Shortly after the mystery show “The Secret Circle” was cancelled Natasha Henstridge, who played Dawn Chamberlain, was so nice as to answer a few of our questions. It’s not much that she can say about would have happened but she talks about working on the show and what it’s like for the cast
when their show is on the bubble. She also talks a little about starting out as a model in Paris and about her first acting job in the movie “Species”.
1. There was a huge outcry from the fans following the rather unexpected cancellation of “The Secret Circle”. What is it like for the cast when that happens? Do you find out together and have a goodbye dinner or something like that?
Unfortunately the actors are all
on hiatus at that point so no we don’t get the pleasure of ending the way we began, but there were some gorgeous emails sent and lots of warm wishes, I know some of the cast got very close so we’ll keep in touch depending on schedule!!
Fans are still up in arms that The CW canceled The Secret Circle on May 11 and now star Thomas Dekker is opening up, for the first time, about the show’s passing.
I caught up with Thomas on the set of Squatters, a dramatic new film very close to his heart (but more on that at a later date), when talk naturally turned to Secret Circle. And while Thomas was sad to say goodbye to the cast and crew, he wasn’t exactly torn up about losing the job.
How would you describe your own style?
style varies from day to day but now that we’re getting into summer I’ve been digging the more feminine and classic look.
Why is Tommy Girl a good fit for you?
The Tommy Girl line is a great fit for me because it puts a fun, unique, easy twist on preppy dressing. I have always been a fan of the classic Tommy Hilfiger look and Tommy Girl brings in a bit more youthful designs which are perfect for me.
Even though the CW’s decision seems final, we still believe in magic. Maybe some other network will pick up the show.
In any case, take a look at this
Where did you grow up?
I grew up in Louisiana — a little suburb right outside of New Orleans — and I wouldn’t have it any other way!
a good student? Did you like school?
I was a good student, but I was the biggest procrastinator. I was the fastest typist in my school, and I had an obsession with spelling and memorizing. I was the happiest in English class, and algebra was where I cried.
Guys, I very much appreciate your feedback and your comments about the cancelation.
Unfortunately, I’m just a fan running this site. I have no say in the matter.
If you want to express
your grief about the cancelation, please write the CW and tell them. Leaving comming here won’t help. I wish it would but it doesn’t.
I, myself, will send an email to these guys and let them know about how many of your are writing me and I will get you the adresses as well. But that’s all I can do at this point.
If you’ve seen the last post, I’m sorry for the confusion.
Obviously, there has been a misunderstanding and the show
has been cancelled.
“The Secret Circle” has yet to be renewed (or canceled) for The CW’s Fall 2012 season, but after last night’s epic season finale, it’s clear that executive producer Andrew Miller has some big plans should the show go on.
After a slight ratings dip, the viewership did rise again and remained steady for the Season 1 finale. Creatively, the finale offered an incredible launch for a series of fascinating storylines, so we’re hoping that The CW recognizes that and gives the show another chance. We’ll find out for sure in just a few days, when The CW announces their Fall schedule, but in the meantime, we wrestled as much information as we could from Miller, so here are 5 things to expect from Season 2.
Is John Blackwell good or evil? How will Diana react to the startling admission made by Charles last week? And how is conjuring up a hot pizza delivery guy ever a bad thing?
With The Secret Circle season finale just over 48 hours away, I just got off the phone with Executive Producer Andrew Miller. He answered a number of these questions, while going back over the season as a whole and explaining why Thursday’s episode is titled “Family.”
The Secret Circle wraps up its rookie season with a season finale that series creator Andrew Miller describes as “defining.”
“The episode starts off fast with Faye being kidnapped and never really stops,” Miller told The Hollywood Reporter in previewing
tonight’s episode. But ultimately, it will be eye-opening for main protagonist, Cassie, who will be forced to determine just who she is by the end of the hour. “For Cassie, it’s about her becoming a woman and her empowerment.”
Miller offered hints as to what a possible season two could look like, and even offered clues as to what the final image of the finale is — and whether there will be a fundamental shift in story should Secret Circle continue.
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