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This true-crime series explores the possibility that criminals can live among us so quietly that even their loved ones don't expect their wrongdoing. Each episode of the series showcases a single crime story presented from the perspective of the perpetrator's unsuspecting friends, families and neighbors. The series airs on the Discovery cable network and is part of the network's Investigation Discovery brand of true-crime series.

Evil Lives Here is a Crime Documentary & Biography Drama series that is currently running and has 8 seasons (75 episodes). The series first aired on January 17, 2016. It has mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 8.0.

Evil Lives Here is available for streaming on the Investigation Discovery website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Evil Lives Here on demand at Investigation Discovery Amazon Prime, Philo, Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, FuboTV, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play, iTunes, Investigation Discovery online.

Sunday 10:00 PM et/pt on Investigation Discovery
8 Seasons, 75 Episodes
January 17, 2016
Crime Documentary & Biography Drama
Cast: T.J. Craig, Robert Levey II, Brian Vadim, David Wenzel
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Evil Lives Here Full Episode Guide

  • When Vickie Webb's son warned her the police might seek him out, she wasn't surprised. He had been a troublemaker for years, but she sensed this time was different. Vicki's love for her son will face the test when he is accused of the ultimate evil.

  • Jessi Toronjo went to a sleepover thinking her stepbrother, Jeffrey Pelley, was at his senior prom. She spent the next 13 years believing someone else committed the unspeakable crime of that weekend, only to discover she knew the killer all along.

  • Shirley Furgala didn't know that her mother would continue asking her to help burying a dead body after helping one time out of fear.

  • Teri Knight spent weeks driving cross-country, desperately searching for the secret her ex-husband, Manuel Gehring, took to his grave; it took years before a stranger finally solved the mystery.

  • As Christina Hildreth unwittingly helped Shawn Grate clean up his first crime scene, she didn't realize what she was doing. Once police were banging on her door while she was trapped with a madman, she understood the situation was direr than she realized.

  • A look at the life and crimes of Jack "Roy" Spillman, also known as the Werewolf Butcher -- a man "more animal than human."

  • When their family was torn apart, neither Richard nor Ryan could admit that their dad was to blame.

  • It never occurred to Shirley Gaskins that the father she adored could be a serial killer, but the more people vanished without explanation, the harder it was to deny.

  • Timothy Bass had gotten away with murder for decades, telling his wife, Gina, that he enjoyed working the night shift to make extra money; Gina believed him until she uncovered his secret and was left wondering what evil her husband had done.

  • John Duck spends his entire life fearing the day his brother Kevin would finally kill someone, but when John discovers his brother is actually a murderer, he still isn't ready to face that Kevin had been born a killer.

  • Edward Pehowic harbors dark secrets before he marries Robin Healey, and she'd catch only glimpses of her husband's dark side, but when she finally escapes from him, she realizes just how evil he is.

  • It has been more than 25 years, yet Joyce Alexander is still terrified of her son, William Patrick Alexander; she fears he holds her responsible for his horrifying crime, and is convinced he is plotting his revenge from prison.

  • Michele Ward never guessed her husband sent her away because his perversion was harder to hide.

  • Travis Spencer thinks that the cruel pranks played by his older brother, Timothy, were ultimately harmless; it turns out that older brother Timothy is using younger brother Travis as practice for a gruesome future.

  • On the mornings when Joylynn Martinez couldn't remember the night before, she always told herself that she must have had too much to drink. She never suspected that her own husband, Robert Howard Bruce, was responsible or that he was just getting started.

  • Michele Ward was always glad that her husband, Richard Daniel Starrett, didn't mind her frequent trips to visit her parents. She never guessed that he sent her away because his sick perversion was getting harder and harder to hide.

  • When Corey Breininger was a child, his stepmother, Judith Hawkey, coerced him into doing something horrible. Tormented by guilt, he kept her deadly secret for years. Knowing what she was capable of, how could he ever tell the truth and hope to survive?