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Stan Against Evil
An aging police sheriff who has recently lost his position due to an angry outburst begrudgingly joins an alliance with new sheriff, Evie Barret to battle angry demons haunting their small New Hampshire town.
TV show Stan Against Evil season 2 is a continuation of the horror comedy from the IFC channel. The main character is still the sheriff in retirement Stan Miller. He joined forces with the current sheriff Evie Barret to fight against the evil demons that were freed after the death of his wife. Their hometown of New Hampshire is built on the site of mass burning witches, and that’s why it is full of demons. Evil forces once again encroach on the peace and prosperity of the city, so the team of Stan will fight against them, they will break out of the current circumstances, moreover they will be able to win over some magical powers in the new episodes of season 2 Stan Against Evil.Read more »
Stan Against Evil season 3 is a new round of opposition of the grumpy ex-sheriff Stanley Miller and his young successor Evie Barret against a host of demons who chose New Hampshire city as their place of activity. Comedy horror will return with the new season to television screens on Halloween Evening. This is the best date for the comeback of such madness.Read more »