Set your alarm clock 'cause "the witching hour is coming."
Forget about orange, witches are the new black this fall TV season as three series centering on witches are set to debut in October, including Lifetime's Witches of East End, FX's American Horror Story: Coven and the CW's The Originals. We've conjured up your exclusive first look at Lifetime's highly-anticipated new drama Witches of East End, which stars Julia Ormond and Jenna Dewan Tatum as a mother-daughter witch duo brewing up a whole lot of trouble in the idyllic seaside town of East Haven.
The exclusive promo teases what fans can expect from the ten-episode freshman season, which premieres Oct. 6 on Lifetime. And yes, we're already counting down the days until its debut!
"Fate, revenge, sisters, sin, cursed, power, passion, desire," reads the juicy sneak peek at the new series, which is based on Melissa de la Cruz's best-selling novel of the same name.
Witches of East End centers on Ormond's Joanna Beauchamp and her two daughters Freya (Dewan-Tatum), a wild-child bartender, and Ingrid (Rachel Boston), a shy librarian, both of whom are unknowingly the family's next generation of witches. Also set to star in the highly-anticipated series are Eric Winter as Freya's rich playboy beau Dash, Daniel DiTomasso as Dash's enigmatic brother Killian, and Mädchen Amick as Joanna's estranged sister Wendy, who returns after learning of a new threat that could change the family's fate forever.
We're already under this new series' spell, so excuse us while we go watch the short-but-oh-so-seductive promo over and over again to soak in all the action.
Witches of East End premieres Sunday, Oct. 6 on Lifetime.