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Category: The Witches of East End

Although Witches of East End was canceled after only two seasons in November, the major social media buzz from fans could help revive the series.

Witches of East End - Episode 2.09 - Smells Like King Spirit - Promotional Photo

Madchen Amick, who played Aunt Wendy on the Lifetime series, revealed what could lie ahead for the show amid its cancellation and that includes finding a new network.

“I was told directly from FOX that after the cancellation, if there was enough social media buzz, that at that point, they could shop the show around to other networks,” Amick told Enstars exclusively. “And that they – both Lifetime and FOX – were very surprised that immediate reaction from the fans and how quickly they organized and made a really big buzz about how unhappy they were at that cancellation.”

Fans continue to make a big effort to bring the show back by uploading YouTube videos, posting Twitter hashtags and signing an online petition, which has more than 84,000 signatures to date. Amick said executives were really taken aback by the strong response from the fans.

“They said that what’s so unique about our show is that it was this immediate and passionate reaction, and they just immediately organized and just started to petition – well actually, they started to petition before we heard if we were picked up or not, they really were hoping that we were gonna get renewed,” she said.

Amick pointed out that Lifetime could potentially reverse its decision and bring the show back, but FOX owns the licensing, giving it power to place it elsewhere. She said fans should continue their efforts because they certainly have the power to persuade another network to pick up the series if Lifetime doesn’t change its mind.

She also explained what she believes may be one of the reasons the supernatural drama didn’t survive as long as it could have.

“People just don’t sit down and watch shows live anymore. They DVR it, they stream it, they watch it on Netflix or iTunes,” the actress said. “It’s just unfortunate that a network only makes their profit off of live viewership because their hands are tied by advertisers. They may believe in the show and want it to continue, but they just unfortunately can’t afford it.”

If Witches is lucky enough to be renewed for a third season, Amick mentioned one important event she hopes will occur for her character.

“Well, first and foremost, I think it’s really important we get Wendy out of Hell!” she said with a laugh.

Considering that the fans are doing everything they can to revive the series, Amick also wants the potential new storyline to appease them.

“I think there would be a lot of effort put into what the fans are passionate about,” she said. “They’ve really created a voice and so I really would hope that whatever kind of platform we would go to that they would really take into consideration what the fans are rooting for.”

Yet, if the show does not come back for new episodes, that doesn’t necessarily mean there won’t be any closure. There’s potential for a finale on Lifetime or perhaps something that the cast members will put together on an iPhone, Amick said.

“I’d love it if Lifetime decided to do like a last two-hour movie finale to wrap everything up because we really did leave some crazy cliffhangers, that’s really not fair to the fans and it’s not fair to us,” Amick said. “We feel like we didn’t have closure.”

“How fun would that be to do a Witches movie to just close everything up?” the actress added. “But if not, you’ll probably see us witches and warlocks being something very cheeky for the fans directly.”

As theories continue on what lies ahead for the series, Amick said she hopes fans will remember the show in a special way if it’s truly the end for the Beauchamp family and the guys.

“I hope it’s going to be remembered for, ‘Oh, remember that great witches show with those four strong female characters that was just kick-a**? It’s too bad that didn’t go any longer,'” she said. “I hope it’s sort of that kind of feeling.”

Date: December 9th | Category: Cast, Interviews, The Witches of East End
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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.

Power Play
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.

Cuff Him
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.

Nine Lives
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?


Date: November 10th | Category: Articles, General, The Witches of East End
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Fans of Lifetime’s Witches of East End, based on the book series by Melissa de la Cruz, haven’t given up hope that they’ll see the Beauchamp family again after the network canceled the show Nov. 4. But if the online petitions and multiple hashtags don’t work to resurrect the drama—fans are mobilizing Nov. 6 to trend #RenewWitchesOfEastEnd from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m.—de la Cruz might be able to ease the pain of those unresolved cliffhangers.

On July 14, Putnam will publish the first book in the YA spinoff series. Triple Moon: Summer on East End, set 10 years after Winds of Salem, introduces two new teen witches, Mardi and Molly Overbrook, the twin daughters of Troy Overbrook (Thor). They’re sent to live with their “Aunt” Ingrid Beauchamp in North Hampton, after they cause a terrible accident at their old high school. As Ingrid teaches them to control their magical impulses so the White Council won’t exile them to Limbo, the girls meet the younger Gardiner boys and spend the summer learning how to grow up, how to love, and how to be a family.

