Talk about MASSIVE shoes to fill.
We still don’t yet know when “Ash vs. Evil Dead” is going to be returning to Starz for its third season, but we do know that production has wrapped and it’s ready to go whenever the network wants to unleash it. There’s a good chance it won’t premiere until early 2018, but a late 2017 start is still possible.
In the meantime, Bruce Campbell has been teasing that the final two episodes of the third season are going to be a massive game changer, noting that nothing in that entire universe will ever be the same again by the time the season comes to an end. Needless to say, something BIG is coming.
In a chat with iHorror this week, Ray “Pablo” Santiago provided a similar tease, comparing Season 3’s final episode to TV’s most devastating finale.
“I would say, the final episode is pretty intense,” Santiago told the site. “It has that feeling of Six Feet Under’s final episode. When I watched Six Feet Under’s final episode I couldn’t stop crying for, like, days. It was really intense. I think what we’ve done with that, with our Season 3 finale, is given you something that just like, ‘Whoa. What just happened?’”
“I think we leave you with the best season finale the show’s ever had,” he added. “It’s epic.”
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