IFC has announced that production has kicked off in Atlanta on the second season of their horror comedy series “Stan Against Evil”. This season will continue where the first season ended with Sheriff Evie Barret about to be burned at the stake in 1692. The second season will air this fall with eight 30-minute episodes.
This season brings the following new faces to the mix:
Denise Boutte (Meet The Browns) as Lara Bouchard, a local who may know more about the town’s demonic creatures than she lets on.
Jeffrey Combs (Gotham) as the Impish Man, a Willard’s Mill newcomer who loves nothing more than a good bet.
David Koechner (Anchorman) as Kenny, Evie’s incorrigible ex-husband who, to Evie’s dismay, creates a friendship with Stan.
Steven Ogg (The Walking Dead) as Rusty, a cowboy from the past who takes a particular liking to Evie.
Patty McCormack (The Bad Seed) as Priscilla, the knowledgeable owner of an antiques store.
“Stan Against Evil” was created by Dana Gould and stars John C. McGinley, Janet Varney (You’re The Worst), Deborah Baker Jr. (The Great Indoors) and Nate Mooney (“It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”).