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A Ten-Day Countdown to the Premiere of A Discovery of Witches – Day Six – The Magic!

Matthew Goode as Matthew de Clermont and Teresa Palmer as Diana Bishop in A Discovery of Witches. Image shared by @adiscoveryofwitchestv on Instagram.

There is so much magic in store for us in Season 2 of A Discovery of Witches — and not just the cinematic kind! Shadow of Night is central to Diana’s development as a witch; she discovers the depths of her powers and asks important questions about her magic and her place in the world. We’ve long been curious about how the production and creative teams behind the television show would illustrate Diana’s magical education with Goody Alsop and her growing understanding of how her power can change the world. By all appearances, we have a lot to look forward to — time travel! Weaving! The potential for familiars! The search for the Book of Life! Diana’s journey from reluctant witch to powerful weaver is one of our favorite storylines in the All Souls Trilogy and we can’t wait to see it take shape on screen. To whet our appetites for magic of all kinds, take a peek at this lovely behind-the-scenes video shared by A Discovery of Witches TV on Instagram. Are you following them, yet?

Which of Diana’s remarkable powers do you hope to see on display in Season 2? What spell do you wish you could perform?

We’ll celebrate the premiere of Season 2 with a live-tweet on Saturday, 9 January 2021, at 7pm EST. Use the hashtag #ccalchemy to join us and invite your friends!

In the meantime, follow us on Twitter or join our Facebook group, the Chamomile & Clove Clovers, to connect with us and other fans dreaming about the magic and wonder of Season 2. See you tomorrow!


Cait and Jen

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A Ten-Day Countdown to the Premiere of A Discovery of Witches TV Season 2 – Day Nine – Costumes!

Teresa Palmer as Diana Bishop in A Discovery of Witches TV. Image taken from trailer footage.

History is fun. Historical dress is the *most* fun. For those of you who attended All Souls Con in 2018 and 2019, you’ll probably remember Friend-of-the-Pod Amy and her incredible handmade period costumes for Mary Sidney, Countess of Pembroke, and Sir Walter Raleigh. If not, peep them below.


There’s such incredible labor that goes into making period costumes — every texture, every color, every fabric has to speak to the time period and the status of the character wearing the garment. That means that–in the name of accuracy– the brilliant team at Bad Wolf TV had to pay attention to Tudor dressing rules and sumptuary laws, which governed who could wear what (and where and when and why, etc.) and employ a vast team of artisans and craftspeople who could create the stunning items we’ve seen in previews and in snippets on Deb’s Instagram and Facebook feeds. (If you’re not following Deb on Twitter and Facebook and Instagram, you’re missing out on all sorts of good things. Fix it here.)

We’ve joked that, if we’re not careful, our coverage of Season 2 will devolve into a costume appreciation happy hour. Which costume or series of costumes do you most look forward to seeing in Season 2?

Come join our pre-season chatter on Facebook or Twitter and don’t forget to join our first Season 2 live tweet on Saturday, 9 January 2021, at 7pm EST/4pm PST. Use the hashtag #ccalchemy to play along.

Our countdown continues tomorrow! See you then!


Cait and Jen

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A Discovery of Witches 1×01 Livetweet – 17 January 2019

Photo courtesy of Sundance Now


We’re a mere month away from the premiere of A Discovery of Witches TV in the U.S. and Canada. With only thirty days to go, we’re pleased to announce our inaugural C&C live tweet of ADOWTV 1×01 on 17 January 2019 at 9pm EST/6pm PST. We know you might have questions — this blog post is here to answer them.

What’s a live tweet?

A live tweet (LT) is a very fun and goofy way to enjoy a movie or an episode of television with your internet friends. At the same moment, we all press PLAY and watch the film together while supplying commentary and talking to one another via Twitter. It’s easy, it’s free, and it’s a great way to bond over the premiere together when we can’t be together in person. Consider it a long-distance watch party.

How do you participate?

All you have to do to participate in a LT is log on to Twitter and follow our hashtag, #ccalchemy. Every tweet tagged with #ccalchemy will appear together while we watch. Jen and I will monitor the hashtag and retweet our favorites so that everyone can benefit from your insights and excitement. That’s it. Tweet to us, tweet to each other, tweet using the hashtag, and we’ll find you. We’ll spend a delightful hour cackling and gushing over witches and vampires together — through the wonders of modern technology.

I can’t make the date and time you set. Will there be other chances to play along?

Absolutely! We just haven’t scheduled them yet. You can expect that we will live tweet all eight episodes of Season 1 — probably more than once — while we wait for Season 2. There’s free fun for everyone.

If you have other questions, feel free to e-mail us at or tweet to us at @chamomilenclove. We can’t wait to see you on 17 January 2019.