Stan Against Evil Season 1
Stan Against Evil season 1 started airing on Monday, October 31, 2016. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to episode.guide where we’ll have season recap and discussion.
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most recent episode S1E8 Level Boss
The season consists of 8 episodes.
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Stan Against Evil follows Stan Miller, a perpetually disgruntled former sheriff of a small New England town who was forced into retirement. Stan has trouble relinquishing his authority to Evie Barret, the tough and beautiful new sheriff in town, but they form an unlikely alliance when both begin to realize things are not quite right in their quaint New England town. Together, they valiantly fight a plague of unleashed demons that have been haunting the town, which just happens to be built on the site of a massive 17th century witch burning.
All the sheriffs except Stan, of course, who, as he tells the captive Evie in the flash-forward that starts the episode, held the job in crusty security for nearly three decades before she took his spot. “I was the sheriff for 28 years, never got tied to a stake,” he taunts her, taking his time on the rescue, <...> - per AV Club [Dennis Perkins]
Stan Against Evil holds comedic promise, though it first needs to develop Stan more as a character so that he doesn't just feel like a varied mix of elderly opinions and proclivities. This first episode did, however, set up a cool, instant mythology that's fun and inviting. You see, the town Miller presided over, <...> - by IGN Movies [Matt Fowler]
IFC’s “Stan Against Evil,” from Hopedale writer and producer Dana Gould (“Parks and Recreation,” “The Simpsons”), straddles gory horror and gross-out humor in the story of a newly fired sheriff and his replacement fighting the forces of demonic evil in the tiny New England town <...> - according to Boston Herald [Mark A. Perigard]
Stan's characterization, and his being an "equal opportunity offender," is another element the show seems to have borrowed from Ash vs. Evil Dead. Like Campbell's Ash, Stan says whatever is on his mind whenever it occurs to him. Both actors are talented enough to pull it off, but whereas Campbell makes it appear that <...> - via ScreenRant [Kevin Yeoman]
Not an episode goes by that doesn’t make one wonder what Carnival Row could have been had it not bitten off far more than it can chew. There’s much to like here—mostly the kaleidoscopic genre-mixing—but not enough to overcome the show’s confused handling of the socio-political allegory at its core. Would that <...> - via RepulsiveReviews [EvildeadInks]