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Stan Against Evil: Is the IFC TV Series Cancelled or Renewed for Season Three?

Vulture Watch Has Stan Miller returned to his couch, for good? Is the Stan Against Evil TV show cancelled or renewed for a third season on IFC? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Stan Against Evil, season three. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you? What's This TV Show About? Airing on the IFC cable channel, Stan Against Evil stars John C. McGinley, Janet Varney, Nate Mooney, and Deborah Baker Jr. Guest stars in season two include Denise Boutte, Jeffrey Combs, David Koechner, Patty McCormack, and Steven Ogg. Set in the seemingly quaint but haunted small town of Willard’s Mill, New Hampshire, the story centers on disgruntled former sheriff Stan Miller
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Stan Against Evil: Season Two Ratings

Despite minuscule ratings which would have seen it cancelled elsewhere, IFC renewed its Stan Against Evil TV show for a second season. The cable network is known for its quirky, cult programming, but at some point, even artists have to pay the rent. How long can this TV series survive with such low numbers? Will Stan Against Evil be cancelled or renewed for season three? Stay tuned. An IFC horror-comedy from creator Dana Gould, Stan Against Evil stars John C. McGinley, Janet Varney, Nate Mooney, and Deborah Baker Jr. Guest stars in season two include Denise Boutte, Jeffrey Combs, David Koechner, Patty McCormack, and Steven Ogg. Set in the seemingly quaint but haunted small town of Willard's Mill, New Hampshire, the story centers on disgruntled former sheriff Stan Miller (McGinley). In the second season, a reluctant Stan has to investigate the disappearance of
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Creature Comforts: Daily Dead Visits the Home of a Demon Slayer on the Set of Stan Against Evil Season 2

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There are 172 demons in the town of Willard’s Mill, and it’s up to retired sheriff Stan Miller (John C. McGinley) to stop them. There’s only one problem: Stan would rather take a nap. There is no rest for the recently retired, though, and Stan has even more undead mayhem to deal with in the new episodes of IFC’s Stan Against Evil. The second season of the horror comedy series premieres tonight on IFC, and this past summer, Daily Dead and a group of other journalists had the great pleasure of visiting the Atlanta set to see Stan’s demon-slaying arsenal and favorite recliner in person.

Nestled on a quiet neighborhood street just outside of Atlanta, the two-story home looks like a peaceful place, with its sprawling front porch and red and white colors giving it the appearance of a tranquil farmhouse. But while this home may
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Judith Light, Roberta Colindrez to Star in Drama ‘Ms. White Light’ (Exclusive)

Judith Light, Roberta Colindrez to Star in Drama ‘Ms. White Light’ (Exclusive)
Judith Light, Roberta Colindrez, Zachary Spicer, Carson Meyer, and John Ortiz will star in the independent drama “Ms. White Light,” Variety has learned exclusively.

Paul Shoulberg will direct the film from his own script. The movie will be produced by Spicer and John Robert Armstrong for their Indiana-based company Pigasus Pictures. Shooting begins Oct. 27 in Bloomington, Ind.

Ortiz and Colindrez portray a father-daughter team who operate Cordova Mortality Solutions, counseling terminally ill clients, while Light plays a sharp-tongued free spirit who has no time for her own mortality. Spicer is a psychic medium and Meyer portrays a woman dying of a terminal blood disease.

Ms. White Light” is the first in Pigasus Pictures’ slate of six films to be produced locally in Indiana over the next three years. Spicer and Armstrong previously teamed with Shoulberg to produce “The Good Catholic,” starring John McGinley and Danny Glover.

Light stars on “Transparent” and was nominated for a supporting actress
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Stan Against Evil: Season Two Premiere Released Early by IFC

IFC has Friday the 13th treat for fans. Today, the network released the season two premiere of Stan Against Evil two weeks ahead of its TV debut.The horror comedy follows Stan Miller (John C. McGinley), a disgruntled former sheriff who must team up with his replacement (Janet Varney) to fight off demons in their small New England town. The cast also includes Nate Mooney, Deborah Baker Jr., Mick Ignis, and Danielle Phelan.Read More…
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Celebrate Friday the 13th by Watching an Episode of IFC’s Stan Against Evil Season 2 Early Online

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Easily one of my favorite viewing experiences over the last year was watching John C. McGinley reluctantly get off his recliner to fight demons with wit, weapons, and one-liners on IFC's Stan Against Evil. Although the series won't officially premiere until November 1st, IFC has released the third episode of the second season online early for all to enjoy, and you can watch it right here, right now (just be sure to hurry up, though, because Stan doesn't like to wait).

