It is with a heavy heart that I report the passing of Witches of East End, a show too lacking in plot but too heavily in weird for this world. Oh, Witches of East End, what we will do without you to warm our cold Sunday nights?
If you're not watching The Witches of East End, I wouldn't say you're missing out, exactly. Sometimes, the show's a veritable cornucopia of ridiculous, over-the-top bits that are a delightful way to spend an hour. Sometimes, though, the show wanders and spins it wheels and attempts boring romance that is a waste of…
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Only two things (maybe three) happened that moved the plot along at all. Everything else was just a way of undoing everything that happened last week. We could have skipped half of last week's events and replaced them with what little happened this week. Then at least we wouldn't have burned this hour away uselessly.
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Witches of East End promised death this week, and yet, somehow, it wasn't at all fulfilling. It was diet death: Half the calories, half the taste. It was so light on the promised drama, we instead got a lot of slow-mo.
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Name any two characters on Witches of East End, and I'll tell you how their relationship is completely fucked. Because that was the theme of this week. That, and the appearance of James Marsters and Eddie McClintock. Welcome, genre stalwarts, to Witches of East End. It's ridiculous.
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