IFC's horror-comedy Stan Against Evil is renewed for a second season

Stan Against Evil IFC John C McGinley

Although it has been pretty overshadowed in the horror community by the other "old dude vs. supernatural forces" series Ash vs. Evil Dead, IFC's Stan Against Evil has been quietly amassing an audience, becoming one of IFC's most popular new original series. The show, which concluded its first season on November 23rd, has just been renewed for a second season!

Says creator Dana Gould:

It was so great to see Stan connect with its fans. Thanks to DVRs, the audience more than doubled each week. That amazed me. I love the characters and I love the world, and I'm very grateful we all get to go back to Willard’s Mill and blow up more stuff.

In Stan Against Evil, John C. McGinley plays:

Stanley Miller, a sour, aging bulldog of a New England police sheriff who has recently lost his position as head honcho due to an angry outburst at a most inappropriate moment — his wife’s funeral. Impatient and judgmental, he’s not exactly accepting or kind towards people from different walks of life. When the new, strong-willed sheriff Evie Barret opens his eyes to the plague of angry demons haunting their small New Hampshire town, Stan begrudgingly joins an alliance with her to fight them off.

Janet Varney (The Legend of Korra) plays rival sheriff Evie Barret. She and McGinley are joined in the cast by Deborah Baker Jr. (2 Broke Girls).

Extra Tidbit: Did you watch Stan Against Evil season one?



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