Press Release: New York – October 13, 2017 – This Friday the 13th prepare to be afraid..ish. IFC announced today that a Season 2 episode of their horror-comedy original series Stan Against Evil, created by Dana Gould (The Simpsons), is now available to watch commercial-free, three weeks before the series’ linear premiere. The episode is available on a variety of network platforms including VOD, TV Everywhere, and IFC’s social, mobile and digital pages,
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Stan Against Evil: Season Two Trailer Released for IFC TV Show

"It's back." This week, IFC released a new trailer for season two of Stan Against Evil.The horror comedy follows Stan Miller (John C. McGinley), a disgruntled former sheriff who must team up with his replacement (Janet Varney) to fight off demons in their small New England town. The cast also includes Nate Mooney, Deborah Baker Jr., Mick Ignis, and Danielle Phelan.Read More…
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Watch the new trailer for season 2 of Stan Against Evil

With less than a month to go until the season 2 premiere of Stan Against Evil, a new trailer has arrived online for the comedy horror series which sees the return of stars John C. McGinley, Deborah Baker Jr., and Nate Mooney and features guest appearances from Denise Boutte, Jeffrey Combs, David Koechner, Patty McCormack, and Steven Ogg; check it out below…

“Season 2 picks up again in Willard’s Mill, the small New England town where the perpetually disgruntled former sheriff Stan Miller (John C. McGinley) must begrudgingly get off his couch to solve the mystery of Sheriff Barret (Janet Varney)’s time-travelling disappearance. Through thick and thin, the unlikely team continues to battle against the unleashing of wicked demons trying to take over their town, which happens to be built on the site of a massive 17th-century witch burning.”

Stan Against Evil season 2 is set to premiere on November 1st.
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“Stan Against Evil” Season 2 Trailer Jam-packed with Bizarre Monsters

“Stan Against Evil” Season 2 Trailer Jam-packed with Bizarre Monsters
Be afraid. Be very afraid….ish. The official Season 2 trailer for IFC’s horror-comedy “Stan Against Evil”, unveiled today at New York Comic Con, offers a sneak-peek at the demonic creatures, ghosts, and wareponies (yes, ponies) rising to delightfully frighten the residents of Willard’s Mill. Season 2 welcomes returning stars John C. McGinley (Scrubs) as Stan Miller, the […]
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Nycc 2017: Demon Baby, Flying Wraith & More Creatures Haunt the Stan Against Evil Season 2 Trailer

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When you see a demon baby running down the hall towards you, there's a good chance you're in Willard's Mill, a cursed town that's held in check by the retired sheriff (John C. McGinley) and the current sheriff (Janet Varney). With the second season of the hilarious horror comedy premiering November 1st on IFC, a new trailer for the series has been unleashed at New York Comic Con, and we have it right here (as well as several behind-the-scenes videos) for Daily Dead readers to enjoy.

Press Release: Be afraid. Be very afraid….ish. The official Season 2 trailer for IFC’s horror-comedy Stan Against Evil, unveiled today at New York Comic Con, offers a sneak-peek at the demonic creatures, ghosts, and wareponies (yes, ponies) rising to delightfully frighten the residents of Willard’s Mill.

Season 2 welcomes returning stars John C. McGinley (Scrubs) as Stan Miller, the curmudgeonly retired police-sheriff, and
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Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on This Is Us, Flash, New Girl, Arrow, Grey's Anatomy, The Blacklist, Supernatural and More

Got a scoop request? An anonymous tip you’re dying to share? Send any/all of the above to askausiello@tvline.com

Question: Please tell me the glimpse we got of Cristina in the Grey’s Anatomy premiere foreshadowed an actual appearance by Sandra Oh this season. — Janet

Ausiello: I and, for that matter, Grey’s Ep Krista Vernoff would love to tell you that that was happening. “I would give anything for a visit from Sandra Oh,” she says, adding with a laugh, “Do you know her? Can you call her and talk her into it?” In all seriousness,
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Watch John C. McGinley Watch Himself in Office Space in New Promo Video for Stan Against Evil Season 2

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"Office Space... there's a comedy. They ought to call it Bobspace. It's all about the Bobs." If you watched the first season of Stan Against Evil (which I highly recommend), then you know that Stan (played by John C. McGinley) would rather just sit back in his chair and enjoy his retirement instead of getting blood sprayed on him all the time while slaying demons and saving the world. Well, in a new promo video released by IFC, McGinley gets to do just that, although what he ends up watching is himself as one of the Bobs in the cult classic comedy Office Space.

