Following tonight’s premiere episode, do you want to know what’s coming on Evil episode 2? CBS has a lot tied into this show — which has to be one of the most ambitious that they’ve put on the air in some time. This is one dealing with potentially supernatural occasions, faith, science, and so much more. It’s got a tremendous cast, let alone a great production team. It may prove to be a hit, but it’s not something that may be abundantly clear right now. We’ll get a greater sense of that over the next few months.
Episode 2 is critical. For those who enjoyed the pilot, this is where they could find themselves making some larger choices as to whether or not they’re going to be a viewer for the weeks and months to come.
Below, CarterMatt has the official Evil episode 2 synopsis with some other news as to what’s coming up:
“177 Minutes” – Kristen, David and Ben are called to investigate a supposed miracle when Naomi Clark (Hannah Hodson), a 17-year-old soccer player, comes back to life after she had been declared dead for almost two hours. Also, Kristen meets with her former boss, Lewis Cormier (Danny Burstein), at the Queens District Attorney’s office where she runs into Leland Townsend, on EVIL, Thursday, Oct. 3 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
Based on what’s in there, we definitely think this is an episode with potential. Is there something otherworldly or miraculous going on here? That’s worthy of an investigation. We don’t expect that Evil is going to be the sort of show that delivers any sort of jaw-dropping, earth-shattering surprises that cause us to rethink the way that we look at the world forever. Yet, if it does at least raise some interesting questions week in and week out, plus delivers some fantastic stories, that’s enough to keep us hooked. We’ll just have to see if it can keep a sizable dose of story momentum long-term.
What do you want to see when it comes to Evil episode 2?
Do you think that you are going to keep watching for some time moving forward? Be sure to share in the comments, and remember to stick around for some other news. (Photo: CBS.)