On DVD from EntertainmentOne is the return to Stonehaven where the wolves are waiting with “Bitten: The Complete Second Season.”

The season begins with Elena (Laura Vandervoort) looking for Malcolm along with the rest of the pack. The Council has given instructions that Malcolm is to be taken care of and Jeremy (Greg Bryk) hears the news. Clay (Greyston Holt) is continuing an investigation that is going to lead to witches who have plans of their own for the pack.

But a strange turn happens as the pack and witches agree to cease their battles in order to take care of what is over both sides. When Elena is captures, she is about to discover more pain than she has known.

Trying to discover who Aleister (Sean Rogerson) is, both sides try to locate where he is while Elena does what she can to stay alive. Aleister has turned to darkness to use against Elena. In the midst of looking for her, the packs are having their own dark problems.

Aleister decides that there is one way to get inside Stonehaven, using Clay! Discovering what is about to happen, Savannah (Kiara Glasco) steps in but don’t think Aleister is going to take that lightly.

It all comes to a showdown as the pack must now save Elena and Savannah and with the witches it will be epic!

The cast makes this show amazing and with Vandervoort at the helm portraying the only female werewolf just adds a larger dimension to the storyline. Adding a coven of witches to bring about more intensity is brilliant.

As much as the world is zombie crazy, you can add werewolves, vampires and witches to that obsession. Author Armstrong wrote “Bitten” in 1999 and it was an instant success. I give kudos to Syfy for picking it up and running with characters that have captured the imagination of viewers.

Other cast include Steve Lund as Nick Sorrentino, Michael Xavier as Logan Jonsen, Genelle Williams as Rachel Sutton, Tammy Isbell as Ruth Winterbourne and Tommie-Amber Pirie as Paige Winterbourne.

“Bitten” is produced by No Equal Entertainment, Hoodwink Entertainment and EntertainmentOne. For more information on EntertainmentOne and what they have to offer go to http://entertainmentone.com/home.

TUBS OF POPCORN: I give “Bitten: The Complete Second Season” four tubs of popcorn out of five. The series only gets better and better with each episode. The twists and turns along with the storyline give television fans more of what they have gotten hooked on. I really love the way each characters story develops and continuing to only let bits and pieces be told — way to keep us coming back for more. Trust me, we would no matter what.

The DVD includes the episodes Bad Blood, Scare Tactics, Hell’s Teeth, Dead Meat, Rabbit Hole, Nine Circles, Bad Dreams, Dark Arts, Scavenger’s Daughter and Fine Temporum.

I am trusting, dear readers, that you already have Season One of BITTEN in your library so absolutely get Season Two and make a marathon of it as I did. It is nice to start over and do a complete run through with friends who also enjoy the show. It’s a great way to talk about the story and an even better way to wonder what is to come.

The series began in 2014 on the SyFy (www.syfy.com/bitten) channel based on the novels by author Kelly Armstrong who is a New York Times best seller. Look forward to Season 3 of “Bitten” in 2016 because there are more questions that need to be answered!

In the end — ancient curse and new blood!


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