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The grim reaper will be paying a visit to Chance Harbor on The Secret Circle.
Now that John Blackwell (Joe Lando) has returned to town, the circle is in even more danger. And by the end of Thursday's episode, there will be with yet another death. (RIP, Nick) This week's outing also marks the reunion of Dawn (Natasha Henstridge) and Blackwell, who seem awfully friendly in the promos. Could Faye (Phoebe Tonkin) by the mysterious other Balcoin child? TVGuide.com turned to executive producer Andrew Miller to get the scoop:
Britt Robertson, Joe Lando
It's the moment The Secret Circle fans have been waiting for since the new CW series premiered: Cassie's father, the mysterious John Blackwell, is coming to Chance Harbor...
[Warning: This story contains spoilers from the midseason finale of The Secret Circle.]
The Secret Circle's midseason finale dropped one heck of a bomb: Cassie (Britt Robertson) is not the only...
The Secret Circle
Move over vampires: It's time for witches to shine.
Thursday marks the premiere of The Secret Circle, a fish-out-of-water tale about an orphaned girl who discovers she's part of a secret coven of young witches who are coming into their own and discovering their powers.
For those who haven't read the L.J. Smith novels the series is based on — and even if you have, the Kevin Williamson and Andrew Miller-produced CW show will be quite different — we asked the actors portraying the six witches of the coven about what's brewing with their characters. Let's meet the witches:
Chris Zylka is about to get wrapped up in The Secret Circle's coven, TVGuide.com has learned.
The Secret Circle: No crossovers with The Vampire Diaries
Based on the novels by L.J. Smith, the upcoming series centers on orphaned Cassie (Britt Robertson), who returns to her family's hometown to discover she is a member of a covert coven — including Phoebe Tonkin's Faye and Thomas Dekker's Adam. Zykla will play...
If you're hoping for a crossover between The Secret Circle and The Vampire Diaries, the CW's two supernatural series based on the L.J. Smith novels, you shouldn't hold your breath.
"I don't know if you'll see that crossover episode," Kevin Williamson, who is the executive producer of both shows, said with finality at CW's fall TV previews Thursday. "I didn't want this show to...
Fans of L.J. Smith's The Secret Circle novels will be pleased to learn that elements of her trilogy will live on in the new CW series. But just like with The Vampire Diaries, the producers have taken liberties in the show's creation.
An example? The Secret Circle (spoiler alert!) kills off someone who survived the entire book series within the first five minutes of the premiere. While that won't be the only difference from the source material, executive producer Kevin Williamson says they "hope to be as true to the story as we can."
Logan Browning has joined the cast of CW's new witchy series The Secret Circle, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Browning, best known for her role on TBS' Meet the Browns, will play...
Despite the positive buzz surrounding The CW's new fall supernatural drama Secret Circle, star Britt Robertson says she was nervous until she got word on an official pick-up.
"No matter how much buzz, you're always crossing your fingers and hoping for the best," she tells TVGuide.com. "I'm so excited to be a part of it and super glad it's actually happening and we're going to start shooting soon."
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Ioan Gruffudd and Sarah Michelle Gellar
The CW has released video previews of three of its new shows, including Sarah Michelle Gellar's drama Ringer, the supernatural series Secret Circle and Rachel Bilson's Southern drama Hart of Dixie.
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