Britt Robertson & Thomas Dekker – The Secret Circle Witness Promo Photos
CW‘s The Secret Circle has come back from winter break and we have a new batch of their photos for the upcoming episode. “Witness” shows us that the circle is still in danger and Cassie isn’t safe at all. With her next up to die in a similar death as her father, they need to seek out the truth. But can they do it without it being too deadly? You will find the photos down below, and now for the official listing.
JAKE RETURNS AND OFFERS CASSIE THE CHANCE TO FIND OUT WHAT HAPPENED 16 YEARS AGO — Jake (Chris Zylka) returns to Chance Harbor to warn Cassie (Britt Robertson) that unless they find out how her father was killed in the boat fire 16 years ago, she’ll meet with the same death. He suggests an extremely dangerous method to finally uncover what happened on that fateful day, but Adam (Thomas Dekker) and Diana (Shelley Hennig) suspect he has ulterior motives. In an effort to usurp the other, both Charles (Gale Harold) and Dawn (Natasha Henstridge) try to get Ethan (Adam Harrington) on board as an ally. Faye (Phoebe Tonkin) gets trapped in a dangerous situation when one of Lee’s (guest star Grey Damon) friends, Callum (guest star Michael Graziadei) stops by the shop. Jessica Parker Kennedy also stars. Eagle Egilsson directed the episode written by Dana Baratta (#112).
I don’t think Cassie is very smart if she keeps falling for these tricks. I wish they would have made her more aware of these dumb choices she makes. I am hoping that if this show is picked up for a second season that the writers at least give Cassie a new chance at being wiser and seeing the world for what it really is. I know that I am likely the only one who feels this way, but does she really need to be saved all the time? They need a show like Buffy the Vampire Slayer to show kids today again that it is okay to be wise.
How do you feel about the show’s direction? I feel as if it could be stronger if they just made some of the characters stronger. The storylines seem decent, but to make one of the leads so naïve is just plain wrong when they provided her with powers. It sort of goes against her being a witch in my opinion. Plus with her being in the circle, cannot rest of her circle prevent her from making the wrong choices? I just find the idea flawed in more than one way.
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