‘Witches of East End’ returned on July 6, and there’s a new man in town — another Beauchamp! Freya’s twin brother Frederick made his way to East End and he’s already stirring up a spell of drama.
The witches are back! Freya (Jenna Dewan-Tatum — and her insane post-baby bod) met her brother, Frederick (Christian Cooke) on the Witches of East End premiere, but that’s not the only man bringing in trouble. Keep reading for more on Frederick, Dash (Eric Winter) and Killian (Daniel Di Tomasso)!
‘Witches of East End’ Premiere — Met The Beauchamp Bro
We already know that Freya is torn between two brothers, so why not bring in another?
Meet Freddie, Freya’s twin and Ingrid’s (Rachel Boston) long lost little brother. How nice to have another Beauchamp in town, right? Not so fast. He might be more of the evil twin type.
“You’re not sure if he’s a good guy, or if he’s playing a good guy,” Jenna tells our sister site TVLine. “He seems so perfect and so great, but there’s another side of him that — every now and then — flashes out, and we think, ‘Wait a minute. Is he who he says he is?'”
And regardless if he’s a baddie, he’s going to bring in some bad blood between the sisters. “There’s a lot of sisterly jealousy that might happen.”
Freya Is Still Stuck On Killian
Freya found out about Dash’s powers in the Season 2 premiere, but she has yet to find Killian.
“She starts off this season very confused and heartbroken,” Jenna told TVLine, adding “there will be lots of interesting dynamics and challenges” between Freya and the newly powered-Dash who is “disturbed” this season.
As for Killian, he’s hooking up with a newbie (Bianca Lawson) off on an island somewhere — so not looking too promising for Freya, especially since he doesn’t remember much and still believes that she’s happily married. Daniel told the site, “we start the season with him ready to start anew.”
HollywoodLifers, did you tune into the season premiere of Witches? What do you suspect will come with Freddie? And are you Team Dash or Team Killian? Sound off below!
— Elizabeth Wagmeister