A Raven Is Coming to Witches of East End

By April Lara | 3 years ago
A Raven Is Coming to Witches of East End
The british actress Julia Ormond. Wikimedia Commons/Cannonseat/ Luferom

A new character is coming to East End. “Witches of East End” will introduce a new cast member later this season. Wondering who she is? Her presence will definitely add a twist in the plot, which will make the show even more interesting than it already is. Read further to find out who the newcomer is.

Sarah Lancaster (“Chuck”) is joining the “Witches of East End.” She will play the role of Raven Moreau, who is on a secret mission. Raven will also get attracted to one of the Gardiner boys that could sabotage her whole plan to accomplish her mission. Raven is described as confident, smart and in control of things. However, those qualities may dwindle once she gets to East End.

Furthermore, Lancaster has appeared in various TV movies such as “The Preacher’s Mistress” and “Looking for Mr. Right.”

However, there are no guarantees as to how long will her character remain in the show. With an addition to the cast, trouble is definitely on its way to East End. Will Lancaster’s Raven change the game the moment she sets foot in the show?

If you could recall, the last time we saw a raven was during Freya’s wedding day. We all know that ravens are a sign of a bad omen. But will Lancaster’s arrival on the show be something bad, or will it change things for the Beauchamp ladies for the better?

What do you think of Lancaster being part of the “Witches of East End”?  Is her character going to bring more trouble or will she change things for the better? Let us know your thoughts by posting your comments below!

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About the author

April Lara has a degree in Journalism and Professional Culinary Arts. She started a career in Journalism in 2009 and has been part of MNG since March 2015.