Evil Season 2 Episode 10 is releasing this week. The ninth episode of Evil Season 2, as expected, deals with an Air Force pilot sighting an unidentified, or rather unmanned, flying object. Are UFOs for real, and is there someone out there? Do Kristen and David share a platonic relationship, or is there more to it? Read more about it and learn more about Evil Season 2 Episode 10 in this article.
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Where To Watch Evil Season 2 Episode 10 and Its Release Date
Evil Season 2 Episode 10 will be premiered on September 19, 2021, on Paramount+, at 3 AM ET (Eastern Time). Evil Season 2 has thirteen episodes of about 60 minutes each, with new episodes coming out every Sunday.
As we have already mentioned that Evil Season 2 Episode 10 will be available on Paramount+, Amazon Prime Video users can use this streaming platform in their active subscription for $5.99 per month, after trial.
Other streaming options to watch Evil Season 2 Episode 10 are Xfinity, Apple TV, and Fubo TV. Evil Season 1 is available on Netflix as well. Viewers can also buy or rent Evil Season 1 from Google Play, iTunes, and Vudu.
Evil Season 2 Episode 10 Spoilers.
Evil Season 2 Episode 10 has been titled “O is for Ovaphobia.” In Evil Season 2 Episode 10, the trio might further investigate RSM Fertility. In Evil Season 2 Episode 10, they are also likely to encounter a little girl having ghost-like traits.
All of this happens while Kristen continues to deal with her mental problems. With the support of David, she might even be working on her marriage.
Evil Season 2 Episode 9 Recap: What Happened in the Previous Episode?
Evil Season 2 Episode 9 has been titled “U is for UFO.” The episode starts with a decorated US defense pilot, Captain Samson, encountering a UFO. The object was flying at five times the speed of the Falcon Jet that she was flying without even creating a sonic boom.
It seemed to be flying right through her plane. The euphoric effect this encounter had on her made her come to the church to share this supernatural experience.
Bishop Thomas Marx, played by Peter Scolari, assigns this case to the trio of David (played by Mike Colter), Kristen (played by Katja Herbers), and Ben (played by Aasif Mandvi). Kristen meets Samson’s commanding officer, who brushes this off, saying that the pilot had actually seen a commercial satellite launch.
Meanwhile, Ben hears of another UFO sighting and visits a seventeen-year-old high school student, Asha, at Syracuse, who had viewed the same object from the ground.
She also claimed that the object flew at a breathtaking speed without any sound, though the church later refuted her claim as she admitted being high on weed at that time.
Kristen’s initial report said that the Captain’s claim is not believable. However, later, a realization dawns on her that there is a possibility that Captain Samson’s claim is being sidelined as she is a female officer. Also, she found out that there was no launch of any satellite that day.
Meanwhile, Ben gets hold of the footage of the pilot’s encounter in which an unknown object is seen to be flying intermittently before vanishing, and the pattern resembles the share of a cross. When Ben shares the footage with Bishop Marx, the whole church, including the Vatican, gets very excited about this matter.
Later, a man named Edgar Loudermilk turns up at Kristen’s doorstep, saying that the unidentified object was nothing but a Russian drone, and asks her not to investigate any further into this confidential matter.
Then, another man called Victor Lecante comes to meet David, who works for the Vatican Secret Service, or The Entity, according to David’s observation.
He tells David that the trio, along with Captain Samson and Asha, are required to go to Rome for further questioning, and they have to sign a confidentiality agreement before that.
David notices an RSM Fertility pamphlet amongst Victor’s papers, which, strangely, he actually wanted David to see. However, when asked about it, he denies it.
Then, all of a sudden, Captain Samson and Asha withdraw their statements, making Victor leave. Before leaving, Victor tells David that the Vatican Secret Service was not after RSM Fertility, adding that David, too, should not pay any further attention to it.
Captain Samson says that she changed her statement to get off desk duty, and Asha says that the church promised her a seat in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in return.
Meanwhile, at Kristen’s home front, she and Andy decide to close down their climbing business, and for that, Andy would have to visit Colorado one last time to take care of the formalities.
Then, they have a session with Dr. KurtBoggs to discuss the behavioral change in Kristen in Andy’s absence, during which she says that she does not regret being a changed person.
Later, Leland turns up before David, who was meditating, saying that a wind monster tried to tear him apart, which evidently was a sheer lie. David continues to have disturbing visions during meditation.
After a meeting of the trio, Kristen has a heart-to-heart with David, telling him that she was skipping a session with Dr. Boggs. Kristen confesses that she hates people, which is why she always has to suppress her anger, and that she loves her daughters, likes David, and tolerates Ben, with no mention of Andy.
Kristen asks David why he was becoming a priest, and in a weak moment, even asks him not to be one, to which he says that he would still be there. Back home, she asks Andy to be patient with her.
Later, the trio meets again for a drink, where David declares that he is going after RSM Fertility, and it does not matter that the church is not interested. Kristen and Ben, too, confirm their support and raise a toast.
Evil is a crime drama series with a supernatural element. Michell King and Robert King have created the series. Evil follows a trio of David, Ben, and Kristen, who together investigate the paranormal activities related to the Catholic church and try to find logical explanations for those events.