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A Discovery of Witches S02E18 12-03-2021
A Discovery of Witches S02E17 05-03-2021
A Discovery of Witches S02E16 26-02-2021
A Discovery of Witches S02E15 19-02-2021
A Discovery of Witches S02E14 12-02-2021
A Discovery of Witches S02E13 05-02-2021
A Discovery of Witches S02E12 29-01-2021
A Discovery of Witches S02E11 22-01-2021
A Discovery of Witches S02E10 Available from: 15-01-2021
A Discovery of Witches S02E09 Available from: 08-01-2021

A Discovery of Witches - Season 2

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Diana Bishop, historian and witch, accesses Ashmole 782 and knows she must solve its mysteries. She is offered help by the enigmatic Matthew Clairmont, but he's a vampire and witches should never trust vampires.
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Radio Times
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January 05, 2021

A Discovery of Witches just about holds it together, with the world-building and performances compelling enough to pull you through the new complex web of spies, witches, religious vampires and historical figures to focus on Matthew and Diana's story.
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Paste Magazine
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January 05, 2021

As is often the case in dense book adaptations, A Discovery of Witches Season 2 is an unqualified visual feast that may ultimately fall short emotionally because it tried to bring too much from the book to life.
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CBR
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January 05, 2021

Goode seems right at home in the Elizabethan trappings of Season 2, which enables him to bring out new shades of Matthew that range from an intense darkness, to perhaps more surprisingly, a bit of levity.
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