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John C. McGinley ("Scrubs") stars in this comedy-horror series as sour, judgmental sheriff Stan Miller, who is forced to give up his job because of an angry outburst at a most inopportune moment -- his wife's funeral. Relinquishing authority doesn't come easily for Stan, especially after he finds out he must make way for Evie Barret, the strong-willed and beautiful new sheriff. However, when both soon realize something is not quite right in their sleepy New Hampshire town -- which just so happens to be built on the site of a massive 17th-century witch burning -- Stan and Evie form an unlikely alliance to bravely battle a plague of spine-chilling demons.

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aired 27 days ago
Stan summons a spirit to help him travel back in time to save Claire, and in the process, an evil replica is created who thinks only of murder; real Stan must commit an unthinkable crime to complete his time travel mission.
aired 27 days ago
Denise takes a nanny job for a demon baby who feeds off her affection; Kevin gets beaten up by a baby, which is not a coincidence.
aired 27 days ago
Evie buys an antique ring and then starts dreaming of killing people, who turn up dead; Leon kills a dude who may or may not have already been dead.
aired 29 days ago
Stan gets trapped in a life-or-death bar bet; Evie and Denise watch a dating show finale that may or may not be hypnotizing them into killing each other.
aired 31 days ago
Stan travels back in time to save Claire and he succeeds, but dies in the process, forcing Evie to go back and save him; Leon loses his head over a new gal.
aired 33 days ago
Evie's ex-husband, Kenny, visits with a new pony and the same old tricks; Stan befriends Kenny until he discovers his unsightly qualities; a mysterious stranger visits Willard's Mill.
aired 33 days ago
Stan travels back in time to save Evie, not a moment too soon, as she's in a high stakes situation; Evie's rescue hinges on whether or not Stan can sacrifice a trusted friend in the modern day.
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Stan begins to solve the mystery of Evie's disappearance and along the way, he meets the descendants of a Wiccan coven known as the Black Hat Society; Stan and the coven discover a disturbing way to bring Evie home.
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Stan, Evie and Denise go speed dating and suddenly find themselves involved with their perfect match; they also find themselves growing weak and rapidly aging.
aired 231 days ago
Stan's daughter, Denise, goes blueberry picking and comes home with a pet goat, which also just happens to be a demon.
aired 253 days ago
A strange crop of flowers starts growing in town, with each bloom bringing a new supernatural horror; Evie attempts to summon Stan's dead wife, Claire, to help her stop them.
aired 278 days ago
After the death of his wife, Sheriff Miller is forced into retirement and replaced by Evie Barret, who discovers the town is possessed by demons, and that Stan's wife was the only one keeping them at bay; Stan and Evie must join forces to stay alive.
aired 282 days ago
Denise gets mixed up with a group of goth kids who come to town hoping to contact a demon; the goth kids succeed in contacting a demon and Denise finds herself possessed by it, creating a tricky situation for Stan.
aired 285 days ago
A mysterious girl runs out into the street, forcing Evie to swerve into a fatal car accident that she must relive over and over and over again.
aired 285 days ago
A mysterious stranger shows up at Stan's door with knowledge of the curse he and Evie are fighting; Willard's Mill residents start getting killed by a giant spider.
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Evie attempts to rescue Stan's prized possession, his Bobby Orr hockey stick, from the church donation pile, only to find herself transported into the spirit world where she too, is on trial for witchcraft.

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