“My Witches” is the title of the second episode of the new Freeform television series Motherland: Fort Salem airing tonight (March 25). Here’s how they describe it:
The unit travels to Salem Town for an annual witch celebration, but an unexpected disturbance throws the proceedings into chaos. Tally wonders if she made the right choice to embark on a military career when witch-hate and her own mother stand in her way. Smarting from Alder’s denial of her request to switch units, Abigail attempts to bury the hatchet with Raelle. Raelle grows closer to Scylla, while the unit impresses Anacostia in Windstrike training.
You can find photos from Motherland: Fort Salem Episode 2 below.
MOTHERLAND: FORT SALEM - "My Witches" - The unit travels to Salem Town, but a disturbance throws the proceedings into chaos. Tally wonders if she made the right choice to embark on a military career. Abigail attempts to bury the hatchet with Raelle. Raelle grows closer to Scylla. This episode of "Motherland: Fort Salem" airs Wednesday, March 25, at 9:00p.m. ET/PT on Freeform. (Freeform/David Bukach)ASHLEY NICOLE WILLIAMS, JESSICA SUTTON
Taylor Hickson (“Deadly Class”) portrays Raelle, a reluctant recruit with major authority issues whose mother recently died in the line of duty. Jessica Sutton (“The Kissing Booth”) is Tally, a kind, strong-willed and curious witch who enlisted despite her mother’s passionate disapproval. Ashley Nicole Williams plays Abigail, an unquestionably alpha, smart, driven and courageous witch who hails from the upper echelons of military witch society and is excited to be joining the ranks of the witches’ army. Amalia Holm (“Playground”) rounds out the young witch recruits playing Scylla, a playful yet dark and mischievous recruit who is not what she appears to be. Demetria McKinney (“The Saints and Sinners”) plays Anacostia, a tough but wryly humorous drill sergeant whose chief concern is keeping the young recruits alive through basic training. Lyne Renee (“Deep State”) recurs as General Sarah Alder, the highest-ranking officer in the Armed Forces and the only leader the witches have ever known.
The ten-episode, one-hour drama is written and created by Eliot Laurence and produced by Freeform Studios, Gary Sanchez Productions and McKay’s new multiplatform company, Hyperobject Industries. Gary Sanchez Productions recently produced “Vice,” which was nominated for eight Academy Awards®, and most recently, McKay and Messick received Golden Globes for Best Drama Series for “Succession.” Eliot Laurence, Will Ferrell, Adam McKay, Kevin Messick, Maria Maggenti and Steven Adelson serve as executive producers on the series. The pilot was directed by Steven A. Adelson (“Riverdale,” “Siren”).