Lee Majors to Return for Season 3 of 'Ash vs. Evil Dead'

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Actors Lee Majors (L) and Bruce Campbell of Ash Vs. Evil Dead attend the IMDb Yacht at San Diego Comic-Con 2016: Day Two at The IMDb Yacht on July 22, 2016 in San Diego, California.

Bruce Campbell says Lee Majors is returning for Season 3 of Ash vs. Evil Dead—even though his character was run down by a demonic car in Season 2.

"We brought him back. So, we have some good scenes with him as a ghost," Campbell told UPI recently at New York Comic Con. "He's funny. Lee is funny. Lee has a good sense of humor. This season, now, Lee is way more relaxed because he is like: 'I've got this. I know what this is now.' You come on to a new show, you don't know what the hell it is. You don't know any of these people. He is comfortable with me now and, so, he's great."

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Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny were joined by Mitch Pileggi (Skinner) and series creator Chris Carter spoke with TV Insider at New York Comic Con.

Season 3 is scheduled to begin Feb. 25 on Starz. The horror-comedy follows Campbell's Evil Dead movies, which were released in the 1980s and '90s. It co-stars Lucy Lawless, Ray Santiago and Dana DeLorenzo.

Majors is known for his roles on TV's The Big ValleyThe Six Million Dollar Man and The Fall Guy. He joined Ash vs. Evil Dead as Ash's father Brock in Season 2.

By Karen Butler

Originally published in UPI Entertainment News.