‘Evil’ Season 1, December 19, 2019 Episode 11 Delayed. Not Airing Tonight

‘Evil’ Season 1, December 19, 2019 Episode 11 Delayed. Not Airing Tonight

Hey, “Evil” fans. It is with great displeasure that we have to jump on here and deliver this special report. It’s bad new, guys. It turns out that CBS’ new drama/thriller series “Evil” is on a bit of a winter break right now. That means CBS will not air the next, new episode 11 tonight, December 19, 2019.

The good news is Evil’s break isn’t nearly as long as some of the other shows we’ve had to report on. We’ve got the official airdate for episode 9. It’s due to air on Thursday night, January 9, 2020 in its same 9 pm central standard time slot on CBS of course. So, please be sure to write down that very important date on you TV show calendars.

So, what will CBS air while “Evil” is on a break? Well, according to the TV guide listings,CBS will be airing a barrage of “Evil” repeat episodes every friggin week until the new ones kick in again.

Tonight, CBS will air the episode 6 repeat. It’s titled, “Let x = 9.” CBS’ official description for it reads like this, “The Catholic Church asks Kristen, David and Ben to assess the veracity of a local prophetess, Grace Ling, and they are shaken when they see one of her visions come to life.

Also, David struggles with jealousy when he sees God speaking with the prophetess, and to Kristen’s dismay, her mother, Sheryl, and Leland begin a relationship.”

Next Thursday night, December 26, 2019, CBS will air the episode 7 repeat titled, “Vatican III.”

CBS’ official description for it reads like this,”When Bridget confesses to murder during her exorcism, Monsignor Korecki asks Kristen, David and Ben to investigate if the details match any open cases and if the woman really is possessed by a demon.”

On Thursday night, January 2, 2020, CBS will air the episode 8 repeat, which is labeled, “2 Fathers.”

CBS’ official description for it reads like this, “When David recognizes one of the sigils in the Poveglia Codex from his father Leon’s (Vondie Curtis-Hall) artwork, he and Kristen journey to a remote art commune to investigate its meaning and how it’s related to David’s family.”

If you guys want to see all those repeat episodes of “Evil,” you might still want to watch CBS during the winter break. If not, you will definitely want to find something else to watch or do for the next couple of weeks.

With all that said, we do have some new information for the new episode 11 of “Evil.” CBS served up an official press release for it. We must warn you that it does contain spoiler teasers. So, if you don’t like spoilers, we highly recommend that you leave this article right now.

If you don’t mind spoilers, we’d love for you to stay. Now that our spoiler warning is in place, let’s go over this new episode 11 press release. For starters, it reveals that episode 11 is officially named, “Room 320.”

It sounds like episode 11 will feature some very intense, dangerous and dramatic scenes. In the new episode 11, David will get hurt very badly, and it certainly won’t be a good time for him to get hurt.

You see, a very dangerous, menacing and deadly presence will be on the loose! Despite all of that, David will be determined to give it his all in fighting this evil presence right from his hospital bed!

CBS’ official description for episode 11 reads like this, “After David is badly wounded, he is determined to fight off the menacing presence of death from his hospital bed.”

Episode 11 will feature a ton of guest stars. They are: Nora Murphy as character (Rose 390), Li Jun Li as character (Grace Ling), Kristen Connolly as character (Mira Byrd), Megan Ketch as character (Judy James), Megan Ketch as character (Kelsey), Marcus Callender as character (Harlan Zephyrs), Tara Summers as character (Nurse Linda Bloch).

Guest stars continued: Paton Ashbrook as character (Nurse Karen Piper), Michael Mulheren as character (Father Gary Douglas), Mark Bedard as character (Dr. William Hughes), Antonio Michael Woodard as character (Patient), Marti Matulis as character (Ghoul Orderly #1), Kevin ‘Ohgr’ Ogilgive as character (Ghoul Orderly #2).

Guest stars continued: Anna Tullis as character (Ghoul Doctor), Lisa Birnbaum as character (Ghoul Nurse), Roxanne Schiebergen as character (Lydia), Michael Charles Roman as character (Chris Simmons) and Carly Gold as character (Heather).

Season 11 will feature one recurring star. That one person is: Peter Scolari as character (Bishop Thomas Marx).

The season regulars that will be featured in episode 11 are: Katja Herbers as character (Kristen Bouchard), Mike Colter as character (David Acosta), Aasif Mandvi as character (Ben Shakir), Michael Emerson as character (Leland Townsend).

Season regulars continued: Christine Lahti as character (Sheryl Luria), Kurt Fuller as character (Dr. Boggs), Brooklyn Shuck as character (Lynn Bouchard), Skylar Gray as character (Lila Bouchard), Maddy Crocco as character (Lexis Bouchard) and Dalya Knapp as character (Laura Bouchard).

Episode 11 was written by Aurin Squire,and it was directed by Peter Sollett. Again, CBS’ press release confirmed that episode 11 is scheduled to air on Thursday night, January 9,2020 at approximately 9 pm central standard time.

Alright guys. That’s all we’ve got for this latest “Evil” TV Show report, but definitely stay tuned for more.

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Chris

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2 Responses

  1. Brian says:

    Dang that is a long wait. I wish CBS had had the foresight to realize what a solid show/premise they had at the get-go and budgeted for a full season instead of a baker’s dozen “trial episodes.”

  2. That is when some of us can actually catch up because we are out of work on a Holiday off time so now that I have the time they take it away until I start working again on my daytime job, and I will be tired at 10 pm Eastern Time!

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