Bruce Campbell reprises his role as Ash Williams, an ageing lothario and chainsaw-handed monster hunter who’s spent the last three decades avoiding maturity, and the terrors of the Evil Dead. But when a Deadite plague threatens to destroy all of mankind, he’s forced to face his demons — both metaphorical and literal.
From Starz’s press release, October 2017…Grab your chainsaws and watch out for Deadites because the grooviest show on TV returns in all its Ash-kicking splendor with more grisly battles, ghoulish banter and more blood-drenched fun than ever. The highly anticipated 10-episode third season of STARZ Original horror-comedy series ‘Ash vs Evil Dead’ will premiere on Sunday, February 25, 2018 at 9PM ET/PT.
The wickedly gore-filled series stars Bruce Campbell as Ash Williams, the chainsaw-wielding anti-hero tasked with saving the world from evil; Lucy Lawless as Ruby, the unpredictable foe and occasional ally who has strong ties to the origin of the ‘Necronomicon;’ Ray Santiago plays Pablo Simon Bolivar, Ash’s loyal sidekick and eternal optimist; and Dana DeLorenzo returns as Kelly Maxwell, orphaned in Season One and ready to kick some evil ass.
The upcoming season also finds Ash discovering his long lost daughter, Brandy Barr, played by newcomer Arielle Carver-O’Neill (‘House Husbands,’ ‘Suburbs,’ ‘Conspiracy 365’). The third season finds Ash’s status in Elk Grove, Michigan has changed from murderous urban legend to humanity-saving hometown hero. When Kelly witnesses a televised massacre with Ruby’s fingerprints all over it, she returns with a new friend to warn Ash and Pablo that evil isn’t done with them.
USA / Starz / x43 minutes / 2015
Ted Raimi as Chet Kaminski
Samara Weaving as Heather
Lucy Lawless as Ruby Knowby
Mike Edward as Carson
Michelle Hurd as Linda B.
Joel Tobeck as Baal
Bruce Campbell as Ashley ‘Ash’ J. Williams
Ray Santiago as Pablo Simon Bolivar
Dana DeLorenzo as Kelly Maxwell
Arielle O’Neill as Brandy Barr
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