'Tis the season of witches!
Not 1, not 2, but 3 new series debuting this fall focus on witches and we must confess, we can't get enough! Seriously, we've been wearing all black and are strongly considering adopting a black cat. But we digress! The Originals premiered on the CW earlier this week and American Horror Story: Coven makes its frightful debut this Wednesday, but tonight was all about Lifetime's Witches of East End, a sexy and spooky drama focusing on a family of cursed witches.
Starring Julia Ormond, Jenna Dewan-Tatum and Rachel Boston as a mother and her two daughters who don't know they are witches, Lifetime was hoping the trio was able to put a spell on you. So we want to know: Will you keep watching The Witches of East End?
Joanna Beauchamp (Ormond) has a pretty sucky fate, y'all: She's watched her daughters die countless times over. Of course, they always come back. This time around, Joanna has kept the family's witchy gene a secret from Freya (Dewan-Tatum), a wild-child bartender, and Ingrid (Boston), a quiet librarian, hoping she can protect them from the curse. Too bad there's a new threat coming up against the Beauchamps that can alter the family's fate forever. Enter: Joanna's estranged sister Wendy (Mädchen Amick), who returns to town to warn Joanna and help teach the girls how to use their powers. Her curse? She can turn into a cat and has 9 lives! (She's still got a few left.)
Another thing Witches has going for it, aside from the magic and mythology? Romance, including a love triangle between Freya and two brothers: Her fiancé Dash (Eric Winter), a rich playboy doctor, and his mysterious brother Killian (Daniel DiTomasso), who Freya feels an immediate connection to when he comes back to town. But Ingrid's also got a hot love interest in the form of Grey's Anatomy's Jason George as Adam, a local detective she shares history with. Too bad he arrested her mother for murder by episode's end!
Now we want to hear from you: Vote in our latest Save It or Sink It poll below and then head on down to the comments to tell us how you felt about Lifetime's latest brew Witches of East End...