Learn About Season Two of ‘Motherland: Fort Salem’ From the Creator and Cast at Virtual Comic-Con
The Motherland: Fort Salem Comic-Con panel will be streaming on YouTube, Sunday July 26, at 10 a.m. PST/1 p.m. EST.
The panel includes stars Taylor Hickson, Ashley Nicole Williams, Jessica Sutton, Amalia Holm, Demetria McKinney, Lyne Renne, and creator of the TV series, Eliot Laurence. The virtual panel will be moderated by TV Guide’s Lindsay MacDonald on Comic-Con’s YouTube channel. They will be looking back on the first season and looking forward to season two.
Freeform announced in May that there will be a Motherland: Fort Salem season 2. You can stream season one of this supernatural drama on Hulu. The series follows the story of three witches enlisted in the U.S. army who train in combat magic. It is set in a women-dominated world where the Salem Accord ended the persecution of witches 300 years ago during the Salem witch trials. Read Glitter Magazine’s interview conducted in April with actresses Hickson, Williams, Sutton, and McKinney here.
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It’s a strange line of work, admittedly. I cannot think of a better way to spend my days… – from the incredible crew and cast, the studio and the producers, directors, writers and the exquisite centralfugal force that brought us all together: Eliot Laurence. – these people, this show, this character has been a great revolution of my heart. – to the fans: I’ve never met most of you or experienced anything like the support you’ve shown. From the messages to the mind-blowing fan art…I don’t think there’s a feeling that beats that kind of love reaction. – there are so many messages of empowerment, forgiveness and fellowship but for me, this show has always been about love – It was made with great love and given to the world to hopefully say; despite all the pain we cause each other, can we find a way back to love… please? – cheers to the closing of one epic chapter and the beginning of another ✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨ – with fierce love and gratitude
“These people, this show, this character has been a great revolution of my heart,” wrote Sutton, who plays Tally Craven on Motherland: Fort Salem, in a recent Instagram post. “[The series] was made with great love and given to the world to hopefully say; despite all the pain we cause each other, can we find a way back to love… please?”
Comic-Con released a humorous video in May toting the upsides of it being virtual this year, including free parking, personalized snacks, no lines, and more. Learn more about Motherland: Fort Salem’s panel at Comic-Con@Home here.