Evil Season 2 Episode 11: Release Date and Watch Online

Evil Season 2 Episode 11 is going to release on September 26, 2021. Fans are excited about upcoming episodes of this show.

Evil is an American drama television series involving supernatural mysteries, created and directed by Robert King and Michelle King. The show consists of two seasons and has been renewed for a third season in July 2021. The main cast of the series includes  Katja Herbers, Mike Colter, Michael Emerson, Aasif Mandvi, Kurt Fuller, Marti Matulis, Brooklyn Shuck, Skylar Gray, Maddy Crocco, Dalya Knapp, and Christine Lahti.

What is expected to happen in the upcoming episode?

In the latest episode “O Is for Ovaphobia”, the investigating team finds out a dark secret about the RSM fertility clinic where Leland’s egg was frozen for more than 5 years and now one of her frozen eggs is nowhere to be found. Our only guess is maybe her genes are somewhat related to everything strange happening in the town. We also get to see Lexus with a tail.

On the other hand, Vanessa has an interesting backstory where Vanessa sucked up her twin sister’s fetus when she was inside her mother’s womb and now she feels like her sister is not dead but growing inside her like a parasite. She takes spiritual help as she thinks the ghost of her sister is trying to haunt her. In upcoming episodes, we may get to see more about Kristen’s hallucination and Lexus dealing with his tail.

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Evil Season 2 Episode 11

Evil Season 2 Episode 11 Release Date

Evil Season 2 Episode 11 is going to release on September 26, 2021. We all are excitedly waiting to see what happens with Leland’s frozen egg or what was Sheryl doing with Leland in the preview. Well, there are just 4 more days to go and then we can dive right into the supernatural adventure of Evil.

Evil Season 2 Episode 11

Where to watch?

You can stream it on Paramount Plus or buy it on Amazon Video, Google Play, and Apple iTunes.

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