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The Daemon's Coverage of ADOW S2 -- coming soon!

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It's almost time for us to start covering Season/Series 2 of A Discovery of Witches!

What can you expect? What do we think? Can we give you a little taste? Why, yes we can, and amazingly we didn't spoil (much)!

In the meantime, here is our opening giveaway for 2021: visit.DaemonsDomain.com/Welcome2021

We'll talk to you all in On Saturday the night of the 9th of January/Sunday the morning of the 10th of January (depending on your time zone!), and we'll start our dive into Season/Series 2!

xo,

~The Daemons

NOTE : In all the excitement you have undoubtedly seen (or will see in the future) screen caps from upcoming episodes disguised as promotion. Because we want to preserve the experience (which is a freaking awesome one), we won't be releasing any visuals on any of our platforms -- including episode show notes -- (aside from Bad Wolf and their media channels) until the episode premieres.

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2/21/2021

A Discovery of Witches - Season 2, Episode 7

Season 2, Ep. 7
S2E7After departing France, Sept-Tours, and Philippe de Clermont, we feel road-weary -- but the initial reason for this trip was to go to Bohemia and retrieve Edward Kelley and Ashmole 782. The Queen DID give her orders, so off we go.We are met with a ruler who encompasses all of the deadly sins, Emperor Rudolf II. The machinations involved to soothe his cravings and get what Diana and Matthew need are draining, but our star-crossed lovers seem to believe it's worth it. Is it? Maybe. Probably. Anyway, that's what episode 7 of A Discovery of Witches is about, and our episode 7 review attempts to slog through all of the troublesome trials and tribulations with the Bishop-Clairmonts.Thanks to Kristen Shuck for sponsoring this episode, and to all, please enjoy...Full show notes: http://go.DaemonsDiscuss.com/S2E7Informational links:Season 2 Shout Out! -- tell us your thoughts on this episode, the actors, the sets, or the series as a whole! It's up to you!A triptych by Hieronymus Bosch - title: Garden of Earthly DelightsThe Maidens' WarMilo Twomey - PierreHolly Aird - FrançoiseStephen Cree - GallowglassJacob Ifan - Benjamin FuchsMichael Jibson - Emperor Rudolf IIAnton Lesser - Rabbi LoewJoshua Pickering - Jack BlackfriersTom Mothersdale - Edward KelleyMore:Join us on Patreon (as little as $2 monthly will gain you access to extra episodes + different level incentives for those who join at higher tiers!)A Discovery of Witches TV News info (Continually updated; scenes, sets, trailer video, official photographs, casting + more)Become a Discusser (contact info located there as well)Email us directly: DaemonsDiscuss@gmail.comCall & Leave a voicemail! 1 (360) 519-7836or hit us up on SpeakPipeOur Podcast Page: DaemonsDiscuss.comOur Main Site: DaemonsDomain.com Social Media: Twitter - @DaemonsDiscuss, Facebook - Daemons Discuss & Instagram - @daemonsdiscussTo join our private, listener-only Facebook group, apply here: Join Daemonic Discussers The "word" is "F*cking Firedrake"To see/hear all of our chapter reviews, check out this list: Chapter Review EpisodesTV show reviews? Go here: A Discovery of Witches TV ReviewsTo check out all of our episodes go here: Daemons Discuss! Full Episode ListGet your Daemon merch here: go.DaemonsDiscuss.com/shop -- and for 2020, our enamel FTSIO pins (+ masks and T-shirts) can be found here: go.DaemonsDiscuss.com/FTSIO2020Credits/Copyright Information*DISCLAIMER: Daemons Discuss! (by extension, Daemons Domain) is independent, non-profit, and is not affiliated with BadWolf, SkyOne, NowTV, SundanceNow, Shudder or any of the production/broadcast entities associated with A Discovery of Witches. All audio clips from the show/soundtrack during our episode reviews are used strictly for commentary; categorically, according to U.S. copyright law, this method falls under Fair Use.* Intro music: "Ghost Dance" (edited down to second chorus) by Kevin Macleod, licensed for use by Creative Commons.*Outro music: Rimsky-Korsakov - "Scheherazade Symphonic Suite for Orchestra Op.35 - IV. Allegro molto," Public domain/copyright-free.* All other music used is licensed via several different royalty-free sources (as are sound effects).* "Save it for the Show" segment introduction voice-over by Devyn Grendell * Cover art (+ all variations associated w/ it): © Daemons Domain* The term "unofficial" is explained in our disclaimer located in Terms of Use - item 14.* The Daemons Discuss podcast is hosted and produced by the owners (Angela, Jean and Valerie) of Daemons Domain and can also be found by entering the url http://www.DaemonsDiscuss.com in your browser, (listed on the various podcast syndicates like iTunes, Stitcher, etc.) which will redirect you back to the parent site, Daemons Domain.* This podcast is intended for personal download/consumption.Please see our Terms of Use; item 3.* FTC: Our podcast episodes are solely sponsored by listeners via Patreon.* Our episode titles are a loving tribute to the show "Friends" just 'cause we love Friends and - let's face it - it's easier! Here's how one of the showcreators explains their reasoning:Jeff Greenstein: "When Marta & David & Jeff & I did 'Dream On', we used to spend a lot of time thinking about titles, because they were on-screen at the top of each episode. On "Friends", we decided that was a waste of time. We figured, why not name each episode after the thing that people will ostensibly be talking about around the water-cooler the next day?"
2/14/2021

