luria
Michael Emerson ... Leland Townsend
Kristen Connolly ... Mira Byrd
Darren Pettie ... Orson LeRoux
Laura Heisler ... Eleanor Chakiris
Patrick Page ... Father Luke
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David, Kristen and Ben assess whether a pregnant woman is possessed when she claims one of the twins she's carrying is evil. Their investigation leads to a fertility clinic where they discover a connection to all of their encounters throughout the season. Also, Kristen questions one of her daughters' capacity for evil upon realizing that she also used that fertility clinic.

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Language:

English

Release Date:

30 January 2020 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

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16:9 HD
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The William Shakespeare verse that David quotes, "When this body contained a spirit, a kingdom was too small to hold it; now two paces of the vilest earth is room enough", is from Act 5, Scene 4 of "Henry IV, Part 1". See more »

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References Boys from Brazil (1993) See more »

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Shooting Blanks All The Way
31 January 2020 | by panzersteinSee all my reviews

Nothing supernatural happens most of the time. This show spends most of the time at court hearings.

Katja Herbers gets wise and has new locks and alarm system installed. Then she is so incredibly stupid that she gives keys to her annoying brats, and hijinks ensue thanks to the kids. All these kids are under 13, so it is legally child abuse that they are alone in the house at any time, but especially at night.

The evil characters are usually three steps ahead of Katja, Colters, and Akbar. This series is a soap opera about conflicted characters failing over and over again. Mike Colters is the only reason I watch. He deserves better.


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