The ‘Witches’ ended their first season with two — possibly three — big deaths, and an even bigger arrival.
Freya’s (Jenna Dewan-Tatum) wedding day finally arrived on the Dec. 15 season finale of Lifetime’s Witches of East End, and the ceremony went off without a hitch! No, seriously, no one got hitched. Of course, Freya and Dash’s (Eric Winter) aborted nuptials were hardly the most surprising twist of the hour.
The first season’s penultimate episode found both Beauchamp sisters at a crossroad, and they’ve got some big decisions to make!
Desperate to restore her niece’s powers, Wendy (Mädchen Amick) turned to an unlikely ally on Witches of East End‘s Dec. 1 episode: the girls’ father, Victor! And even though the Beauchamps’ family reunion got off to a fairly rocky start — Freya (Jenna Dewan-Tatum) almost died, and Ingrid (Rachel Boston) gave dear ol’ dad the brush-off — it was a freakin’ picnic compared to what Penelope (Virginia Madsen) has in store for everyone.
The past and present collided — as they often do — putting Freya’s marriage, and life, in jeopardy.
I’ve always figured there was more to Freya’s (Jenna Dewan-Tatum) future monster-in-law Penelope (Virginia Madsen) than meets the eye, and on the Nov. 10 episode of Witches of East End, we finally learned what that is — even if the Beauchamps have absolutely no idea. It turns out Dash (Eric Winter) and Killian’s (Daniel di Tomasso) mom has close ties to Freya’s family, and if her stink-eye at the end of the hour was any indication, she’s got something nasty cooking. Not that’s Penelope’s not always in a constant state of stink-eye, because she definitely is.