For a fourth season, the popular psychological drama series Evil will return to terrify audiences.

This news was made just a few weeks after Paramount+ started releasing new episodes of Season 3 on a weekly basis. 

A group of psychologists, priests, and scientists who look into paranormal events is the plot of Evil. 

As the characters’ beliefs are tested by the events they encounter, the series investigates the link between science and religion.  

With a certified fresh rating of 92 percent for the first season and 95 percent for the second, the series launched to critical praise. Season 3 begins right after David, played by Mike Colter, kisses Kristen, played by Katja Herber.

Before shifting to Paramount+ for its second season in 2021, the sitcom had its 2019 CBS debut before that.  

The first two seasons of Evil are currently available to watch on Paramount+, and the third season’s new episodes are currently airing every Sunday.  

Robert and Michelle King, a husband and wife partnership from CBS Studios, are in charge of the evil film. 

This dynamic pair has previously enjoyed great success with other popular shows, such as The Good Wife and its spinoff The Good Fight.

Additionally, the Kings served as executive producers on Showtime’s Your Honor, starring Bryan Cranston, and produced the limited series The Bite, which focused on the COVID-19 epidemic.