All good things must come to an end -- including Season 2 of our favorite supernatural series, “Witches of East End.” On Sunday, the hit Lifetime show will air a special two-hour season finale. Mark your calendars now, because rumor has it that episode 12, “Box to the Future,” and episode 13, “For Whom the Spell Tolls,” will leave viewers and one Beauchamp breathless by the final moments.
The synopsis for the Season 2 finale revealed that one of our favorite witches or warlocks would meet their demise in the final episode of Season 2. But which witch is which? Before we dive into our theories of who could possibly get killed off, here’s a look into what’s anticipated to go down next week:
The two-hour “WOEE” Season 2 finale will take place in both the present day and the 1840s, which is where Joanna (Julia Ormond), Wendy (Madchen Amick) and Freya (Jenna Dewan Tatum) are currently located. The girls are searching for a weapon powerful enough to kill the king (Steven Berkoff), who Joanna believes has evil motives for bringing her daughters back from the dead. It was teased that Season 2 will come to a “shocking and tragic end” when the Beauchamps lose one of their own during the finale.
In episode 12, “Box to the Future,” Joanna is on a mission to retrieve the Anima Aucupe, the weapon rumored to be strong enough to send her father to hell. But unbeknownst to the Beauchamp matriarch, Tarkoff (James Marsters) has been sent back in time to prove his worthiness to the king by putting an end to Joanna’s plan.
Meanwhile in the present, Frederick (Christian Cooke) will “become suspicious” of Ingrid’s allegiance to the king. In episode 10 Ingrid had stayed in East End while her family traveled back in time. Initially viewers thought Ingrid had betrayed her mother, sister and aunt, when in reality she was trying to grow close to her grandfather to ultimately stop the mad king. In episode 11 she revealed her plan to Dash (Eric Winter) while also proving that she and Freya were back from the dead.
Dash will also play a pivotal role in episode 12, when Nikolaus pieces the puzzle together and remembers the warlock from his former life -- where he was known as Bastian. So, fans can expect dear old Dash to get a royal visit in “Box to the Future.”
Meanwhile, Wendy and Freya will frantically be searching for the lost key needed to return to the present. As the king revealed, if the girls don’t leave the past within 12 hours, the portal to the present will disappear, leaving them stranded and destined to die a painful death. Hmm, could one of these ladies get left behind fulfilling the prophecy of a Beauchamp death?
The synopsis for episode 13 also reveals that Joanna won’t be any help to her sister and daughter when Tarkoff casts a spell on the love of his life, leaving Wendy and Freya to either find the key or meet a brutal demise. Ingrid’s treacherous plan against her grandfather will also come to light, which will result in her being captured by Nikolaus. According to the summary, she’ll be “horrified” when she learns the king’s intentions for why he wants his family back together. Ingrid’s only hope will be to look to her brother for help. But will Frederick, who’s proven to be loyal to his grandfather, betray him for the sake of his mother, aunt and sisters’ safety? Perhaps Frederick could be the Beauchamp destined to die -- that is if he disobeys his grandfather. We could picture Nikolaus ruthlessly killing his grandson if Freddie tries to help Ingrid.
It’s also been theorized that Wendy may be the one to meet her death, seeing as she has only one life left to live. The lives of Freya and Ingrid are also on the chopping block considering they’re still right around the age where the curse kicks in. Or maybe it will ultimately be Joanna who is killed off while protecting her children.
Sound off in the comments section below or take the poll of which Beauchamp you think will die in the Season 2 finale of “Witches of East End”? Make sure to tune into the final episode of Season 2 when the special two-hour finale airs Sunday, Oct. 5, at 9 p.m. EDT.