Witches Of East End
‘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)!
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.
Watch our exclusive preview of the ‘Witches’ finale, then drop a comment with your theories: What’s to become of the Beauchamps?
Freya’s (Jenna Dewan-Tatum) wedding day finally arrives on the season finale of Lifetime’s Witches of East End, and “stressful” doesn’t even begin to describe the vibe at Chez Beauchamp. In this first-look clip from the Dec. 15 episode, obtained exclusively by HollywoodLife.com, Joanna (Julia Ormond) and Wendy (Mädchen Amick) devise a supernatural plan to make it through Freya’s big day in one piece. Good luck, ladies!
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.
Plus, Freya’s worst fear is realized and Athena puts a plan into action.
The truth about Freya (Jenna Dewan-Tatum) and Killian’s (Daniel di Tomasso) engagement-party kiss finally came out on Witches of East End‘s Nov. 17 episode, and honestly, I didn’t even feel badly when Dash (Eric Winter) ditched Freya for London. Weird magical destiny or not, she did him wrong and deserves to face the consequences. Besides, if Freya went to London with Dash, they’d have to change the title to Witches of West End — and that’d just be crazy.
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.
This week’s episode put the ‘ex’ in ‘hex,’ as Freya was forced to confront the last girl who came between Dash & Killian.
The Beauchamp ladies were visited by the ghosts of lovers past on Witches of East End‘s Nov. 3 episode, one good — Ingrid (Rachel Boston) conjured Adam’s (Jason George) spirit to help cope with his death — and one very, very evil. The worst part? Getting rid of the other-worldly troublemaker also meant leaving Ingrid devastated.
Plus, Joanna comes face to face with her shifter enemy — well, one of them anyway!
Fate finally reared its ugly head on Witches of East End‘s Oct. 27 episode, claiming the victim of Ingrid’s (Rachel Boston) resurrection spell. But perhaps the most tragic part of all: It was exactly who we all thought it was going to be, even if the episode did pull a bit of a bait and switch at the last minute.
We finally got a glimpse at the person terrorizing the Beauchamp family… even if we still no clue who they are.
The Beauchamp ladies had a lot to learn on the Oct. 20 episode of Witches of East End. Wendy (Mädchen Amick) taught the girls what they’re truly capable of; Freya (Jenna Dewan-Tatum) learned about her fiancé’s deep, dark secret; and I think we figured out who’s going to die as a result of Ingrid’s (Rachel Boston) resurrection spell.
But ‘Operation: Save Channing Tatum’s Wife’ comes with a few strings attached. Someone’s about to die!
Witches of East End‘s Oct. 13 episode tied up most of the loose ends left by last week’s premiere — Freya (Jenna Dewan Tatum) was freed from the painting, Ingrid (Rachel Boston) brought Wendy (Mädchen Amick) back to life, and Joanna (Julia Ormond) was released on bail — but the Beauchamps still had a little digging to do before they could kiss their worries goodbye. More specifically, they had a little grave digging to do.
Did you fall under the spell of Lifetime’s other-worldly new drama? Give us your review of the series premiere!
The witching hour… is here! Lifetime’s new series Witches of East End premiered Oct. 6, thrusting viewers into the supernatural drama of the Beauchamp family. Matriarch Joanna (Julia Ormond) intended on raising her daughters magic-free, but the arrival — or, rather, the return — of a sinister force, hellbent on taking down every last Beauchamp, threw an epic monkey wrench in that plan.
Rachel tells HollywoodLife.com what she loves about her bewitching new role — and no, it’s not just getting to hang out with Channing Tatum.
It’s a damn good time to be a witch on TV, and few know that better than the stars of Lifetime’s Witches of East End, which premieres Oct. 6 at 10 p.m. The enchanting series — which made our list of this year’s top 10 new fall shows — tells the story of two seemingly ordinary sisters, whose lives are turned upside down when their magical heritage is suddenly revealed to them. HollywoodLife.com chatted with Rachel Boston, who plays “practical” sister Ingrid, for all the on-and-off-set scoop.
Jenna Dewan-Tatum & Eric Winter look so happy in our exclusive first-look photo — but how long will the good times roll once Jenna’s character has her world turned upside down by a supernatural family secret?
The witching hour is approaching! Lifetime’s spellbinding new series Witches of East End premieres in exactly one month — the pilot airs Oct. 6 at 10 p.m. — and HollywoodLife.com has an exclusive first look at the first episode. The photo features Freya (Jenna Dewan-Tatum) and Dash (Eric Winter) celebrating their engagement at Fair Haven mansion; of course, this being a show about witches, things quickly go south for the ‘happy’ couple.
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