El Jefe & Co. are back in action in Season 2 of Ash vs. Evil dead, this time taking us to Ash's hometown & back to the infamous cabin where it all began once more, this time with a time-travel twist! All the (surviving) characters from Season 1 are in fine form, with some new faces added to the mix for Season 2 (including the very welcome return of Ted Raimi to the franchise). There's gore & gags aplenty, sometimes verging on too much of a good thing (those who've seen the episode "The Morgue" know what I'm talking about), and the season finale is a bit of a head-scratcher, but it's a wild, fun ride fans of the Evil Dead franchise won't want to miss!
I've always been a fan of the "Evil Dead" franchise. This is no exception. This was always a must-see show when it was on the air. It certainly expands more on Ash Williams' backstory. Can't go wrong with "Ash vs. Evil Dead."
Who would have thought that Bruce Campbell could come out of the shadows and resurrect this franchise into such an entertaining series? When I initially saw the trailer for the first season, I figured it'd maybe last a season with a few memorable episodes.
After seeing the first season, I was thoroughly entertained and loved everything I'd seen. When Season 2 was announced, I was like "this'll probably be half-baked and they'll realized they should have quit after season 1." Instead, Season 2 was EVER BETTER than the first season and I can't wait for Season 3!
Ash's retirement in Jacksonville is cut short with the Deadites, so the gang heads to Ash's home town. Things don't go too well for Ash, as he has become infamous for the events that happened 30 years ago, and is known to the town as "Ashy Slashy"!
We get to see Lee Majors as Ash's father, and the return of Ash's sister, Cheryl! Ruby turns good, but is killed by past Ruby!