It Isn’t Over ’til Captain Howdy Sings: 5 Reasons FOX Should Renew THE EXORCIST

THE EXORCIST on FOX may not have the highest ratings. But it has built a scary new story within the frames of a horror classic, and deserves another season.

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Recap: “Three Rooms” With No Exit for THE EXORCIST?

As the Pope’s motorcade winds through Chicago, all the plots and players converge in the last (and final?) episode of THE EXORCIST – “Three Rooms.”

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Recap: Captain Howdy Wears Prada on THE EXORCIST

Captain Howdy possesses Angela Rance, takes over the demonic plan to assassinate Pope Sebastian and gives Geena Davis a tour de force showcase in THE EXORCIST’s penultimate episode “162”.

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Recap: Captain Howdy Steals the Show from THE EXORCIST

Captain Howdy takes center stage in “The Griefbearers” and in the person of Robert Emmet Lunney, steals the show. The Devil always gets the best lines!

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Recap: THE EXORCIST – Up Jumps the Devil

The “Pope Visiting Chicago” subplot gets a bit of screen time this week on The Exorcist, while the continuing possession and attempted exorcism of Casey Rance builds to a stunning cliffhanger in “Father of Lies”.

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Recap: THE EXORCIST Hosts a Beggars Banquet of the Damned

The rest of Chicago may be celebrating the Cubs World Series win, but there is no joy for the Rance family – for the possessed Casey has struck out (on her own) in Star of the Morning.

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Recap: The Devil Demands, THE EXORCIST Falters, and Secrets Are Revealed

THE EXORCIST’s fifth episode “My Most Greivous Fault” had horror, heartbreak, and a brilliant twist reveal.

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Recap: The Devil’s On the Move and THE EXORCIST Finds Some Friends

The continuing story of Casey Rance’s possession is leavened by doses of both humor and compassion in the penultimate episode before next week’s full-on exorcism. Does “The Moveable Feast” set the stage?

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THE EXORCIST Lets ‘Em In – Then It Hits the Fan

The third chapter of THE EXORCIST “levels up” in darkness, intensity, and mystery. “Let ‘Em In” brings to the television version of The Exorcist disturbing, “can’t look away” levels of horror reminiscent of its’ movie parent.

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THE EXORCIST Speaks of the Devil, and Many Appear

“Speak of the devil, and he shall appear,” or for fans of the original Latin – “Lupus in Fabula, venit enim ad me.” THE EXORCIST’s second episode develops a fascinating mystery with a dollop or two of gross-out as the possession of Angela Rance continues.

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Beyond Pea Soup and Rotating Heads? THE EXORCIST Comes to Television

With a new set of characters in a modern day Chicago parish, THE EXORCIST television series attempts to set its’ own path within “The Exorcist Universe”.

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The Power of THE EXORCIST Franchise Compels You To Read This Retro Review

Before the premiere of THE EXORCIST television series on FOX, SciFi4Me takes a new look at THE EXORCIST from 1973, including some aspects that usually get lost in the pea soup vomit.

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