A Discovery of Witches - Season 2, Episode 6

Season 2, Ep. 6
S2E6Philippe de Clermont doesn't suffer fools lightly. Right now, he's got a couple of fools to deal with in his own house: Diana and Matthew ... yeah, we said it! We play the empathy game, put ourselves in Philippe's shoes, and see that these two star-crossed lovers are gonna make a mess if they don't alter their course soon! Like a weaver, Philippe's got a whole bunch of knots to tie. Diana's loyalty: check. An epic sword fight to lower the temperature: check. Matthew dealing with his blood rage: check. A witch added as an official part of the family: check. A wedding: check. A party? CHECK! Also, consummation ... CHECK. Done and dusted! Daemons crying like babies? Also check.Thanks to Debbie Hopper for sponsoring this episode, and to all, please enjoy...Full show notes: http://go.DaemonsDiscuss.com/S2E6Informational links:Season 2 Shout Out! -- tell us your thoughts on this episode, the actors, the sets, or the series as a whole! It's up to you!Lindsay Duncan - Ysabeau de ClermontAlex Kingston - Sarah BishopValarie Pettiford - Emily MatherJames Purefoy - PhilippeEndy McKay - Chamber maid, henceforth known as CATRINE!More:Join us on Patreon (as little as $2 monthly will gain you access to extra episodes + different level incentives for those who join at higher tiers!)A Discovery of Witches TV News info (Continually updated; scenes, sets, trailer video, official photographs, casting + more)Become a Discusser (contact info located there as well)Email us directly: DaemonsDiscuss@gmail.comCall & Leave a voicemail! 1 (360) 519-7836or hit us up on SpeakPipeOur Podcast Page: DaemonsDiscuss.comOur Main Site: DaemonsDomain.com Social Media: Twitter - @DaemonsDiscuss, Facebook - Daemons Discuss & Instagram - @daemonsdiscussTo join our private, listener-only Facebook group, apply here: Join Daemonic Discussers The "word" is "F*cking Firedrake"To see/hear all of our chapter reviews, check out this list: Chapter Review EpisodesTV show reviews? Go here: A Discovery of Witches TV ReviewsTo check out all of our episodes go here: Daemons Discuss! Full Episode ListGet your Daemon merch here: go.DaemonsDiscuss.com/shop -- and for 2020, our enamel FTSIO pins (+ masks and T-shirts) can be found here: go.DaemonsDiscuss.com/FTSIO2020Credits/Copyright Information*DISCLAIMER: Daemons Discuss! (by extension, Daemons Domain) is independent, non-profit, and is not affiliated with BadWolf, SkyOne, NowTV, SundanceNow, Shudder or any of the production/broadcast entities associated with A Discovery of Witches. All audio clips from the show/soundtrack during our episode reviews are used strictly for commentary; categorically, according to U.S. copyright law, this method falls under Fair Use.* Intro music: "Ghost Dance" (edited down to second chorus) by Kevin Macleod, licensed for use by Creative Commons.*Outro music: Rimsky-Korsakov - "Scheherazade Symphonic Suite for Orchestra Op.35 - IV. Allegro molto," Public domain/copyright-free.* All other music used is licensed via several different royalty-free sources (as are sound effects).* "Save it for the Show" segment introduction voice-over by Devyn Grendell * Cover art (+ all variations associated w/ it): © Daemons Domain* The term "unofficial" is explained in our disclaimer located in Terms of Use - item 14.* The Daemons Discuss podcast is hosted and produced by the owners (Angela, Jean and Valerie) of Daemons Domain and can also be found by entering the url http://www.DaemonsDiscuss.com in your browser, (listed on the various podcast syndicates like iTunes, Stitcher, etc.) which will redirect you back to the parent site, Daemons Domain.* This podcast is intended for personal download/consumption.Please see our Terms of Use; item 3.* FTC: Our podcast episodes are solely sponsored by listeners via Patreon.* Our episode titles are a loving tribute to the show "Friends" just 'cause we love Friends and - let's face it - it's easier! Here's how one of the showcreators explains their reasoning:Jeff Greenstein: "When Marta & David & Jeff & I did 'Dream On', we used to spend a lot of time thinking about titles, because they were on-screen at the top of each episode. On "Friends", we decided that was a waste of time. We figured, why not name each episode after the thing that people will ostensibly be talking about around the water-cooler the next day?"
2/7/2021