You can watch the new promo video below, and in case you missed it, watch the teaser trailer for the second season of Stan Against Evil, which premieres on November 1st on IFC.

Press Release: More Monsters. Deadlier Demons. Same Stan. In an all-new Season 2 trailer
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‘The Deuce,’ ‘Search Party,’ ‘At Home With Amy Sedaris’ Set For New York Television Festival

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‘The Deuce,’ ‘Search Party,’ ‘At Home With Amy Sedaris’ Set For New York Television Festival
The line-up for the 13th Annual New York Television Festival has been officially revealed for a choice week of screenings, educational panels, fan events, and red carpets premieres. This year, truTV will present a screening of “At Home With Amy Sedaris,” while Amy Sedaris herself makes an appearance to celebrate and discuss the launch of her new comedy series.

In addition, “The Deuce” executive producer and director Michelle MacLaren, executive producer Nina Kostoff-Noble, and VP of programming Kathleen McCaffrey will discuss the HBO’s series depiction of the rise of the porn industry in 1970s New York. Executive producer and talent Dana Gould, producer and talent John C. McGinley, and talent Janet Varney will also offer fans a behind-the-scenes look into thse second season of IFC’s comedy-horror series “Stan Against Evil.”

Other standout screenings include the Season 2 premiere of TBS’s “Search Party,” where festival-goers can catch a panel
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‘Search Party,’ ‘The Deuce,’ ‘Swat,’ Shawn Ryan Set for New York Television Festival

The Season 2 premiere of “Search Party,” a panel on the production of “The Deuce,” and keynotes with showrunner Shawn Ryan, Jordan Klepper and TBS programming chief Brett Weitz are among the events set for the 13th annual New York Television Festival next month.

The sophomore year of TBS’ quirky mystery-comedy “Search Party” and the premiere of TruTV’s “At Home with Amy Seders” will be the fest’s opening night showcase programs on Oct. 23. Earlier in the day, TBS’ Weitz will be featured in a conversation moderated by Nytvf founder Terence Gray. The weeklong festival runs Oct. 23-28 at various venues.

Other highlights of the event include:

Premiere of the Sony TV/CBS drama “Swat” (Oct. 24) Keynote conversation with Ryan (Oct. 24) Premiere of Starz documentary “Nude,” about fashion photog David Bellemare (Oct. 25) Keynote conversation with director Michelle MacLaren and other female creatives on “The Deuce” (Oct. 26) Fan panel with John C. McGinley and others stars of “Stan Against Evil
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Film Feature: HollywoodChicago.com Tackles Pro Football Films

Chicago – It’s the opening Sunday of the NFL, and what better time to celebrate the films that celebrate the sport that celebrate the ballers. Film history has a steroid-free stack of pro football films in all categories. Patrick McDonald, Jon Lennon Espino and Spike Walters of HollywoodChicago.com take on three prime examples.

Da Boyz! James Caan and Billy Dee Williams Bear Down in ‘Brian’s Song’

Photo credit: Columbia TriStar Home Video

The earliest known footage of a football game was a 1903 match-up between powerhouses Princeton and Yale, filmed by Thomas Edison. The earliest narrative films dealt with the college game, from Harold Lloyd’s “The Freshman” (1925) to the Marx Brothers in “Horse Feathers” (1932). An early example of a pro football movie is “The Cowboy Quarterback” (1939), which involves a scout for the “Chicago Packers” (gee, even in olden days screenwriters were lazy as shit).

The backfield in motion and HollywoodChicago.
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Greg McLean interview: The Belko Experiment

Matt Edwards Aug 22, 2017

Greg McLean chats to us about The Belko Experiment, Jungle and Jason Statham...

