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Mar 2015
Daniel di Tomasso, TV Series, Witches of East End  •  By  •  0 Comments

Things are not looking good for ‘Witches of East End’. It’s been a few months now and there is still no word on whether the recently cancelled Lifetime show will be picked up by a different network or service. While that hardly guarantees anything, things are looking grim for the show.

Still, that hasn’t deterred the show’s very passionate fans. As organized in this blog, ‘Witches’ fans are attempting a last-minute rally in the form of online petitions, phone rallies, and passionately worded letters to network executives. As of this time, an online petition to save the show has garnered over 120,000 signatures, according to an article at Carter Matt.

As with every save-a-show campaign these days, the fans are also campaigning the streaming service Netflix to pick up the show. Netflix has as of late been rescuing shows such as ‘Longmire’ and has been quite active in developing content for its platform rather than relying on other networks for its content. It will still take a considerable amount of fan support for the show to be saved, but having Netflix as an additional candidate for a ‘Witches’ renewal is always a good thing.

For her part, the show’s producer Maggie Friedman continues to hold out hope for ‘Witches’ on her official Twitter account. The screenwriter and producer of ‘Witches of East End’ tweeted pictures of a Witches cast reunion and added the hashtag #RenewWitchesofEastEnd.

From the looks of the captured images, the cast of ‘Witches’ seem very happy together. Included in the photos are cast regulars Daniel di Tomasso, Eric Winter, Jenna Dewan Tatum, and many others.

Fans of the show are certainly doing their part in continuing to support the show and this continued optimistic stance from Friedman and company should assure them that the show’s creators are still passionate about the project. Head on over to this blog to find out how to show your support.


Jan 2015
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Our gallery has been update with 3 stills from the movie “Origami Fox”. Check them out.

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Dec 2014
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I have added 4 photos of Daniel di Tomasso at ‘Food Chains’ Premiere. Check them out.

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Dec 2014
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Our gallery has been updated with 5 photos from the event “TV Guide Magazine’s Hot List Party”. Check them out!

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Dec 2014
Daniel di Tomasso, Killian Gardiner, TV Series, Witches of East End  •  By  •  0 Comments

Last month, when Lifetime announced that it will be axing the supernatural television drama ‘Witches of East End’ just after being aired for two seasons, it came as a surprise to many. Now fans are keen to see the return for a third season – at least on some other network.

Substantiating its decision to cancel ‘Witches of East End’, Lifetime pointed out that the viewership of the show had declined considerably during its second season. Deadline stated that ‘Witches of East End’ Season 2 had an average viewership of just 1.1 million – a drop of 42 percent from the first season.

Meanwhile, taking a cue from the cancellation as well as the return of ‘Longmire’, fans of ‘Witches of East End’ are now demanding that the show be renewed for another season. In fact, fans of ‘Longmire’ were successful getting back their favorite show on the TV sets. They not only flooded the social media with their demands, but also signed petitions for the return of ‘Longmire’ and eventually Netflix picked the show up after A&E cancelled it after three seasons.

Continue reading at breathecast.com

Nov 2014
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1. It’s incredibly addictive. Witches of East End has tight and involving storylines that always leave you counting down the days for the next episode. Very few shows manage to achieve that.

2. It has four strong female lead characters. Even in 2014 there are far more shows with strong male leads than there are strong female leads. Witches of East End features four strong women each with their own unique traits, powers and personalities. The characterisation is strong in the show and it’s one of the things we love so much about it.

3. It’s incredible main cast. Every single member of the main cast is fantastic. Julia Ormond brings gravitas to the show, Jenna Dewan Tatum and Rachel Boston bring wide-eyed innocence and youth, and Madchen Amick brings plenty of comedy flourishes and a feisty performance. The chemistry between the four is brilliant and forms the heart of the show.

4. Frederick (Christian Cooke) and Wendy’s fates. As the season two finale drew to a close Frederick lay seemingly dead on the floor and Wendy appeared to be in hell after giving her life for Tommy’s (Ignacio Serricchio). Seriously they’re going to leave us hanging on those two?

5. The Gardiner brothers. Another aspect of the show we loved was the ongoing war between Dash and Killian (Daniel Di Tomasso). At the end of season two Dash swapped bodies with Killian leaving his brother trapped in prison whilst he deceived Freya. We want to see Freya figure it out and the knock-on effect of getting back into bed with her former fiancé without realising she’d done it.

Continue reading at Entertainment Focus

Nov 2014
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News came out yesterday that after two seasons the show “Witches of East End” on Lifetime has been canceled. Fans are not happy with this decision and will do anything they can to get it back. On Wednesday, Inquistr shared how fans are working hard to make them change their mind.

The viewers of this show are even threatening to boycott Lifetime totally if they don’t bring the show back. A petition on iPetitions talks about how much fans want a return. They are taking to Twitter with the hashtag #PetitionToRenewWitchesOfEastEnd to work on getting signatures. It already has over 15,000 signatures and is gaining more by the day.

Continue reading at Examiner.com