Cassie's life is changed forever when her new classmates tell her that she is a witch, the sixth and final member of their Secret Circle.Cassie attempts to distance herself from the Circle, even making friends with a non-witch, Sally Matthews.
Dawn tries to continue making plans for the Circle with Charles, only to discover that he may have more than business on his mind.
Following Nick's death his brother, Jake, returns to town.
Not to be confused with a Wham Episode, which completely changes the direction of a series.
This effect is usually caused by an episode being Something Completely Different or an Out-of-Genre Experience.
As the witches use their magic more and more recklessly, Diana is convinced they need to bind their powers.
This is a problem for Faye, who revels in the increase of the Circle's magic now that Cassie has returned to Chance Harbor.The series was developed by Andrew Miller and was picked up on May 17, 2011, by The CW.On October 12, 2011, The CW ordered a full 22-episode season of the series. The ratings declined in the second half of the season; the high cost of special effects, and dramatic locations were cited as reasons for the show's cancellation.If you have ever tried to convince other people to tune in to a show you like, and they say, "Okay I'll watch one episode with you if you promise to stop bothering me about it," we Tropers can guarantee that the one episode you watch together will be that series' Bizarro Episode. Has nothing to do with Superman's reverse counterpart.Set in the town of Chance Harbor, Washington, the series focuses on Cassie Blake who, after moving to Chance Harbor, discovers that she is a hereditary witch and soon after joins a secret coven of five others.Also not to be confused with a Bizarro Universe or the episodes involving one; the Bizarro Universe is justified according to some in-universe logic, while the Bizarro Episode can be equally different from normal continuity but there's not necessarily any in-universe reason for things to be that different from normal.