Good Witch is a TV series starring Catherine Bell, Bailee Madison, and Catherine Disher. "Good Witch" will take viewers on a new magical journey with Cassie Nightingale and her daughter Grace. When Dr. Sam Radford moves in next door to Grey House with his son, they are charmed by the 'magical' mother-daughter duo.


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Series cast summary:
...  Cassie Nightingale 40 episodes, 2015-2018
...  Grace Russell 40 episodes, 2015-2018
...  Mayor Martha Tinsdale / ... 40 episodes, 2015-2018
...  Dr. Sam Radford 39 episodes, 2015-2018
...  Stephanie Borden 39 episodes, 2015-2018
...  Nick Radford 37 episodes, 2015-2018
...  Abigail Pershing 35 episodes, 2015-2018
...  George O'Hanrahan 22 episodes, 2015-2018
...  Brandon Russell 21 episodes, 2015-2018
...  Eve 20 episodes, 2015-2018
...  Derek Sanders 19 episodes, 2015-2017


"Good Witch" will take viewers on a new magical journey with Cassie Nightingale and her daughter Grace. When Dr. Sam Radford moves in next door to Grey House with his son, they are charmed by the 'magical' mother-daughter duo.

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The Good Witch  »

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Season 2 episode 1 - a dog is chasing a deer on the background at the 8-9 minute mark. See more »


Spun-off from The Good Witch (2008) See more »

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Delightful Cringe
30 October 2016 | by See all my reviews

Instead of giving a traditional in-depth review of the series, I will just discuss a few elements of it which I personally find hilarious (without the creators intention) and are part of the reason that someone like me would even watch this series (although Netflix just forced me). Also, I have never seen any of the original movies, so there are no anchors in the past for me, just what I have seen in the series.

1) Cassie. Cassie is the main character and wants to do good for everyone. She is the "good witch". It is indicated that she sees some things before they happen or she knows a few things about people without them saying anything, but that is as far as it goes. Her "magical powers" are kept very minimal. However of course, she indulges in some hocuspocus clichés, such as "herbal medicine as a cure for almost everything". People seek her out for advice and she is not shying away from giving it. All conversations end with some nondescript, generic and pseudo-deep one liner like "Sometimes we all need a bit of this and that" and then the camera focuses on her face trying to squeeze a "mysterious" smile through those collagen injected lips. Naturally, this is always the revelation the person in need has been looking for. This really cracks me up every time. While this is just silly, it is dwarfed by the fact that Cassie behaves like an undecided teenage girl standing between two (even three at times) men, while portraying a really wise, older widowed women with supernatural powers. No, this doesn't make her "look human" it just makes her look ridiculous.

2) Bell, Book and Candle. Being perhaps one of the continuously funniest things in the series, BB&C is the store that is owned and run by Cassie. It's portrayed as a huge deal and the "go to place" for almost everyone with any kind of issue and/or need. Examining this store a bit closer is just marvelous. It is a hopeless amalgamation of new-age paraphernalia, like candles, crystals, vials, tacky decorative items, cheap jewelry and even a few textile items. It is not even organized like a store – bottom line: it is the kind of place that has almost nothing that almost anyone would ever want (even for free) and yet, it is always ram-packed with customers. Seriously, when I see the shop coming into a shot, I am smiling already.

3) John the Archaeologist. An old time friend (lover?) of Cassie, John is a professor of archaeology. He is adventurous, tall, muscular and handsome with a slightly smug twinkle in the corner of his eye. Also, he wants Cassie and is not subtle about it. For the audience to believe that he is actually a distinguished academic is about as likely as to believe that last Halloween my cat was actually a real lobster. The plumber boyfriend of another character in the series would have been a more credible choice. Another delightful reality-twister that never fails to entertain.

In summary, next to the small hints at supernatural forces in play, the series is rattled with elements that might be possible by the laws of physics, but are at the end of the day as fictional as clairvoyance providing actual insight or an incantation causing any consistently observable material interaction. Somehow it works though, it kept me watching. To be blunt – the series is really, really stupid. So stupid in fact, that I have to think the creators are kind of aware of this and just as amused as I am by it. There are so many delightfully cringy moments in this, how could one not be captivated?

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