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"Witches of East End" Season 2 Spoilers, Cast Updates: Story arc continues with more sex, death, and "new, sexy monster"

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July 27
9:42 PM 2014

Lifetime's hit drama TV series "Witches of East End" revealed several spoilers during the past San Diego Comic-Con last Thursday.

The panel, which was composed by the whole cast (Julia Ormond, Jenna Dewan-Tatum, Rachel Boston, Eric Winter, Daniel DiTomasso) and creators (Madchen Amick, Richard Hatem, Maggie Friendman), disclosed some of the in-demand spoilers the fans wanted - love story arc, sex, and death.

During the event, executive producer Maggie Friedman said that the premiere episode - emphasized on featuring a new creature (perhaps not a zombie, nor a vampire) - introduces a new "sexy monster" named "Mandragora", which they have planned thoroughly. "We wanted to create a new kind of monster, which I think we did," Friedman said.

According to Zap2It, the new creature Friedman was talking about was shown on an exclusive clip (Episode 5 clip to air on Aug. 2) during the conference that happened last Thursday. Joanna was seen discovering the milieu and reason of the monster's existence.

Meanwhile, rekindling of love could possibly be seen on the upcoming episodes as the same site reported a Frillian - Freya and Killian - action. In parting, Jenna Dewan Tatum said on the event, "It's coming," in which she followed with an abrupt statement of "Oh wait, can I say that?".

In addition to the romantic story arc of "WOEE", Aunt Wendy (Madchen Amick) is said to be finding a new love interest. Amick reveals, "There's a new tomcat on the prowl," - thus, pertaining to Tommy the EMT - "he may know how to pet a kitty." With her statement, do you think the new couple will show some skin during an intimate scene?

On other reports, flashbacks will hit the viewers on the next episodes where we "explore some past lives" and get the chance to know "some interesting history of the Beauchamp family."

Moreover, an American author is said to be featured on the TV series and a hint from International Business Times divulges, "He's responsible for writing the supernatural classic, "The Raven." We'll let the irony sink in..."

"Witches of East End" airs every Sundays at 9:00 pm EST on Lifetime. 

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