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The 10 Biggest OMG Moments From The Secret Circle Season 1

The Secret Circle is officially dead to the world, but this season's OMG moments will always live on in our hearts. Check out the 10 biggest jaw-droppers to come out of Chance Harbor, including Adam (Thomas Dekker) and Cassie's (Britt Robertson) freaky love making! //feeds.wetpaint.com/~r/wetpaint/latest/excerpt/~3/X-tA4aMohbc/the-10-biggest-omg-moments-from-the-secret-circle-season-1

The 5 Biggest OMG Moments From The Secret Circle Season 1 Finale

This week's season finale of The Secret Circle was an epic hour of ceremonial bubbly water, death, more death, and even more death. As you might have guessed, we spent the entire episode crying, but still managed to round up the top 5 OMG moments for you to look back on. Sob, enjoy. 1. Charles Makes Failed Suicide Attempt, Goes Into Coma! Everyone stop what you're doing (cutting v-necks into all your t-shirts), Charles Meade (Gale Harold) just tried to kill himself. From what we can tell,... //feeds.wetpaint.com/~r/wetpaint/latest/excerpt/~3/ihC-mzzFeLw/the-5-biggest-omg-moments-from-the-secret-circle-season-1-finale

'Secret Circle' Season 1 Finale Recap: 'Family'

The closing scene of the season one finale of " The Secret Circle " really drove the episode's title home. After the most action packed episode of the series run thus far—which saw the final revelation about Blackwell and the boat fire 16 years ago, the death of Eben at the hands of Jake, the restoration of witchy power to Charles and Dawn, the unbinding of the Circle, Charles becoming full of demons, all of the crew nearly burning alive, Cassie and Adam playing with darkness (did we mention it was action packed?)—season one drew to a close with a shot of three guys and a girl standing on a cliff overlooking Chance Harbor. Who were those four mysterious figures clad in the show's signature skinny black jeans? FOUR MORE BALCOIN KIDS! Read More... //hollywoodcrush.mtv.com/2012/05/11/secret-circle-season-1-finale-recap-family/

'The Secret Circle' Recap: The Master Plan

The crystal skull is assembled, Blackwell's plan is revealed, and the Circle is unbound. It's The Secret Circle 's best episode yet. //www.buddytv.com/articles/the-secret-circle/the-secret-circle-recap-the-ma-45582.aspx

The Secret Circle Review: Two Balcoins Are Better Than One

Wow! Where do you even start with an episode that was as jam packed as " Family ?" The Secret Circle didn't go out with a whimper, although more than one of our witches could be heard doing just that as their lives were hanging in the balance. Should we be blessed with a second season, there would be no reason to revisit the slaughter of the circle's parents, or to wonder what happened to the living parents' magic. There would be no drinking games at home with the word crystal (sorry, drunkards) and the circle wouldn't be looking over their shoulder for Eben. Read More... //www.tvfanatic.com/2012/05/the-secret-circle-review-two-balcoins-are-better-than-one/

The Secret Circle Recap of the Season 1 Finale: A Death, a Departure, and a Whole Lotta Family Drama

Watching The Secret Circle's epic season finale was like binge eating a meat lovers' pizza. We felt nauseous, horrified, and ready for seconds. This week, our favorite band of outsiders blew us away with their magical incantations and hilarious O-faces –– and even better? All our questions were finally answered! Well, except for one: Will Charles' (Gale Harold) spirit animal ever return to its nest? My Preciousssssss Remember last week when ‘90s Blackwell magically... //feeds.wetpaint.com/~r/wetpaint/latest/excerpt/~3/4-7-b5-PCUk/the-secret-circle-recap-of-the-season-1-finale-a-death-a-departure-and-a-whole-lotta-family-drama

The Secret Circle 1.22 "Family" Review

The concept of family takes on multiple meanings on a show like  The Secret Circle . The main catalyst for everything we're seeing lies with the biological families of the center, whose deaths and mysterious secrets have shoved the circle together and forced them to figure things out on their own. There's a lot of underlying abandonment issues floating around Chance Harbor, understandably leading each member of the circle to look toward one another in hopes of establishing a true connection. Though they all have (or had) somebody there, the experiences that Jake, Adam, Diana, Faye, Melissa, and Cassie have had together have bonded them together for good, binding or no binding. Their commonalities, both in terms of perspective and home dynamic, have formed some type of secondary family, something that each of them has been craving, magic or not magic. Read More... //feedproxy.google.com/~r/tvovermind/tvnews/~3/XL_icCjPqps/

The Secret Circle “Family” Review

It’s sad that the best part of  The Secret Circle  was the very end of the season one finale. I’m not saying that in a bitchy way either; as much as I’ve disliked parts of this season, episode 1.20 ‘Traitor’ and this the end of this week’s episode, ‘Family’, were genuinely fantastic. Why the end? Well, because up until then this episode was just too neat. That Charles’ mother could pass her power over to them so easily, that Charles was able to suck the demons out of Eben before thelatter  could attack him, the frankly horrible dialogue between Amelia and Diana’s mother (why was everything spelled out so explicitly? Both we and they knew what the conversation was about. We didn’t need exposition-dialogue when vague and emotional would have worked better). Then there were the many mentions of how much stronger they all are as a circle when, let’s be honest, the circle have only ever looked dangerous when performing solo magic (remember Faye back in the pilot episode?). Read More... //www.tvequals.com/2012/05/11/the-secret-circle-family-review/  

‘The Secret Circle' Recap: Prom

It's prom night in Chance Harbor, but instead of taking a night off from Circle duties, Cassie and the gang are on the hunt for the last remaining crystal. Here are the top five events you need to ... //www.starpulse.com/news/Danielle_Shields/2012/05/08/the_secret_circle_recap_prom

The Secret Circle “Family” Review

It’s sad that the best part of  The Secret Circle  was the very end of the season one finale. I’m not saying that in a bitchy way either; as much as I’ve disliked parts of this season, episode 1.20 ‘Traitor’ and this the end of this week’s episode, ‘Family’, were genuinely fantastic. Why the end? Well, because up until then this episode was just too neat. That Charles’ mother could pass her power over to them so easily, that Charles was able to suck the demons out of Eben before the latter could attack him, the frankly horrible dialogue between Amelia and Diana’s mother (why was everything spelled out so explicitly? Both we and they knew what the conversation was about. We didn’t need exposition-dialogue when vague and emotional would have worked better). Then there were the many mentions of how much stronger they all are as a circle when, let’s be honest, the circle have only ever looked dangerous when performing solo magic (remember Faye back in the pilot episode?). Read More... //www.tvequals.com/2012/05/11/the-secret-circle-family-review/