The Belko Experiment is a brilliant film. It’s a blackly comic, oppressively bleak and brutally violent rugby tackle of a film, crashing into you with all it has and leaving you in a heap before sprinting off down the pitch, its smash and dash effect owing to a taut sub-90 minute runtime. Its UK release cinema release was fairly low key, tethered to the launch of the much higher profile Guardians Of The Galaxy Volume 2 (the two films share writer-in-common James Gunn). While Gunn’s terrific Guardians sequel thrilled a considerably larger audience, it was his collaboration with Wolf Creek director Greg McLean, released just two weeks earlier, that really tickled this writer’s brain.

With the home video release of both films imminent (again, Belko arrives two weeks ahead) we had the
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Sdcc: First trailer for season 2 of Stan Against Evil

IFC has released the first trailer debuted for the upcoming second season of the comedy horror series Stan Against Evil, which sees the return of cast members John C. McGinley, Deborah Baker Jr., and Nate Mooney and is set to feature guest stars Denise Boutte, Jeffrey Combs, David Koechner, Patty McCormack, and Steven Ogg; take a look at the trailer here…

“Season 2 picks up again in Willard’s Mill, the small New England town where the perpetually disgruntled former sheriff Stan Miller (John C. McGinley) must begrudgingly get off his couch to solve the mystery of Sheriff Barret (Janet Varney)’s time-travelling disappearance. Through thick and thin, the unlikely team continues to battle against the unleashing of wicked demons trying to take over their town, which happens to be built on the site of a massive 17th-century witch burning.”

Stan Against Evil season 2 is set to premiere on November 1st.
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Comic-Con 2017: Demons Return in Teaser Trailer for Stan Against Evil Season 2

All he wants to do is take a nap, but Stan has a lot of demon-slaying to do in the second season of Stan Against Evil, which is teased in a new trailer from IFC.

Press Release: More Monsters. Deadlier Demons. Same Stan. In an all-new Season 2 trailer of IFC’s Stan Against Evil, unveiled at Comic-Con International: San Diego today, fans can catch a glimpse of the demonic creatures, animals and ex-husbands heading to the quaint town of Willard’s Mill this November.

Season 2 picks up again in Willard’s Mill, the small New England town where the perpetually disgruntled former sheriff Stan Miller (John C. McGinley) must begrudgingly get off his couch to solve the mystery of Sheriff Barret (Janet Varney)’s time-travelling disappearance. Through thick and thin, the unlikely team continues to battle against the unleashing of wicked demons trying to take over their town, which happens
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‘Stan Against Evil’ Teaser: Season 2 Promises a Weirder, Wackier Parade of Killer Demons — Watch

‘Stan Against Evil’ Teaser: Season 2 Promises a Weirder, Wackier Parade of Killer Demons — Watch
After a debut season that wrapped up with surprise deaths, time loops and plenty of ugly-looking demons, “Stan Against Evil” is ready for a follow-up.

Show creator Dana Gould joined cast members Janet Varney and John C. McGinley for a preview of what’s to come in the show’s second season. The IFC show is set in the town of Willard’s Mill, a quiet New England community suddenly overrun by vengeful spirits. Last season’s cliffhanger showed that the story was bigger than Stan or Sheriff Evie imagined, but the show would keep its focus on Willard’s Mill.

Read More ‘Stan Against Evil’ Creator Dana Gould Mixes Laughs and Frights, With a Little Help From His Friends

That final episode also left Evie’s fate somewhat unresolved. Anyone worried that she wouldn’t be returning was reassured by a set of pins that included her, Stan and
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‘Stan Against Evil’ Teaser: Season 2 Promises a Weirder, Wackier Parade of Killer Demons — Watch

‘Stan Against Evil’ Teaser: Season 2 Promises a Weirder, Wackier Parade of Killer Demons — Watch
After a debut season that wrapped up with surprise deaths, time loops and plenty of ugly-looking demons, “Stan Against Evil” is ready for a follow-up.

Show creator Dana Gould joined cast members Janet Varney and John C. McGinley for a preview of what’s to come in the show’s second season. The IFC show is set in the town of Willard’s Mill, a quiet New England community suddenly overrun by vengeful spirits. Last season’s cliffhanger showed that the story was bigger than Stan or Sheriff Evie imagined, but the show would keep its focus on Willard’s Mill.

Read More ‘Stan Against Evil’ Creator Dana Gould Mixes Laughs and Frights, With a Little Help From His Friends

That final episode also left Evie’s fate somewhat unresolved. Anyone worried that she wouldn’t be returning was reassured by a set of pins that included her, Stan and
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