13 January 2014 5:00 PM, PST | FEARnet | See recent FEARnet news »

The newest addition to horror television is Wgn America’s Salem. Set during the witch trials of the 1600s, Salem premiered a long-form trailer at the Television Critics Association conference. After watching the footage, I am all-in. This is not going to be a mushy modern-day witch show with ties to the Salem Witch Trials; this is not a romance that is aided by a little nose-wiggle and a sprinkle of fairy dust. This is looks brutal.

Executive producer Brannon Braga explains that in their version of the witch trials, witches themselves are doing the witch hunting, and are running the trials for reasons that will become apparent. (So I am guessing it goes deeper than witches trying to throw others off the scent.) Executive producer Adam Simon asserts that, while we will see other supernatural entities besides just witches, there will not be an “endless line of supernatural creatures. »


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