Supernatural drama Evil, where science and faith have to work together to fight demons and solve unexplained phenomena, is on the way back to CBS. The Supernatural series is being ready with its second season. This supernatural series is created by Robert King and Michelle King in which he featured Katja Herbers, Mike Colter, Aasif Mandvi and Kurt Fuller.
The whole narrative of the story is based on a forensics psychologist who investigated supernatural incidents along with a catholic seminarian and a technical contractor. Bouchard is a forensic psychologist, hired by Acosta to help root out the differences between legitimate instances of demonic possession and insanity. Bouchard is not religious, though she finds her skepticism and her certainty tested as she encounters things she can’t rationalize simply by relying on her usual methods. Acosta is a former journalist that’s studying to be a priest. He works as an assessor, tasked with confirming whether or not incidents have any faith-based explanations.
In his interview, Mandvi admitted that he was not privy to the latest plot developments, but he was able to give us some hints about what we might expect from the next season. He said: “The little I do know, I’ll just say that fans will be pleasantly surprised where the story goes. It doesn’t go where you think it will.”
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The core distributor of this series had decided for its upcoming season to be aired on The streaming network Netflix. The first season of this thriller drama premiered on 26 September 2019 on CBS and ran for 13 episodes. The new season is expected by the mid of 2021.