- True Life Update: Is Self-Proclaimed Witch Apollo Still Casting Supernatural
- MTV's “True Life: I'm A Witch” followed two young people who believe they're real-life witches with supernatural powers. We had an opportunity to check in with Apollo and Aracelie to see how their lives have changed since filming wrapped.
- Haley Ramm joins The Originals as new witch Ariane — exclusive
- With a large number of Mikaelson progenies coming into town on this season of The Originals, it only seems fair that New Orleans gets another witch. And that's precisely what it will get when Ariane hits the town.
- Confiscating newspapers – one booty at a time
- But of course it opted for the wrong thing, by venerating itself and declaring the entire Gülen movement as the “enemy within,” initiating a new witch-hunt against it.
- 10 people detained in new witch-hunt operation
- Ten people were detained on Tuesday after former Justice and Development Party (AK Party) deputy İlhan İşbilen and two others were arrested late on Monday, as part of government-initiated operations targeting the so-called "parallel structure.".
- New “WITCH” trailer arrives to creep you out
- The latest trailer for the much-awaited THE WITCH has dropped, and it's pretty damn eerie. Have a look at it after the jump. THE WITCH hits theaters from A24 February 19, riding a wave of great buzz.
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