Nothing like a good game of "So True, So False" to uncover the truth.
"It'd be weird if he was like, ‘Ah, I'm cool with it, do whatever,' you know?" laughed the Witches of East End star, who found herself in a steamy love triangle in season one and will be searching for her soul mate (literally, he's MIA) when season two premieres July 11 on Lifetime. "It's never fun [shooting love scenes], but you just get really used to it, it's weird."
But can Channing, who seems like a supportive Hollywood hubby if there ever was one, handle watching the finished product?