The Good Fight’s Creators Give Broadcast TV Another Jolt With Evil

‘We shouldn’t have gotten away with that,’ say Robert and Michelle King

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It’s been three years since Robert and Michelle King last shook up broadcast TV: In 2016, their long-running legal drama The Good Wife ended on CBS, and they created the short-lived BrainDead for the network. Now the married TV duo has returned to broadcast, with yet another series that upends the platform’s status quo, Evil, which debuts tonight.

In the drama, which Adweek named one of fall’s most promising shows, a psychologist (Katja Herbers) teams up with a priest-in-training (Mike Colter) to help the Catholic Church assess unexplained mysteries—including alleged miracles, hauntings and demonic possessions—to determine what really happened.




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