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It seems that we just can’t get enough of the supernatural world and now WE tv is jumping on the bandwagon with their own original supernatural thriller, “South of Hell”. The series has been given an eight-episode order for a 2015 premiere and comes from two of the top horror producers, Jason Blum and Eli Roth, in their first pairing.
A supernatural thriller set in Savannah, GA, South Of Hell focuses on Maria Abascal, a demon hunter whose power stems from within. The premiere episode will be directed by Roth (Hostel). “As WE tv moves firmly into scripted programming, we are committed to presenting distinctive and engaging stories,” said WE tv President Marc Juris. “That is certainly the case with South Of Hell, a dramatic thriller that introduces viewers to an unforgettable character, supernatural themes and the battle between good and evil.” The premiere episode was written by Matt Lambert. James Manos Jr. (Dexter) is executive producer and showrunner. Blum of Blumhouse Prods (Insidious) also serves as executive producer, along with Gerard Bocaccio, who worked at Blumhouse; Sonar’s former CEO Stewart Till; his replacement, Gene Stein; and Roth.
The synopsis for the show reads:
Charleston, South Carolina is the most possessed city in the world. Evil thrives there. Something with which 30-year-old exorcist Maria Abascal is intimately acquainted. She wrestles demons for a living. Especially Abigail, the one that lives within her. The one who feeds on damned souls and who’s violated the laws of hell to live on earth—and live on, inside Maria. Now, as they work as one, Maria will discover how personal her battle with evil has become and how far Abigail will go to protect them both. It’s a journey where the unspeakable is just a heartbeat away.
WE tv recently announced the cast of “South of Hell,” led by actress Mena Suvari in the dual role of Maria Abascal and her inner demon, Abigail. The cast also includes: Zachary Booth as David Abascal, Maria’s brother; Bill Irwin as Enos Abascal, Maria and David’s father and cult leader; Drew Moerlein as Dusty, Maria’s neighbor; Lamman Rucker as Rev. Elijah Bledsoe, a priest with a strong attraction to Maria,; Paulina Singer as the Reverend’s daughter, Grace; Lydia Hearst as southern belle Charlotte Roberts; Slate Holmgren as the local drug dealer, Sweetmouth; and Lauren Velez as Tetra, a spiritual informant.
It seems there is a new show featuring witches starting up next year.
Hallmark Channel announces the two-hour World Premiere event of Good Witch, a Hallmark Channel Original Primetime Series, Saturday, February 28, 2015 (8 p.m. ET/PT, 7C). The enchanting new series will have viewers spellbound with Catherine Bell (Army Wives, JAG, Bruce Almighty), who returns to the network as audiences’ beloved ‘good witch’ Cassie Nightingale, alongside series regulars Bailee Madison (Northpole, Just Go With It, The Fosters) and Golden Globe® Award and two-time Screen Actors Guild Award winner James Denton (Desperate Housewives).
Good Witch will take viewers on a new magical journey with Cassie Nightingale (Bell) and her bright, young-teenage daughter Grace (Madison), who shares her mom’s special intuitive charm. When Sam, a doctor (Denton), and his teenage son move in next door to Grey House, they are immediately charmed by the ‘magical’ mother-daughter duo and wonder is it really magic, a lucky coincidence or just a special intuitive insight only this family possesses? Based on the network’s most successful Original Movie franchise of all time, “Good Witch” will inspire with each intriguing episode and will have viewers immediately charmed by the quaint town of Middleton – which is in store for new changes, big surprises, and, of course, a little bit of magic!
Fall in love again with Bella, Edward and Jacob when the epic trilogy, The Twilight Saga: Extended Editions Triple Feature arrives on Blu-ray (plus Digital HD) and DVD (plus Digital) January 13th from Summit Entertainment, a LIONSGATE company. This definitive collection of Twilight, New Moon and Eclipse have been re-edited to include deleted scenes in all-new extended versions of the films. The Twilight Saga: Extended Editions Triple Feature will be available on Blu-ray and DVD for the suggested retail price of $24.99 and $19.98 respectively.
