Salem

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Salem
Salem logo.jpg
Premiere April 20, 2014
Finale January 25, 2017
Creator Brannon Braga &
Adam Simon
Network WGN America
Style 60-minute historical drama
Company Beetlecod Productions
Prospect Park
(seasons 1–2)
The Firm
(season 3)
Fox 21
(season 1)
Fox 21 Television Studios
(seasons 2–3)
Seasons 3
Episodes 36
Origin USA
Official Site WGN America
Official Twitter @SalemWGNA feed on Twitter
Official Facebook SalemWGNA on Facebook

Salem is a historical drama that aired on WGN America, the network's first original series. It is based on the real Salem witch trials that occurred in 1692.

Salem tells the fictional story of the infamous Salem witch trials, which were not the last, in the 17th century in colonial Massachusetts, when the government was dominated by Puritan leaders. It questions whether the Puritans were right in their actions, whether the people punished were innocent, and centers on the "real witches" who were a part of day-to-day life, but were not who or what they seemed to be.

Contents

Cast

Actor Character Duration
Main Cast
Janet Montgomery Mary Sibley 1 2 3
Shane West John Alden 1 2 3
Seth Gabel Cotton Mather 1 2 3
Tamzin Merchant Anne Hale 1 2 3
Ashley Madekwe Tituba 1 2 3
Elise Eberle Mercy Lewis 1 2 3
Iddo Goldberg Isaac Walton 1 2 3
Xander Berkeley Magistrate Hale 1 2
Oliver Bell John / The Devil 1 2 3
Joe Doyle Baron Sebastian von Marburg 3
Season numbers in red indicate a recurring or guest role in that season.
Supporting/Recurring Cast
Stephen Lang Increase Mather 1 2 3
Michael Mulheren George Sibley 1 2
Azure Parsons Gloriana Embry 1 3
Sammi Hanratty Dollie Trask 1 2
Lucy Lawless Countess Ingrid Palatine von Marburg 2 3
Stuart Townsend Dr. Samuel Wainwright 2
Marilyn Manson Thomas Dinley 3

Seasons

Season Premiere Finale #
WGN America
Season One April 20, 2014 July 13, 2014 13
Season Two April 5, 2015 June 28, 2015 13
Season Three November 2, 2016 January 25, 2017 10

In-Depth

DVD Releases

There are no DVD releases for this show.

External Sites