Witches of East End: Season 2 (2014)



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Season 2 of this supernatural series, based on the novel by Melissa de la Cruz, introduces a new member of the Beauchamp family: Frederick (Christian Cooke), twin brother of Freya (Jenna Dewan Tatum). While most of the family warm up to him, Wendy (Mädchen Amick) remains leery. Elsewhere, a pair of twins, once old friends of Frederick, go hunting for the Asgard portal key and will stop at nothing to retrieve it, even assaulting Frederick's new family. Also, a mysterious beast surfaces, resulting in a series of bizarre attacks that put the Beauchamps in further danger.

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Critic Reviews for Witches of East End Season 2

All Critics (5) | Top Critics (2)

Season 1 of Witches of East End, while I grew to love it, was almost never able to put up episodes that stood on their own. And the premiere of season 2 exemplifies that problem.

Mar 19, 2019 | Full Review…

The Beauchamps are back and fighting evil in East End once again. However, Season 2 of "Witches of East End" is making it a little harder to tell who is a friend to the witches ... and who is an enemy.

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One peek at the first episode shows that it's still an unsatisfying mix of gossipy girls and unexplainable effects. Also, at one point they all have third eyes, which will increase their mascara budget by 50 percent.

Jul 7, 2014 | Full Review…

Coming off the heels of that first season, it's a big step in the right direction. It really is for the best that Witches Of East End is no longer "supernatural horses**t."

Mar 19, 2019 | Rating: B- | Full Review…

It combines all of the aspects of some favorite witch entertainment, including Charmed and Practical Magic, with extra doses of soapy drama and gorgeous characters. The buildup to season 2 has set the bar fairly high.

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Audience Reviews for Witches of East End: Season 2


Lifetime's supernatural drama Witches of East End delivers an impressive second season that's intense and exciting. In the wake of Freya calling off her wedding and the seam breach the Beauchamps discover that their long lost brother has crossed over from Asgard; meanwhile Dash and Killian Gardiner begins to realize their powers. The cast seems to be more comfortable with their characters and give better performances this season; particularly Madchen Amick and Eric Winter. And, there are some nice additions to the recurring cast; including James Marsters and Sarah Lancaster. Also, the writers do a good job at using the serialized format to build suspense and mystery over multiple episode arcs. Taking the series in a new and interesting direction, Season 2 of Witches of East End is entertaining and full of intrigue.


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