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Teasers For Ash vs. Evil Dead Season Two Revealed

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TV network Starz has revealed a new teaser trailer for the upcoming second season of Ash vs. Evil Dead. 

As reported by Action Figure Insider, the highly anticipated second series will see protagonist Ash Williams’ departure from Jacksonville, to return to his roots in Elk Grove. A teaser image was also shared, which you can see below.

Ash vs. Evil Dead Photo

The comedy-horror protagonist will face Ruby, and as Elk Grove weakens to the insatiable powers of evil, the fractious pair are forced together to take on the dark forces. You can see the trailer here.

Bruce Campbell (who played Ash in Sam Raimi’s original Evil Dead series) will reprise his role as the famed Ash Williams. Lucy Lawless (Spartacus) will also appear as Ruby, whilst Ray Santiago returns as Ash’s troubled right hand, Pablo Simon Bolivar. Dana Delorenzo is also set to turn as Kelly Maxwell, suffering after the loss of both her parents.

Additionally, the second series will see appearances from Lee Majors, Michelle Hurd and Ted Raimi. The trio will be playing Brock Williams (Ash’s father), Chet Kaminski (Ash’s childhood friend) and Linda (Ash’s high school love interest). Respectively, of course.

Ash vs. Evil Dead first aired in October 2015, executive-produced by Robert Tapert, Sam Raimi, Bruce Campbell, Craig DiGregorio. Like the first season, series two will be 10 episodes long, with each episode lasting roughly 30 minutes.

An air date has yet to be confirmed for Season Two, but the series will likely release in October, according to the show’s official Facebook Page. For more information, you can follow the show on Facebook, or via Twitter.

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Charlie is a platforming romantic from England, that still speaks in a fashion that died with the Elizabethan era. Having been gaming since the days of Crash Bandicoot, he champions the Playstation, and is only a little bit embarassed that Super Mario Land keeps spelling his defeat.

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