Lifetime’s ‘Witches of East End’ has conjured up a mysterious new role for ‘Dollhouse’ alum Enver Gjokaj, TVGuide.com exclusively reported yesterday.
Gjokaj’s character, Mike, is not only a stranger and novelist who becomes intrigued with Rachel Boston’s Ingrid, but he’s also keeping mum on his real interests in one of the Beauchamp witches who just also happens to be a librarian.
This isn’t Gjokaj’s first time on the small screen. As mentioned above, he appeared on ‘Dollhouse,’ and has also recurred on ‘Dexter,’ ‘Vegas’ and the short-lived ‘Made in Jersey.’ He is set to appear in the Nov. 17 episode of ‘Witches of East End’ and will recur through the Season 1 December finale.
Gjokaj isn’t the only hunk slated for the new witchy drama. According to EW, Freddie Prinze Jr. is booked for one episode as “Leo Wingate, a gallant and sweetly shy entomologist who falls head over heels for Wendy Beauchamp (Madchen Amick). The scholar is said to specialize in rare and exotic insects, and he soon begins to wonder whether Wendy is more interested in his body or his bugs.”
You can catch his guest-role in episode four. There’s also a possibility for more appearances of Prinze Jr. Glance left for a first glimpse at Prinze Jr.’s appearance -- and some major abs!
If that’s not enough hunkiness, Joel Gretsch (‘The 4400,’ ‘NCIS,’ ‘V’) will also be brewing up some thrilling goodness on the Lifetime drama, E! News recently reported. He’ll play Victor, a mysterious doctor with an “unknown connection” to the Beauchamps. So far, Gretsch is set for two episodes and will first appear in the penultimate episode of this season.
Who else is “bewitched, bothered and bewildered” by all of these men joining an already gorgeous cast?
‘Witches of East End’ airs Sundays at 10/9c on Lifetime.