Next Episode of Salem is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
Set in 17th century colonial Massachusetts—a significant time in the history of American politics, religion and society— Salem brings you the real story behind the infamous witch trials. In Salem, witches are real, and they're behind it all. Salem Village and Salem Town feuded over property, grazing rights and church rights. The government was dominated by Puritan leaders. People were scrutinized closely and this resulted in obvious discord. They were afraid of being persecuted for anything that may offend the Puritan mindset. The word "witch" seemed an easy and appropriate curse hurled at someone who behaved abnormally.
In the Season 3 premiere, the people of Salem come to the frightening conclusion that their only hope for surviving the hell that has risen is to raise the dead.
Mary is hell-bent on keeping evil at bay when she leaves the comfort of Alden's arms.
Mary's penance for her betrayal takes a deadly turn while Cotton is forced to perform an exorcism of his own.
Cotton discovers life-altering news while Mary learns the power of her femininity.
A traitor is exposed while a ghost from Salem's past makes a shocking appearance.
Mary and Alden have their love put to the ultimate test. Meanwhile, Anne becomes more deeply involved with dark magic.
Loyalties are tested when Mary makes a dangerous move.
Mortal enemies come together in order to keep all hell from literally breaking loose.
Everyone reveals their true colors and some hearts get broken in the process.
Survival is uncertain on the eve of Salem's demise.
Seth Gabel(Cotton Mather)
Iddo Goldberg(Isaac Walton)
Xander Berkeley(Magistrate Hale)
Joe Doyle(Baron Sebastian Marburg)
Shane West(John Alden)
Janet Montgomery(Mary Sibley)
Tamzin Merchant(Anne Hale)
Elise Eberle(Mercy Lewis)
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