Evil Season 2 Episode 3: What to Expect?
The second episode of ‘Evil’ season 2 follows a man possessed by an angel that wants him to live biblically. His pregnant wife experiences utter distress after he declares his need to give away his house in the name of charity. As Kristen tries to stay out of controversy, her friend Ben notices something unusual about her. For a detailed refresher on the latest episode, you can read the recap. In case you’re updated and are looking for the release date and other details of ‘Evil’ season 2 episode 3, we have got your back!
Evil Season 2 Episode 3 Release Date
‘Evil’ season 2 episode 3 is scheduled to release on July 4, 2021, at 3 am ET on Paramount . New episodes land on the network every week, with each one having a runtime of around 60 minutes.
Where to Watch Evil Season 2 Episode 3 Online?
You can watch ‘Evil’ season 2 episode 3 if you remember to tune in to Paramount at the date and time of its premiere, accessible to users with an active subscription. Fans can also watch it live on platforms like DirecTV and Fubo TV. Amazon Prime users can additionally add Paramount to their existing subscription for $9.99 per month post-trial. If you’re a Netflix user, you can watch the first season on the platform here.
Evil Season 2 Episode 3 Spoilers
In the upcoming episode, Kristen will need to tread with caution now that her colleagues Ben and David are onto her. Although she has wiped away all the evidence that could lead to her, the new detective in charge might cause a stir in the investigation. Apart from that, the group will be assigned a fresh new case involving diabolical spirits!
Evil Season 2 Episode 2 Recap
The second episode of ‘Evil’ season 2 revolves around blue-collar worker Raymond Strand suspected to be linked to an angel, a rarity in this bleak world bustling with evil spirits. Unlike the positivity usually associated with angels, Raymond’s case is more of a spiritual reckoning meant to redirect him on the right path. His pregnant wife Ashley reveals that her husband spends hours obsessively painting the Archangel Michael, the spirit who is presumably in touch with him.
Raymond has been told to give up all earthly possessions to the poor and dedicate his life to charity. Now, he is about to donate his house to the underprivileged without considering the future of his unborn child. Things worsen further when Raymond stops his car on the road and swoops in to save a family stuck in a burning car. But he waits one whole minute before rescuing the man whose life was slowly ebbing away in those violent flames. When asked, he reveals that the man had supposedly abused his wife, which is why God wanted him to suffer limitless pain.
Later, it is presumed that Raymond’s delusions might have been caused due to an overdose of scopolamine patch used to deal with vertigo. Elsewhere, a new detective has acquired the Orson LeRoux murder investigation as Mira pulls out. Kristen is notified about LeRoux’s wife, who has been cleared of all blame, much to Kristen’s relief. However, at some point, she almost blows her cover in front of Ben and David when they discuss the moral implications of murder. Ben thinks something is up with her.
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