What Could Have Been: Charles Meade’s Fate in Season 2

Sadly, an interview was released from executive producer Andrew Miller just before the CW’s announcement that the witchy series was cancelled.  Worse than the cancellation and prospect that we won’t get to see Gale on our TV, this just killed me! Second-season-Charles sounds amazing.  Unfortunately, these plans won’t come to fruition, but it is a nice vision.

“…what I’d been waiting for — Gale Harold unleashed. “You and me. We were so desperate to show consequences and responsibility, and for him to be an out-and-out bad guy, and a dad, and a guy who brought Cassie, which was so hard to do thematically. It may have taken a long time, but it feels like we can reset his character a little bit more,” Miller said. “He’s so good at being bad, we just needed to give him enough reason to go that way…”


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One response to “What Could Have Been: Charles Meade’s Fate in Season 2”

  1. Dianne Eubanks says :

    Isn’t there some way the show can be saved by encouraging another network to pick it up for its second season??!! What about SyFy?? Secret Circle could fit nicely into their programing, and I’m certain it would gain an even wider fan base than it’s had on the CW!! I’ve enjoyed getting to know the characters and the plot… especially the plot that should be able to be fulfilled from the last episode!!! In Secret Circle, we didn’t see enough of Gale Harold. He is one of the most capable actors in today’s scene. He has the ability to make us believe in the character he is playing, and we love him for that ability!!! He was great in Hellcats!! He was great in Secret Circle!! He was great in “Falling for Grace”!! He was amazing as Brian in “Queer as Folk”, where we learned to love him. We want to see more of him in shows that won’t be cancelled!!!

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