Something witchy this way is a comin’, Bitten fans. In an exclusive first-look photo with The TV Junkies, Space has released this brand new image of a top-secret character who will be revealed on Saturday’s latest episode of the were-tastic series.
So who exactly is this dude?
We have some guesses, but nothing will be confirmed until Saturday night. From the look of the pose above, he certainly seems to have some sort of magical ability like the witches we’ve met so far this season. Could he be the guy behind some of the random attacks we’ve seen so far?
Perhaps he could even be this shadowy figure seen on the left side of the promo poster, below. The very same person who has been teased for weeks on companion series The Undoing? He is, after all, sporting the talisman that keeps popping up around his neck.
Or, maybe it’s all just a big old red herring.
What we do know for sure is that the man above is none other than actor Sean Rogerson, who has been in a ton of sci-fi and comic books series like Fringe, Arrow, Continuum, Supernatural, Sanctuary and Harper’s Island.
Quite the resume, if you ask us.
Whatever Rogerson plays, Bitten‘s third episode, “Hell’s Teeth,” sounds ominous. According to the official episode description, “When a new threat proves to be more powerful than anticipated, both The Pack and Coven suffer heavy losses in the confrontation.”
Because you know, we can totally sink our teeth into even more heartbreak.
Who do you think Rogerson plays? Tell us in the comments below and be sure to return to The TV Junkies tomorrow night for more exclusive Bitten scoop following the episode.
Amber Dowling is a bonafide TV Junkie, critic and freelance writer who watches countless shows and lives for dramatic (fictional!) twists. She currently serves as the vice-president of the Television Critics Association and has appeared on numerous TV and radio shows across North America. An advocate for Canadian Television and a lover of the medium in general, Amber founded TheTVJunkies.com as a spot for fellow enthusiasts to connect and collaborate. She previously spent almost eight years as the EIC for TV Guide Canada.