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”.
Salem (WGN America, Sundays, 10/9C) has, over the course of its two seasons, been about many things – political expedience, the price of love (and hate), and even the nature of good and evil. Mostly, though, it’s about the love of parents for their child – and the way that might interfere from the conquest of the New World.
Arousal is the beginning of all magic, we are reminded as WGN America’s Salem (Sundays, 10/9C) builds towards a big finish to its second season.
Mary Sibley and Countess Marburg continue to feign allegiance, each to the other – as they scheme to achieve dominance over each other – and new allegiances are born in this week’s episode, Dead Birds.
The second season of WGN America’s first scripted hit series, Salem is nearly upon us. The second season premiere is Sunday April 5th (10/9C) – and if you’re not up-to-date on the series, the network will marathon it on Saturday, April 4 from 7a.m./6C — 8/7 ET.
To help get you in the proper mood, follow the jump for the newly released extended Season Two teaser.
Season Two of WGN America’s supernatural hit, Salem, launches in April. In the meantime, the network has released four very cool, very disturbing pieces of key art to tantalize fans. The posters feature Mary Sibley (above), Tituba, Anne Hale and Mercy Lewis (after the jump).