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'Witches of East End' Season 2: Steven Berkoff and Ignacio Serricchio join cast

Ignacio Serricchio joins cast of "Witches of East End"
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It seems like it has been an eternity since “Witches of East End” has been on. The Season 1 finale left fans with plenty of questions, and it looks like several of them will be answered during Season 2. Casting news has been trickling in slowly. According to a May 23 report from International Business Times, Steven Berkoff has been cast to play the leader of Asgard, King Nikolaus. Berkoff is officially labeled as a recurring character for Season 2.

The casting news makes “Witches of East End” fans incredibly excited. Rumors have been floating about the setting being Asgard for Season 2, and this is all but an official confirmation. All of the ladies will be returning to face King Nikolaus. Fans shouldn't expect a happy family reunion at all. Joanna is still going to be recovering from the poison in her blood, so things will be a little on the chaotic side for Freya and Ingrid. With the demise of Penelope, Dash and Killian will regain their powers as warlocks.

Twitter has been buzzing for a little over a month about the “Witches of East End” casting news. Ignacio Serricchio will be joining the show for Season 2 as well. There has not been a name associated with Serricchio yet, but speculation is that he may be a former love interest of either Freya or Ingrid. The question about his loyalty will be answered as the story plays out, but fans are hoping he will be one of the good guys.

Season 2 of “Witches of East End” premieres on the Lifetime network Sunday, July 6. Fans are excited to see their favorite witches back on the small screen. There are so many wants and hopes for Season 2, and fans are counting on many of them to come true. Will Aunt Wendy survive the entire duration of the second season on only one life? Will Joanna get cured of the poison wreaking havoc through her body?

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