The Secret Circle 1 Season 2012

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Season 1
(93) IMDb 8.7/10

22. Family TV-NR CC

In the jaw-dropping season finale, Cassie and Diana unleash their dark magic, Charles and Dawn get a shot at restoring their powers and Faye fights for her life.

Starring:
Britt Robertson, Thomas Dekker
Runtime:
42 minutes
Original air date:
May 10, 2012

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Season 1

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So all other teens like me (girls) would absolutely LOVE this show.
alyssa97q
It had a great plot, great actors that were likeable, and it really kept you on the edge of your seat.
Elizabeth G.
Like all fans of this show, I'm VERY disappointed that it was canceled after one season.
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By J. Leery on May 16, 2012
Format: Blu-ray
First off, I am not into witchcraft but this show is AWESOME.

Interesting plot, love-able characters, twisting plot turns, it has it all.

However, I am incredibly disappointed in the CW for cancelling this show after 1 season.

They need to realize that they picked the WORST time-slot of this show, right after The Vampire Diaries!

I know about 10 friends (including myself) who can NOT watch The Secret Circle live because we all watch The Vampire Diaries, and at the end of a TVD episode we are all so mind-blown that we cannot focus on The Secret Circle.

I really hope CW realizes what a massive fan-base there is for this show and can hopefully schedule it at a right time.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Alan Ramirez on June 1, 2012
Format: DVD
I just still can't believe it was cancelled! The first and only season from TSC was amazing since the beginning until the end. Drama, relationships, scary moments and great actors. At the beginning of the show I was concerned because a lot of people thought they were trying to make it another "Vampire Diaries" show but with witches but that's not the truth. The Secret Circle shows darker situations and more realism when it comes to the plots. Every episode is enjoyable, the twists are refreshing and sometimes shocking and the performances are great.

I just don't understand yet, why The CW keeps making new promising shows if they are going to cancel them anyway and keep the old ones, it happened before and I'm still angry with this decission. It was the third most-watched show from The CW and still got cancelled? I would love the show to be back in another network and I'm still hoping that it will.
Or at least Warner Bros. Home Video, we want the DVD release of the complete series! It's getting released on Australia so why not on the U.S.?
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Alexis on May 24, 2012
Format: DVD
This show is pure brilliance in every aspect. My only hope is that it will continue for years to come because it certainly has that potential, even greater than Charmed. By comparison, the first episode sucked me in with The Secret Circle, into a wholly feasible world where magic is real and is not a gift, but a curse; the first episode of Charmed was not nearly as exciting--and this being said by a die-hard Charmed fan. Anyone who loves The Vampire Diaries, Supernatural, Teen Wolf, Once Upon a Time, The Twilight Saga, and other similar genre titles will LOVE this series. It is pure talent in and of itself. Root for a second season!!!!! Don't let the economy cheat us out of this gem!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By karousel5 on November 14, 2011
At first, I wasn't expecting much from this show. The first two episodes were okay, but I got hooked after the third, when it starts picking up. It had a lot of elements I already love- mystery, romance, and of course a supernatural aspect! I also love Phoebe Tonkin (who plays Faye), and even though I'm a girl I have developed a total crush on Shelley Hennig(Diana)as well as most of the guys on the show. They're just all so dang SEXY! I want to know what will happen to these characters, and more importantly WHAT HAPPENED TO THEIR PARENTS. The plot will thicken, I'm sure. What I'm most looking forward to is the improvement of the acting and plot lines in the next season. It's not a perfect show, but if enough people watch it, it will be headed in the right direction.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Z Hayes HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 21, 2011
I'm a fan of supernatural-themed dramas and my curiosity was piqued when I read about this new show titled "The Secret Circle", which centers around a fledgling 16-year-old witch named Cassie Blake (Britt Robertson). At the beginning of episode one, viewers watch Cassie's mom get murdered, and this sets off a chain of events - Cassie moves in with her grandmother Jane (Ashley Crow) as her father too is long dead; the town Cassie moves to is New Salem, a tightly-knit community; and before long, Cassie finds out that she is descended from a long line of witches, not just practitioners of a craft, but people possessed of extraordinary powers.

As the story moves along, Cassie discovers that her coming to New Salem might have been the work of an outside force but she does not really know why. She does find out that there are other teens in New Salem that are like her, descendants of witches, and who are eager to make her acquaintance and get her to join them as part of a coven, so that they can bind their circle of witches and fully come into their powers. The theory is that practicing in isolation renders them vulnerable to their enemies (later on in the story, viewers learn of the witchhunters, a group dedicated to killing witches), and that by binding themselves into a circle, they are able to protect themselves and also come into their powers.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Reggie Reed on February 9, 2012
Format: DVD
Great show. Great stories. Great characters. Red hot women. Faye is God. What else you need?
Seriously, this is dramatic, fast-moving TV that actually makes its sister show Vampire Diaries seem dull, something I did not think possible. The lead characters are all well written with intricately disparate personalities and motives. And that's important, because this is a very much a character-driven show. The CW has struck gold again!
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