Since other characters from the Witches of East End book and TV series make appearances in Triple Moon, including Freya and Killian Gardiner, de la Cruz sees a unique opportunity. “I have asked producers if there is no hope for the show, if I can weave in some of the cliffhangers from season two so I can resolve them and bring closure,” she tells EW, emailing from a plane on her way to Yallfest to promote Heart of Dread: Stolen, the sequel to Frozen, out Nov. 18. “I have an idea on how to do it, but we’ll see. It’s a legal issue so it might not be able to fly.”

The fan response to the show’s cancellation has been “a great comfort,” she adds. “I have no idea if it will make a difference, but who knows? It’s amazing to hear from so many people who love the show.”

De la Cruz is also currently developing her historical fantasy book The Ring and the Crown into a TV show with Debra Fisher, who was a writer and producer on Witches of East End. “It’s another great show about four strong women in a magical world! It’s so much fun and so sexy!” she says.

Her Disney book, Isle of the Lost: A Descendants novel is out May 5, 2015, with a Disney Channel original movie to follow in August.


Date: November 7th | Category: Articles, Authors, The Witches of East End
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Witches of East End finished up its second season last Sunday with an explosive double episode that contained more twists than you can shake a broomstick at! Executive producer Maggie Friedman spoke with TV Line and explained the finale’s biggest twists, then previews what we can expect should Lifetime grant this incredibly deserving show a third season:

TVLINE | Let’s start with Ingrid. Holy crap. Are we getting a “Who’s the Daddy: Dash or Mandragora” storyline?
Yes, exactly. She doesn’t know, so that’s going to be a big mystery when (I hope) we begin Season 3. That’s something Ingrid will have to deal with: Who’s the father of this baby?

TVLINE | Does her family even know she had sex with Dash?
No! And that’s another thing. There was tension between her and Freya already, and that’s just when Ingrid went on a date with Dash; nobody knows she had sex with him, too. That will be an interesting reckoning, as well.

TVLINE | Moving to potential baby daddy Dash, who is just the worst, what’s his endgame?
Well, that’ll have to unfold in Season 3. It’s interesting because he’s been very bitter to Freya, but on the other hand, she jilted him and he did love her. So he has a very good opportunity to really f—k with her while she doesn’t know who he is.

TVLINE | And the King — is he dead dead? Or is he just gone for now?
You never know with this show, obviously, but his spirit was driven away and vanquished. We can do any number of things, which is the beauty of magic. For now, let’s say he’s dead; we have other villains to deal with in the future, and there will be some formidable opponents coming up.

TVLINE | One of those being the woman who killed Frederick. Am I crazy for assuming that was Raven?
I’m not allowed to say, but someone did murder Frederick and write “Death to witches” in his blood. So let’s just say there’s a witch hunter out there who’s going to cause some problems for the family. I leave it up to you to infer whose boots those were.

TVLINE | Whether that was Raven or not, I want to see more of her in the future. The scenes between her and Dash were ridiculous and so fun to watch.
I know! [Eric Winter and Sarah Lancaster] actually know each other in real life, so they felt very comfortable. They had so much fun with it, and it was great to see that side of Dash coming out. I mean, he’s a stud, what can I say? Plus, she’s a badass! I love Raven.

TVLINE | OK, now let’s talk about that final shot of Wendy.
We shot that outside at like two in the morning. They built this huge pool with flame bars around it, and it was so cool to watch that sequence. Mädchen looked gorgeous, of course.

TVLINE | And we’re finally meeting the other sister!
Yes, her name is Helena and she lives hell, don’t ya know. We almost called the finale “Highway to Helena,” but we didn’t. [Editor’s note: They should have.] She’s the Gatherer! We set it up in Episode 2 this season, when Ingrid found that book with all of the women in it — Ingrid’s the Key, Freya’s the Traveler, Joanna’s the Dagger and Wendy’s the Bridge — and then she saw a veiled face that said “the Gatherer.” She didn’t know who it was, but it’s Helena; she lives in the Underworld and she gathers souls. She’s Wendy and Joanna’s sister.

TVLINE | Let’s say we move into a third season; do you have any actresses in your head for Helena?
Ooohh yes. There’s an actress we would reference in the writers’ room a lot when we would talk about this character, and who we’d want her to be, should we be so lucky as to have a Season 3. We’re not sure if we could get her, but the great thing is that there are so many amazing actresses in Julia and Mädchen’s peer group who would be fabulous. It’s going to be a fun role, so I hope we’re able to write it!

TVLINE | How do you envision that reunion going between Wendy and Helena?
Wendy’s going to get tested down there. It’s going to be a tough journey for her as she resolves some things with her sister. I think it’s going to be really fun. We have a lot of cool ideas about how the family is going to go on and what they’re going to do.

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