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The Hastings family owns the only funeral home in the mysterious town of La Rochelle, Ga., which is known for its haunted houses, odd residents and unusual phenomena. La Rochelle is also considered a "landing patch" for some of the world's darkest manifestations of fear that are guided into the world by an ancient malefactor. That gives the Hastings more to do than just plan funerals, as they also handle "afterlife care" for the unexpected deaths that people suffer at the hands of demonic entities and other unworldly phenomena. The family uses arcane weaponry, incredible strength and a deep knowledge of the occult to quell the evil that lies within the town.

Latest episodes

aired 640 days ago
The Dredge possesses Calvin to break free of the Ring of Solomon and re-inhabit his original body.
aired 646 days ago
The Hastings family is trapped in a time loop designed to end in their deaths unless they can find the root of the loop and break the spell.
aired 654 days ago
Calvin tries to get to the bottom of some mysterious deaths at a nearby military base; Garvey and Russ experiment with her powers; Tilly buries her recently deceased mother.
aired 661 days ago
Garvey and Russ venture into an old house designed by a mysterious clock demon, who traps them inside; Calvin, Isaac, May and Bea's cousin Leon try to free them.
aired 668 days ago
Calvin and the gang take on a demonic doll intent on finding justice for her recently deceased surrogate mom; Isaac strikes an unlikely truce with Mayor Bickley.
aired 675 days ago
The Dredge captures Calvin and tries to torture him into releasing the evil demons imprisoned in his ring; the Dredge's minions descend on the town's Founders Day Festival.
aired 687 days ago
The Dredge returns, but this time he inhabits the body of May's old flame, Dr. Kim; Calvin trains; Garvey grapples with her parents' rekindled romance.
aired 696 days ago
The Hastingses are visited by a local mystic, Aunt Nancy, who believes she has the answer to defeating The Dredge.
aired 702 days ago
While on a case, May is sucked into a mysterious mirror world, and the Hastingses must save her before the witch that inhabits the mirror world escapes using May's comatose body as a free ride.
aired 710 days ago
Isaac sends a mysterious half-human-half-infernal to help Calvin with the fight in La Rochelle; Bea, Garvey and Tilly grapple with how to properly bury a known racist.
aired 717 days ago
The Dredge sends a Trojan horse to the Hastings Funeral Home to gather information about the Ring of Solomon; Calvin and Isaac subdue the intruder, but it comes at a great cost.
aired 723 days ago
Calvin Hastings returns home to reconnect with his family, but the reunion is cut short by a string of killings perpetrated by a supernatural villain only Calvin and his family can take down.

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