The second season of “Witches of East End” has certainly had its fair share of surprises. Not only that, but we have literally seen character deaths, resurrections, resurrections of really old characters, and also plenty of spell-casting and trouble making.
So where does this story look to go from here? That is something that we hope to answer right now, since next week, the network is airing the final two episodes of the season at once. Think of this as a great way to double up on stories, and to also avoid airing against a whole lot more of a fall season.
“Box to the Future” – “Joanna is about to retrieve the Anima Aucupe, but, unbeknownst to her, Nikolaus has sent Tarkoff back in time to stop her. Back in the present, Frederick has become suspicious of Ingrid’s intentions and worries that Dash may be involved. Nikolaus remembers Dash from his former life – Bastian – and decides to pay him a visit. Meanwhile, Wendy and Freya have lost the key needed to return to the present and frantically retrace their steps. Once opened, the time travel portal is only open for 12 hours, and after that, it disappears… stranding those who don’t return and damning them to a painful death.”
“For Whom the Spell Tolls” – “With Joanna held under Tarkoff’s spell, it’s up to Wendy and Freya to save her and find a way out of the past now that the portal has closed. Ingrid is still being held captive by Nikolaus and is horrified when she learns the real reason for wanting his family back together. Frederick may be her only hope, but she still isn’t sure where his true allegiances lie. They’ll need to work together and pull all available resources, including Dash, to help Joanna and the others return home and kill Nikolaus once and for all. Meanwhile, Dash has worries of his own as Raven closes in on finding Kyle Hutton’s killer.”
So what does the future hold for the series? At the moment, we still feel fairly confident that the show is going to be back for a third season, given its popularity and also the recent renewal of “Devious Maids.” These shows could use a little more publicity, but they have Lifetime heading in a consistent direction once again.
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