'Evil' Season 1 Finale: Kristen asks 'why are all these exorcisms women' and social media is abuzz with replies

Fans are wondering if Kristen Bouchard has a demon inside her. Well, there's never going to be a confirmation anytime soon until 'Evil' comes back for another season


                            'Evil' Season 1 Finale: Kristen asks 'why are all these exorcisms women' and social media is abuzz with replies
Kristen Bouchard, David Acosta and Ben Shakir (CBS)

If 'Evil' was creepy already, the show ended on an even twisted note. Towards the end of Episode 13 titled 'Book 27', Kristen got a call from Mira (Kristen Connolly), who told her that Orson was bludgeoned to death.

While Mira continued to say, "Your troubles are over," Kristen was quite shocked and even... upset! In the last scene, she took out her rosary out from a drawer and placed it on her hand. The cross burned her. And now fans are wondering if Kristen Bouchard has a demon inside her. Well, there's never going to be a confirmation anytime soon until 'Evil' comes back for another season.

If that was not all, there were many talking points from the episode that caught many eyeballs. One specific sequence was when Kristen asked Ben Shakir and David Acosta why all the exorcisms were women. No sooner did she say that Twitterati made it a point to ponder over it and even spill some witty answers. 

David Acosta and Kristen Bouchard (CBS)

"Kristen: 'Why are all these exorcisms women?' I'd like to know myself. There does seem to be a pattern to this stuff. #Evil," one fan wrote and another said, "'Why are all these exorcisms women?' 'Cause men are harder to separate from their demons.'" That's not all. One viewer wrote, "Good question Kristen. Why are they only women? #Evil." and another fan said, "Looks like Kristen needs the exorcism now!"

Meanwhile, there is a lot of chatter about the "baby exorcism." A fan said, "What's creepier than an exorcism? A baby exorcism?" and another posted, "They're gonna do an exorcism on a baby?" One viewer wrote, "This is going to be a very interesting exorcism."

Many fans even spoke about how the show reminded them of their personal experience. "I’ve had a lot of personal experience with nested dreams, trapped somewhere between deep REM sleep and hypnagogia. I've had chase dreams where I’ve had to scream myself awake through multiple layers of consciousness. I don’t wish them on anybody #Evil," one tweet read.

The show returns to CBS for a second season but the date hasn't been announced yet.

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