Witches of East End is a intriguing, suspenseful and fun, as a family of cursed, sexy witches battles the forces of evil and family drama that follows, as their lives are intersected with two handsome brothers throughout the show. You"ll want to watch to the end and then some more, as questions go unanswered. Plus, it's always great to see James Marsters play a villian in season 2.
A little bit Charmed, a little Witches of Eastwick, and the hints of Asgard land of Thor thrown all into one. This female-led family has an almost campy sense to it, yet they know it. It has a lot of what is found on Lifetime's schedule (sensual, cheesy romance) only that they're allow to swear more and wear even less then what is shown on network TV.
It's an interesting concept and the ladies are all lovely to look at and watch. Julia Ormond plays the mother and is absolutely the mama bear, but watch out! You don't want to cross her path in the ways of magic. The characters are fun and interesting and where it may get somewhat over-the-top, it's purely a show for summer fun. It's like a good romance novel that you can't put down.