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The Exorcist season 2 to share connections with Blatty's The Exorcist III

I think we were all surprised at how good FOX's THE EXORCIST series ended up being. I know I was on the fence (to the say the least) at first, but by the end, I was on board with another season for sure. And it turns out the upcoming second season will be much different than the first. Via THR we just received a bunch of new info on what to expect come season 2, including a 6-month time jump and.
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