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Season Finale. Everything has led to this moment. Forty years ago, the demon was denied its prize. Now it will stop at nothing to destroy Angela Rance and her family. Their only hope lies in two men: Marcus and Tomas. But with the enemies of the church mobilizing against Pope Sebastian, time is running out for everyone.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of The Exorcist from 1949 votes.
On the eve of Pope Sebastian's visit to Chicago, Marcus and his companions race to avert a potential tragedy. Tomas is offered a life-changing opportunity, but will the sins of the past endanger his future within the church? Meanwhile, as the Rance family attempts to recover from their most recent ordeal, a new problem threatens to tear them apart.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of The Exorcist from 1996 votes.
As Marcus, Tomas and Mother Bernadette race against time to defeat the demon, the Rance family finds itself drawn into the conflict. With the Pope's visit only days away, the church's enemies take aggressive new moves. Angela confronts a familiar face from her past, and Kat considers a new future.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of The Exorcist from 2181 votes.
A visit to the foster home carries deadly consequences, as Marcus and Father Tomas attempt to draw the demon out of hiding. Rose finds herself the target of the demon's wrath. And no one suspects that a new danger may be lurking in the woods, waiting for its moment to strike. Meanwhile, Father Bennett and Mouse take the fight directly to the conspiracy as they attempt to hunt down an old adversary.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of The Exorcist from 1009 votes.
Season Finale. Everything has led to this moment. As one priest fights for his life in the hospital, another is forced to confront the ghosts of his past. With time running out to save Andy's life, one of the exorcists must make the ultimate sacrifice.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of The Exorcist from 860 votes.
The exorcism begins. As the storm of the century descends upon Chicago, Father Tomas and Marcus engage the demon in spiritual warfare. But the demon is ready and waiting with a few secrets of its own. Meanwhile, the demon's manipulations slowly begin to drive a wedge between members of the Rance family. Loyalties will be tested and lives will be forever changed.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of The Exorcist from 2411 votes.
Kat struggles to confront the realization that her friend, Julia, is dead. Shopping for a dress to wear to Julia's memorial service, Casey is given a sexy, expensive and slightly inappropriate dress by a salesman at the store. Seeking permission to conduct an exorcism, Marcus and Tomas take footage from the Rance home to papal emissaries, only to be met with shocking news that will change Marcus' life forever.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of The Exorcist from 2570 votes.
The Rance family is engulfed in a firestorm of publicity after the media learns about the possession of Casey Rance. As Casey's story continues to make national headlines, Father Tomas finds himself unexpectedly thrust into the public spotlight. Meanwhile, Father Bennett attends a papal planning gala at Maria Walters' mansion, where members of high society gather to discuss the presence of angels in everyday life, and Marcus' search for answers leads him into the terrifying underbelly of the city.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of The Exorcist from 2238 votes.
As Tomas and Marcus continue to investigate the strange incidents at the foster home, the demon finally makes its presence known. The two priests must race against the clock to find evidence of possession before it is too late. Meanwhile, Andy and Rose take the children on an overnight camping trip, setting them on a collision course with the supernatural presence on the island. Back in Rome, Father Bennett's uneasy partnership with Mouse takes a turn as disturbing new information about the conspiracy comes to light.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of The Exorcist from 1061 votes.
As the exorcism reaches a critical juncture, Tomas engages the demon in a desperate battle to save Andy's soul. Meanwhile, Marcus and Rose attempt to get the foster children off the island, but the demon has other plans. As the storm of the century descends upon the island, salvation may come from an unlikely source.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of The Exorcist from 897 votes.
As Andy confronts the strange incidents taking place on the island, his foster home receives a surprising new addition. Marcus investigates a series of natural disturbances with the help of a local wildlife biologist, while Tomas continues to question the strange visions that led him to Seattle. Meanwhile, Bennett's uneasy partnership with the enigmatic Mouse takes a dark turn.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of The Exorcist from 1085 votes.
Angela grows restless as her daughter's condition continues to deteriorate, and the demon turns its attention toward innocent victims. While Father Tomas is paid a visit by a familiar face from his past, Marcus journeys to an unexpected destination and receives guidance from a most unlikely source. With time quickly running out, the two priests must decide whether to defy the church by performing an unsanctioned exorcism.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of The Exorcist from 2483 votes.
As Father Bennett and Mouse head west to rendezvous with Marcus and Tomas, new details about Mouse's tragic past comes to light. With time running out to finish the exorcism, one of the foster children is faced with a difficult choice. But the demon has other plans.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of The Exorcist from 961 votes.
With no sign of their missing daughter, the Rance family begins to disintegrate; Marcus looks to Mother Bernadette for help with the latest problem; news of Casey's possession goes public and Father Bennett continues his probe into Tattersal.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of The Exorcist from 2145 votes.
