WGN America’s supernatural thriller, Salem, is back – and it seems to have slipped a notch. The season premiere, After the Fall, is slick and well crafted technically, but a little too predictable to really be effective.
In advance of Salem’s panel at comic-Con 2016, WGN America has released the first trailer for its supernatural hit series – and everything has gone to Hell in Salem.
Series stars Shane West, Janet Montgomery, Seth Gabel, Iddo Goldberg and Elise Eberle, along with Executive Producers Brannon Braga and Adam Simon, unleash the supernatural at San Diego Comic-Con 2016 on Friday, July 22nd.
Salem: Season Three premieres Halloween Week on WGN America. Check out the appropriately creepy trailer following the break.
After leaving us with a truly evil cliffhanger in the previous episode, the second season finale of Salem (WGN America, Sundays, 10/9C) finds justice being meted out – just not by the personage we might have expected it from.
The Witching Hour is a fast-paced, truly gloriously demented work of entertainment.
After this week there remains but one episode of Salem’s (WGN America, Sundays, 10/9C) second season, so it’s only right that everything should lead up to best cliffhanger moment of the season to date (yes, better even than when the Devil himself spoke to Cotton Mather and John Alden through young John).
Thanks to the Countess Marburg, Mary Sibley’s plans have gone awry and her command of Salem has become a desperate bid to save her son’s life. Now we see how the endgame shapes up. It ain’t pretty…
In “Salem“, the battle between Mary Sibley (Janet Montgomery) and Countess Marburg (Lucy Lawless) continues to heighten as Mary embraces her role as a mother. In the same token, John Alden (Shane West) is met with surprise as he reunites with Mary and realizes he has a son–with Mary. Jealousy and betrayal continue to rear its ugly head in the city of Salem. Janet Montgomery took time to talk with reporters about season 2 of “Salem”.