Evil Season 4 Release Date: Evil, which was made by Robert and Michelle King, has been a big hit for the streaming service Paramount Plus, with both fans and critics falling under the spell of Katja Herbers as Dr. Kristen Bouchard.
Evil is a supernatural drama series about a forensic psychologist named Bouchard. With her friends David Acosta (Mike Colter) and Ben Shakir (Aasif Mandv), Bouchard looks into claimed proof of the supernatural. It’s kind of like the X-Files for a new age, and it’s one of the best TV shows to come out in the last few years.
Still, you didn’t come here to read our short summary. You’re here because you want to find out more about the future of one of the best Paramount Plus shows. So, here it is. Here’s what we know about Evil Season 4’s release date, cast, story, and other details.
Evil Season 4 Release Date Speculation
Evil season 4 was confirmed in July 2022, and it is expected to come out in the middle of 2024.
Evil used to come out every year, but the 2023 Writers Strike and the 2023 Actors Strike have caused problems for the show.
It’s important to note that shooting for the new season had already begun before the strikes, but had to end early because of them. So there is some footage, but not enough to make a whole season. Once all the writers and actors get a good deal, production should be able to start up again.
Until the premiere of Evil Season 4, there are lots of other shows to keep you occupied from the same genre. All The Queen’s Men Season 4, The Test Case Season 2, and many more come under this category.
Evil Season 4 Cast Rumors
Evil Season 4 should bring back Katja Herbers, Mike Colter, and Aasif Mandvi.
Don’t worry, though, because the bad guys are also coming back. George and Dr. Leland Townsend will be played by Marti Matulis and Michael Emerson, respectively.
Here is the cast list for season 4 of Evil:
|Katja Herbers||Dr. Kristen Bouchard|
|Mike Colter||David Acosta|
|Aasif Mandvi||Ben Shakir|
|Michael Emerson||Dr. Leland Townsend|
What will Season 4 of Evil be About?
Robert and Michelle King, the creators of Evil, say that season 4 will start up where season 3 ended, with Kristen finding out that her enemy Leland had stolen one of her eggs and put it into a surrogate in order to make the Antichrist.
“Going the more normal route with things that are usually very dramatic in horror or supernatural shows is one of the things that excites us,” Robert King told EW.
“In The Antichrist and The Omen, there are thunderclouds, earthquakes, and the four horsemen of the end. But it’s a baby, and kids are already enough of a nightmare. You don’t need all that lightning and thunder. Babies throw up by themselves! They don’t have to be possessed by the devil to throw up pea soup!”
Kristen’s personal life is already messed up, but now she has to deal with her brainwashed husband Andy (Patrick Brammall), and try to raise her young girls. In short, she’s going to have a lot on her plate. Don’t worry, though. It’s not all family drama, and Kristen David, and Ben will still be looking into the future.
Evil Season 4 Trailer Rumors
Evil season 4 doesn’t have a trailer yet, but based on how Evil Trailers have been released in the past, we can guess that it will come out two months before the show comes out.
Based on what we know now, that means we’ll have to wait until 2024. Check out the Evil Season 3 trailer below if you need something to watch.
Where can I Watch season 4 of Evil?
When season 4 of Evil comes out, you can watch it on Paramount Plus.
So, the bad news is that you will have to pay for a ticket to the service. But the good news is that Paramount Plus has a lot of shows you can watch right now, including the first three seasons of Evil.
Evil, a supernatural drama series by Robert and Michelle King, is set to release season 4 in mid-2024. The show follows Dr. Kristen Bouchard, a forensic psychologist, as she investigates supernatural claims with her friends David Acosta and Ben Shakir.
The cast includes Katja Herbers, Mike Colter, and Aasif Mandvi, as well as George and Dr. Leland Townsend. Season 4 will focus on Kristen’s personal life and her relationship with her brainwashed husband Andy. The show will be available on Paramount Plus, with tickets required.