Angela Rance suspects a demonic presence has entered her home, and enlists the help of Father Tomas Ortega, who calls on experienced exorcist Father Marcus Keane.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of The Exorcist from 3233 votes.
The situation at the foster home continues to deteriorate, as Andy tries to help his foster daughter, Grace overcome her agoraphobia. Meanwhile, Marcus and Tomas travel to Seattle where they encounter a new possession case, discovering a young girl who has been targeted by a force of pure evil. Father Bennett tracks down a rogue church operative named Mouse who is waging a one-woman crusade against the demonic conspiracy.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of The Exorcist from 1209 votes.
As the exorcism begins, the fate of the foster home hangs in the balance. This is an adversary unlike anything Marcus and Tomas have ever faced, and in order to save this family, the two of them must journey into the mouth of madness itself.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of The Exorcist from 947 votes.
When Bishop Egan denies Tomas permission to perform the exorcism on Angela's daughter, Father Marcus breaks out of Saint Aquinas and joins forces with Tomas, though he urges him to get his ex, Jessica, out of his life and heart. The Rance family's relationship with the demon deepens and when Marcus catches Angela stealing holy water, he instructs her on how to use it. On Chicago's south side, a series of bizarre ritual killings begin taking place.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of The Exorcist from 2768 votes.
Tomas and Marcus attempt to escape the custody of Cindy's enraged family, while simultaneously trying to finish her exorcism. Rose conducts her inspection of Andy Kim's household and is concerned about Caleb's mental state. Meanwhile, Andy's neighbors offer to teach the children farming skills, but there's something sinister behind their intentions. Additionally, Verity may be hiding something from the rest of her foster family. Then, Father Bennett tries to warn the Office of Exorcism of a new threat, but finds his attempts railroaded by menacing forces.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of The Exorcist from 1281 votes.
Season two picks up six months after leaving Chicago with Father Tomas continuing his training to become an exorcist under the watchful eye of his partner Marcus Keane. Their travels lead them to a troubled young woman in rural Montana, where their investigation puts them in the crosshairs of her extended family. But as Tomas' skills continue to grow, Marcus begins to worry that his apprentice is taking unnecessary risks. The action then switches to a secluded private island off the coast of Seattle, where Andy Kim runs a group home for at-risk foster children, whose lives are disrupted when the state sends a social worker to determine whether the foster home should be closed. Little do they know the true danger is yet to come: a malevolent presence that has set its sights upon one of the children in Andy's care.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of The Exorcist from 1442 votes.
Last updated: mar 23, 2021
This is a excellent drama. I expected a horror show or something between Supernatural and Preacher. Instead I found a well written show that I plan to watch more often.
They bought rights to the name, but contains very little from the original. There's also the new plot element in which there are many possessed characters, not just the girl -- so it's more like a zombie story than the exorcism of a single demonic possession. Very similar plot to "Outcast" on Cinemax -- 2 guys dealing with a zombie-devil infestation. Would rather have seen an expanded limited event series, maybe 8 episodes, based on the original book. Instead, an endless supply of demon-zombies for a repetitive story that doesn't end until the series is cancelled... More looking forward to Blatty's upcoming publication "The Exorcist For The 21st Century" featuring an original and never before published adaptation for a new miniseries of Blatty's classic novel.
Great show. Season 2 took it to another level. John Cho was at his best.
excellent first season. [spoiler] shame though they couldn't get Ellen Burstyn & Linda Blair to play their roles of mother & daughter [/spoiler]
This is easily the best horror show to come along in quite some time. It's a real shame it hasn't gotten more exposure; if you're a fan of solid theological horror, definitely check this one out!
If you go into it expecting an extension of the movie franchise, you're going to be disappointed. This show feels like Supernatural if it took itself seriously, in a good way.
I really enjoyed this. It was well written, well conceived, and with the direct ties to the cult classic movie, an instant hook in. However, I had wished for a more finalised ending. It was very open-ended, and without the demon plaguing Reagan and her family, what's the point? Fox may be a money making machine, but they need to learn to have an ending that actually ends.
God is not the one who works in mysterious ways
The fact that they cancelled this show and continue to let other wack a**. shows continue to air is sad af. This was the best spin off of a movie I've ever seen
Me ha sorprendido gratamente. La primera temporada me gustó, con ese aire oscuro y las referencias a la historia que vimos en la película. La segunda me pareció mucho más buena; menos oscura, con una mezcla de posesiones y casas encantadas, que la hace mucho más entretenida. Muy recomendada para los adictos a este género. Lástima que no podamos disfrutar de otra temporada.
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Mixing reality shows and food seems like the perfect combination for just about anyone. I always get amazed what some people are able to make under a huge amount of pressure. The cooking shows are so entertaining as well, because it’s always regular people competing. Just make sure not to watch them on an empty stomach!
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