The couple King, Michelle and Robert, put another legal drama on TV, after the success of The Good Wife and its spin-off The Good Fight, the onslaught is now Evil, a mixture of legal drama with supernatural possession, starring Katja Herbers and Mike Colter, who has participated in the couple’s previous two series.
The great thing about the drama is that he introduces Dr. Kristen (Bouchard) in a very casual way, with his financial problems and doubts about where his work is going, so that he can face up to a prisoner who begins to imply that he is possessed…
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It is then that we have David Acosta (Colter) getting into the situation and leaving question marks on Kristen, who comes to know an incubus, George, who sees her sexual tension with Acosta and likes to lick his cesarean mark.
The twists of the episode, the macabre presence of the demon on Kristen’s nights, the dramas of Acosta and the whole development of this pilot, arrest us and make us want to see more of the next episodes. Acosta still has a lot to present, as does his assistant, Ben.
In addition, at the end of the episode we have Dr. Townsend and he is played by Michael Emerson makes it clear that the character will still cause quite a headache for Kristen and Acosta.
Evil here it showed that the problem was not possession, but it still made a delightful episode. Kristen’s relationship with her 4 daughters is delightful, as is Sheryl, Christine Lahti, her mother being all the way forward and taking so much care of the granddaughters she loves.