‘Evil’ Spoilers For Season 1, October 24, 2019 Episode 5 Revealed
Hey, “Evil” fans. In this brand new article, we’re going to tell you a few things you can expect to see go down in the next,new episode 5 of this current premiere season. We hope you guys enjoyed episode 4 tonight.
Thanks to the lovely folks over at CBS, we’ve got a couple of teaser descriptions for episode 5 via their official press release. So, we will definitely be referencing those in this spoiler session.
To start things off, we’ve got the official title for episode 5. It’s labeled, “October 31.” That’s definitely fitting for a show like this. It sounds like episode 5 will feature some very intense, dramatic and interesting scenes as Kristen and David hit up an intense exorcism situation! Ben tries to debunk supernatural finds and more.
We’ll go ahead and start off this spoiler session with the Kristen and David exorcism situation. Like the title of this episode indicates, it will be Halloween night. Kristen and David are going to get sent to check out a certain exorcism that’s taking place.
However,once they get to the exorcism, David and Kristen will start to question whether or not this is really demonic possession or just someone with a severe mental disorder.
CBS’ official description tells us,”On Halloween night, Kristen and David are sent to assess an exorcism, but once the pair analyzes the situation, they are at odds while trying to determine whether it is a supernatural demonic possession, or a severe mental disease escalated by physical and mental distress.”
What will Kristen and David ultimately come up with regarding this situation? Is it demonic or just a really crazy person? Those are some very important questions for this particular plotline.
We’ll definitely have to wait and see. One thing we’re sure of is this scene will, more than likely, serve up some very intense drama and thrills. So, be sure to get prepped for all of that in next week’s episode 5.
The second spoiler scoop reveals that Ben will be very busy in this episode. At some point, he will appear on one of his favorite shows called, “Demon Hunters.” His purpose for going there will be to debunk the hell out of all these supernatural claims that have been popping up. Ben will also have some help doing this with the help of an unbeliever named Vanessa.
CBS’ description tells us, “Ben goes on his favorite show, “Demon Hunters,” where he debunks their supernatural finds with fellow unbeliever Vanessa (Nicole Shalhoub).”
Will Ben and Vanessa’s disbelief rub off on all the listeners they’re talking to? That’s a big question for this particular storyline. It sounds like this plotline will offer up some pretty entertaining scenes to look out for.
Episode 5 will feature quite a lot of guest stars. They are: Timothy D. Stickney as character (William Hopkins), Karen Pittman as character (Caroline Hopkins), Matilda Lawler as character (Brenda), Raelle Sacar Stevens as character (Hayley), Brianne James as character (Kelsey), Nicole Shalhoub as character (Vanessa Dudley).
Guest stars continued: Scott Ian as character (Butcher), Chris Ghaffari as character (Tony Pacuci), Jake Ryan Lozano as character (Dougie Martin), Victoria Meade as character (Caliente Day), Anissa Felix as character (Violet Dahl), Gregg Edelman as character (Rodney Match), Lance Roberts as character (Dawson), David Adkins as character (Pierre Halley) and Lizan Mitchell as character (Crying Aunt).
Episode 5 will feature a couple of recurring stars. They are: Marti Matulis as character (George) and Clark Johnson as character (Father Amara).
The season regulars that will be featured in episode 5 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), 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 5 was written by Dewayne Darian Jones, and it was directed by Tess Malone. CBS’ press release confirmed that episode 5 is indeed scheduled to air next Thursday night, October 24, 2019 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.