Ash vs. Evil Dead: Season Two: First Look

Ash vs. Evil Dead, Bruce Campbell Offers Details on S2 DecayMag.com Starz Ash Vs Evil Dead

Directors: Rick Jacobson, Michael J. Bassett, David Frazee, Michael Hurst, Tony Tilse, Sam Raimi

Release Date: September 23, 2016

Overview

Ash vs. Evil Dead is gearing up for the premiere of season two. The first season of the television series spin-off of the classic film has already made quite an impression with viewers. Star Bruce Campbell gives a first look at what’s to come in season two.

“….We find Ash right where he wants to be: having keggers, and hanging with chicks, and living the good life in Jacksonville….”

“….He’s through with all this business. No strings on him….”

“….And what could possibly go wrong, right?”

Bruce Campbell, EW

Ash vs. Evil Dead is the television show based off the film The Evil Dead, directed by Sam Raimi. When I first heard about The Evil Dead being turned into a television show, I was disappointed. Then when I heard it would star Bruce Campbell, I cheered up a bit.

The television adaptation has an incredible response from viewers. It has not dumbed down the film at all, which was my initial fear. It still has the zombies, gore, violence…and comedy. If you are a fan of The Evil Dead, you will definitely like the television series.

Actress Ellen Sandweiss will be making a cameo in season two. Aficionados of the Evil Dead franchise will remember Sandweiss’ portrayal of Cheryl Williams in Sam Raimi’s 1981 Evil Dead. Sandweiss is set to portray Ash’s sister in Starz much-anticipated Comedy-Horror series. 

A family reunion seems to be a central theme. Lee Majors  join the series this year as Brock Williams, the  father. Actor Ted Raimi stars as Chet Kaminski, the childhood best friend. Actress Michelle Hurd  will portray Linda, the high school love.

Season Two premieres September 23, 2016.

 

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