The epic romantic series following Bella, Edward and Jacob now returns with formerly deleted scenes added back in. Relive the moment when Bella and Edward first met and watch Jacob’s transformation from a lovelorn teenager into a fearsome shapeshifting wolf in these brand new extended versions.
Who knew that Joanna’s season-finale mantra “this ends now” would translate into a series cancellation for Witches of East End? According to Aunt Wendy’s loving fans and countless supernatural die-hards, hardly anyone expected the show to be axed.
Disappointed fans have launched a campaign to save the show, complete with hashtag (#RenewWitchesOfEastEnd) and online petition, which Channing Tatum has even reportedly signed. Even Witches of East End book series author Melissa de la Cruz is talking with show producers to see if she can incorporate the season 2 storylines into her next spinoff series. This gives fans a bit of hope for closure, especially since we were left with so many cliffhangers. Here is a roundup of all the season/series finale questions that demand answers.
Ingrid learns that the Beauchamp women have extra special powers and dear old grandpa is itching to steal them. Freya is the traveler, Ingrid is the key, Joanna is the dagger, and Wendy is the bridge. Do these unique gifts have something to do with Asgard? Perhaps Ingrid is the key to the Asgardian door, Freya is the transportation, Joanna is the brute force in case they run into trouble (likely), and Wendy is the bridge to get back home. More importantly, will they bring Thor back with them? Everyone knows he loves humans.
Detective Raven is onto Dash. She presumably stole Archibald Browning’s dark and twisty journals that Ingrid reconstituted from ashes. Raven knows that Archie was dabbling in some pretty sick stuff, and she wonders how Dash could be so comfortable living in the middle of all the weirdness. Does Raven know that Dash has powers? Does this make her naughty freak flag fly? Is she a member of the supernatural world or just a groupie? Your guess is as good as mine.
What to Expect
In other cliffhanger news, INGRID IS PREGNANT! It could be Dash’s baby. It could be the ‘Mandragoras. Should we make up a word for the half-human and distant cousin of the blue people in Avatar? Are we going to have to wait for the birth to see if it has rage issues or a tail? Inquiring minds want to know.
Stock Up on Vervain
A season finale wouldn’t be complete without the possible death of a main character. Poor Freddie drew that short stick. A dagger in the gut is a hard way to go, but it’s even more creepy when the murderer leaves a lovely message written in blood next to the body: “Death to witches.” Earlier Freddie healed himself from a stab wound affectionately delivered by his deranged grandfather. Could Freddie heal himself again? That’s a mighty big pool of blood around his listless body. Is he really dead? And who is the witch hater? Perhaps a vampire clan? Will they have hot bodies and glisten in the sun? I could get behind that.
Say You, Say Me
We also learned that one of Freya’s gifts is to recognize Killian’s soul when it’s in another incarnation. This should come in handy since Dash used the evil magic he memorized from the dark and twisty journals to SWITCH BODIES WITH KILLIAN. Setting Killian up for a murder Dash committed is definitely not a lesson in brotherhood, but to then suck face with his soul mate who quite literally just woke him up from the dead using true love’s kiss? That’s just uncool. How long will it take for Freya to figure out that Killian is really Dash? We may never know.
The Beauchamp women throw down with Daddy Dearest and he vanishes, leaving Tommy’s shell of a body dead on the ground. Full of guilt and in a moment of completely selflessness, Aunt Wendy transfers her last life into Tommy’s body. Her necklace turns black. Aunt Wendy fans everywhere scream in protest. Moments later, she wakes up in a sea of fire. A figure emerges from the shadows to deliver a single line: “Good to see you again, sister.” Spoiler alert: The sister is not Joanna. Second spoiler: We may never know anything about the secret Beauchamp who lives in the underworld.
What are your theories behind the season 2 cliffhangers? Do you think Witches of East End has a shot of coming back for season 3? Would you like to see the Beauchamps travel to Asgard? Are you pumped Hot Tommy is alive again?