“Witches of East End” will return to Lifetime with a brand-new episode on Sunday, July 27, at 9 p.m. EDT. And according to the synopsis of “The Brothers Grimoire,” fans will be in for a drama-packed episode 4 -- starting with the reunion of Dash and Killian.
In episode 3, Freya booked a flight to Santa Domingo to find her one true love who mysteriously vanished in the Season 1 finale. But all she discovered was Killian’s arms wrapped around a woman named Eva – who also happened to be his newly wedded wife. Freya put her own feelings on hold and decided to break the news about the death of Killian’s mother. With the startling revelation, Killian and Eva packed their bags for East End.
When Killian did return, his brother thought he was just another pesky apparition. Dash has been having visions of his supposed dead brother dancing around his head and home. One Killian-like spirit even convinced Dash to “take care” of the blackmailer, Kyle Hutton, who had been threatening him with the secret that he had killed his brother.
But to Dash’s surprise Killian is alive, well and sitting at his piano. So what’s next for the warlock duo? According to reports, Dash and Killian will be receiving their inheritance in episode 4, which is said to yield “interesting results.” What could that mean? Will the brothers be surprised with even more powers in “Brothers Grimoire”?
The synopsis for episode 4 also suggests that Wendy will have her fair share of surprises when she bumps into her current crush, Tommy.
“Wendy and Tommy have a disastrous series of meetings,” the summary teases. Thank goodness Tommy is an EMT!
But the most alluring aspect of episode 4 is that planet earth will be visited by even more witches and warlocks from Asgard when “old friends of Frederick’s make an unwelcome visit to Fair Haven.” Looks like Joanna, Wendy, Ingrid and Freya will have even more drama on their hands than they originally anticipated.
What are you predictions for episode 4? Do you think Frederick’s friends have something to do with his father getting captured or the two deaths in East End? Sound off with your theories in the comments section below and don’t forget to tune into “Witches of East End” when the Lifetime series airs Sunday, July 27, at 9 p.m. EDT.