Witches of East End season 2 spoilers What will happen when "Witches of East End" returns to Lifetime with a brand new Season 2? Photo: Witches of East End

It must be the season of the witch – or should we say warlock? According to reports, “Witches of East End” have officially welcomed the Beauchamp patriarch to Season 2 with not so open arms.

For those who don’t know King Nikolaus happens to be a very dark and powerful wizard who allegedly rules Asgard with an iron – and corrupt – fist. With that said, we doubt the ladies of Asgard are looking forward to this long-overdue family reunion – but we totally are!

Steven Berkoff, who you might know from “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” or “Rambo,” has been cast as the demonic leader and officially dubbed as a recurring character in the sophomore season of the hit Lifetime series.

And he’s not the only new actor added to the cast! Reports speculate that a tall, dark and handsome man by the name of Ignacio Serricchio has joined the “Witches of East End” family.

"Hello WitchEEs! Please welcome the very hunky @Nachoserricchio into the #WOEE family! Good casting or what?!” @WitchesWiki said.

Hello WitchEEs! Please welcome the very hunky @Nachoserricchio into the #WOEE family! Good casting or what?! pic.twitter.com/au0dAZzmiT

Curious as to how these two will fit into the Season 2 plot of “Witches of East End.”? We’ve got your back! According to the synopsis, fans can expect the portal of Asgard to open in the sophomore season, which will forever change the lives of the Beauchamp’s. We’re predicting that the reason their lives will be altered is because King Nikolaus will come slithering out of the gateway.

“Joanna is still weak with poison in her blood as the Beauchamp’s search desperately for a cure. With the death of Penelope, Killian and Dash’s warlock powers return,” the summary concluded.

Are you excited for Season 2 of “Witches of East End”? What do you think of the new characters added to the sophomore season? Sound off in the comments section below and don’t forget to tune into “Witches of East End” when the drama returns to the small screen on Sunday, July 6 at 9 p.m. EDT.