A Discovery of Witches - Season 2, Episode 5

Season 2, Ep. 5
S2E5As we make the long hard journey to France (while "roughing" it), Diana receives a lot of advice along the way on how to manage Philippe. Matthew's advice sort of fell flat for us, because he's still the difficult stubborn vampire we've all come to know and love. The correct answer -- of course -- is that no one manages Philippe. Also, side-saddles? BOO!This is the part of the show where Philippe demonstrates that he has a pretty good read on the larger situation, and what the couple faces. His awareness and quiet repudiations will eventually put the couple in their place, and (maybe? We can hope) forces them to see things how he does.Thanks to Darlene Cothran for sponsoring this episode, and to all, please enjoy...Full show notes: http://go.DaemonsDiscuss.com/S2E5Informational links:Season 2 Shout Out! -- tell us your thoughts on this episode, the actors, the sets, or the series as a whole! It's up to you!Milo Twomey - PierreTom Hughes - Kit MarloweStephen Cree - GallowglassJames Purefoy - PhilippeElaine Cassidy - LouisaMore:Join us on Patreon (as little as $2 monthly will gain you access to extra episodes + different level incentives for those who join at higher tiers!)A Discovery of Witches TV News info (Continually updated; scenes, sets, trailer video, official photographs, casting + more)Become a Discusser (contact info located there as well)Email us directly: DaemonsDiscuss@gmail.comCall & Leave a voicemail! 1 (360) 519-7836or hit us up on SpeakPipeOur Podcast Page: DaemonsDiscuss.comOur Main Site: DaemonsDomain.com Social Media: Twitter - @DaemonsDiscuss, Facebook - Daemons Discuss & Instagram - @daemonsdiscussTo join our private, listener-only Facebook group, apply here: Join Daemonic Discussers The "word" is "F*cking Firedrake"To see/hear all of our chapter reviews, check out this list: Chapter Review EpisodesTV show reviews? Go here: A Discovery of Witches TV ReviewsTo check out all of our episodes go here: Daemons Discuss! Full Episode ListGet your Daemon merch here: go.DaemonsDiscuss.com/shop -- and for 2020, our enamel FTSIO pins (+ masks and T-shirts) can be found here: go.DaemonsDiscuss.com/FTSIO2020Credits/Copyright Information*DISCLAIMER: Daemons Discuss! (by extension, Daemons Domain) is independent, non-profit, and is not affiliated with BadWolf, SkyOne, NowTV, SundanceNow, Shudder or any of the production/broadcast entities associated with A Discovery of Witches. All audio clips from the show/soundtrack during our episode reviews are used strictly for commentary; categorically, according to U.S. copyright law, this method falls under Fair Use.* Intro music: "Ghost Dance" (edited down to second chorus) by Kevin Macleod, licensed for use by Creative Commons.*Outro music: Rimsky-Korsakov - "Scheherazade Symphonic Suite for Orchestra Op.35 - IV. Allegro molto," Public domain/copyright-free.* Hollaback Girl is from Gwen Stefani's 2004 Album: Love. Angel. Music. Baby. An off-note Karaoke version was licensed for our use for this one episode.* All other music used is licensed via several different royalty-free sources (as are sound effects).* "Save it for the Show" segment introduction voice-over by Devyn Grendell * Cover art (+ all variations associated w/ it): © Daemons Domain* The term "unofficial" is explained in our disclaimer located in Terms of Use - item 14.* The Daemons Discuss podcast is hosted and produced by the owners (Angela, Jean and Valerie) of Daemons Domain and can also be found by entering the url http://www.DaemonsDiscuss.com in your browser, (listed on the various podcast syndicates like iTunes, Stitcher, etc.) which will redirect you back to the parent site, Daemons Domain.* This podcast is intended for personal download/consumption.Please see our Terms of Use; item 3.* FTC: Our podcast episodes are solely sponsored by listeners via Patreon.* Our episode titles are a loving tribute to the show "Friends" just 'cause we love Friends and - let's face it - it's easier! Here's how one of the showcreators explains their reasoning:Jeff Greenstein: "When Marta & David & Jeff & I did 'Dream On', we used to spend a lot of time thinking about titles, because they were on-screen at the top of each episode. On "Friends", we decided that was a waste of time. We figured, why not name each episode after the thing that people will ostensibly be talking about around the water-cooler the next day?"