Siempre Bruja (Always A Witch) makes one too many missteps to be forgiven for and wastes the handful of good things it had going for it.
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As the show has been lackluster, so is its ending which sets up a second season which could begin with some hijinks.
As Lucien waits in a cell, Johnny and everyone contemplates how to speak, even physically get to Carmen. Someone who is in a world of trouble.
With a taste of what the future holds, it seems Carmen returning to the past is bittersweet and makes things with Cristobal complicated.
Carmen finally faces off against Lucien and both who he is, and who Aldemar is, you probably have guessed already.
Leon’s secrets come out as Cristobal tries to make a deal with Aldemar and, in return, Aldemar does something sinister.
We get to learn about Carmen’s parents this episode, Alicia’s brother, and get a sense there might be a new sense of urgency.
Siempre Bruja (Always A Witch) may finally be building up steam after Johnny does something stupid and Esteban begins seeming rather suspicious.
The ghost of Lucien finally appears, and we check in on Aldemar, who gets a surprise visitor.
While Lucien remains to be seen, and Ninibé is still AWOL, Carmen stalks Alicia and someone discovers her truth.