The trailer for the second season of “Evil” has been released and it’s everything we’ve been waiting for. Season 2 will be premiering on Paramount+ in 2020, so get ready to binge-watch all 10 episodes. It’s time to find out what happens next with our favorite characters – Detective Linda Barnes (Michelle Hurd), Dr. Alex Friedman (Steve Harris), and their team of investigators who are trying to stop a serial killer from terrorizing New York City. And if you’re not already watching this show, now is your chance! Join us as we take a look at the new trailer below and see why everyone loves “Evil.”
The first trailer for ‘The 100’ Season 2, dubbed ‘Evil,’ has been released. Paramount +.
A new season 2 trailer for CBS’ hit supernatural drama was released less than a week after the series moved from CBS to Paramount+. The first full trailer, which features Katja Herbers, Mike Colter, Aasif Mandvi, Michael Emerson, and other cast members, has been set for June 6th exclusively on Paramount+.
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Evil Season 2 Trailer
The series was created by Michelle and Robert King, the team behind Under the Dome. It follows forensic psychologist Kristen Bouchard (Herbers) as she joins forces with priest-in-training David Acosta (Colter) and doubting carpenter Ben Shakir (Mandvi) to study supernatural occurrences that collide with religion and science. The series follows a priest and his flock in late-nineteenth-century rural France. From demonic possession to miracles, everything from demons to angels is addressed in the series, which has already gained a devoted following for defying expectations of a CBS crime procedural and getting genuinely strange and frightening.
In October, the cast unveiled a handmade season 2 trailer at Comic-Con, as the series was in limbo at CBS until it was announced that it would move to Paramount+ in November. The second season, which is currently in production in New York, will pick up with the dangling thread of Kristen’s possible corruption and introduce even more supernatural beings.
‘This season has an avenging angel character that is supposedly good, but who talks in terms of evil – i.e., millions of people killed and so on,’ Robert King remarked during the show’s New York Comic-Con panel in October. There’s a character named Abby, who is George in another form. ‘This year, I’d say we have at least five or six new terrifying things,’ he continued.
It looks like, a series that surprised many TV viewers with its frightening demonic appearances and metaphysical inquiry would be a good match for Paramount. However, it appeared to be quite misplaced on CBS, which is generally catered to an older demographic. With Paramount+ wanting to develop its collection as a new-again streaming service, it’s a good fit. It’s unique, one-of-a-kind, and has already acquired a following.
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Since its debut in December 2015, the second season of RIVERDALE has been available exclusively on Netflix. On June 20, 2021, it will premiere exclusively on Paramount+. The original drama, which aired from 2004 to 2011 and was based on the novel by John Grisham.