Witches of East End Season 2 Finale Recap

By April Lara | 3 years ago
Witches of East End Season 2 Finale Recap
The british actress Julia Ormond. Wikimedia Commons/Cannonseat/ Luferom

We can’t believe that the Season 2 finale of “Witches of East End” is finally here! The finale was composed of back-to-back episodes, Episode 12 “Box to the Future” and Episode 13 “For Whom the Spell Tolls.” Read on for the full recap below.

The Beauchamp women are still in 1840, and Joanna got the magical box that they needed to kill the king. All they needed now was to get to the time door, and that’s it. However, it’s not that easy because Wendy has lost the key to the time door. If they don’t find it immediately, they’ll be trapped in 1840. Freya helped Wendy find the key, and while doing that, she ran to Edgar Allan Poe, who is actually Killian. It was revealed to us that this was Freya’s gift — the ability to recognize his soul wherever.

Tarkoff has managed to get to Joanna, and Killian was dying. When he passed out, he saw Freya there telling him to call Ingrid. With all the strength that he could muster, he did what Freya told him to do. Ingrid got the call and went immediately to Killian and gave him the lotus root that he needs to take every 15 minutes, then she left because there are plenty of things for her to do.

The king was happy because he found out that Ingrid was with Dash, and he even visited him telling him that he misses the old him. He even offered Dash wealth and power in exchange for his loyalty, and Dash told Ingrid everything.

Finally, Wendy has found the key, but it was in 1840 Wendy. Freya asked Edgar Allan Poe to flirt with 1840 Wendy to get the key, and he managed to get the key. Unfortunately, Joanna was nowhere to be found because Tarkoff got to her and and was injecting her drugs to paralyze her.

We have Detective Raven at Fair Haven again who showed up at Dash’s place for business and has managed to get hold of the dark journals in Dash’s house. The king wasn’t thrilled that Ingrid went to Dash’s house that he punished her. When she woke up, his grandfather told him that he got punished enough, but he couldn’t do more damage because SHE’S PREGNANT! We wonder who the babydaddy is! Grandfather also revealed that he planned to get all of their powers before they kill them, and he already got Ingrid’s. During this whole conversation, Freddie was sneaking up behind their grandfather to kill him; but of course, their grandfather was faster than him that he managed to shove the dagger into him instead.

Wendy saved Joanna from Tarkoff, and they all managed to get out of 1840 and had Tarkoff trapped there. When they got back, they were able to kill the king, which left them with Tommy’s dead body. Wendy asked to have a private moment with Tommy while Joanna tried calling Freddie, but he wasn’t answering. Freya got to Killian’s dead body and kissed him, and just like that, Killian was brought to life once again. Dash was in jail after Detective Raven arrested him.

They found Freddie’s body in the attic with a message written next to him that says, “Death to witches.” Who wrote that? And last time we checked, Freddie was able to heal himself when their grandfather shoved the dagger into him and even managed to read Dash’s thoughts. So who killed him again and who wrote that?

As for Wendy, she transferred her last life to Tommy’s body then we saw her necklace turned black. She collapsed and woke up in a sea of fire with a woman who called her sister and who was happy to see her again. Killian went to Dash, and Dash chanted something, and they switched bodies!

What do you think of the season finale? Do you think the king is really dead? Are Freddie and Wendy dead? And what will happen to Killian and Freya? Will they ever get their happily ever after? Let us know by posting your comments below!

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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.