Lifetime has ordered 10 episodes of the witch based drama which is adapted from the novel by Melissa de la Cruz. "Mean Girls" director Mark Waters is directing as well as executive producing.
The series is set to premiere late 2013.
We’ve been thrilled about 'Witches of East End' and its powerful premise since the moment we bought the property, and our friends at Fox 21 helped develop it for television," Lifetime Networks' executive vice president, programming Rob Sharenow said of the pickup. "This is one of the most exciting ensemble casts we’ve seen and the whole show is fresh, original and just right for Lifetime