When The CW’s Ringer resumes its freshman run tonight at 9/8c, it wastes no time jumping back into its now-signature twisty, turny, game-changy storylines. The winter premiere alone find the twins (kind of) reuniting, a sexy romance blossoming and contains a creepy shower scene that might actually rival that of Psycho — and that’s only the first few minutes of the episode.
Here’s what else you can expect to see in the second half of Season 1, courtesy of executive producers Eric Charmelo and Nicole Snyder.
MORE TRUTH | Siobhan is back in New York when the episode kicks off, and she almost instantly comes into contact with those once closest to her. “It came off of the idea that if you want something done right, do it yourself,” Snyder says of the AWOL lady’s homecoming. “Siobhan has been plotting from afar and she couldn’t get what she wanted, so she had to come back and do it herself.” First on the hit list? Bridget, of course. “She doesn’t like to see her sister succeed where she failed.” There is also the option of filling Henry in on the twin-sized secret once the onetime lovers come face-to-face, which — SPOILER — they most certainly do. “We never know what Siobhan is going to tell– even to the people she really loves,” Snyder adds. “She may tell the truth to Henry or she may give a half-truth…. She may do what she has to do to service her own plan.”
MORE SECRETS | “There’s one singular incident that drove this gigantic wedge between the sisters, and we’re going to discover what that is,” Charmelo shares. The obvious assumption is that said wedge has something to do with the photo Siobhan keeps of a young boy — but without confirming, Charmelo will only say that during February sweeps, we’ll learn “why Bridget is on this path of redemption and why Siobhan is on this path of revenge.” He adds with a laugh, “You will actually feel pity for Siobhan. It’s a tough thing to do, but you will!”
MORE ROMANCE | Love — or at least Ringer‘s twisted version of it — is in the air when the thriller returns. “There are a lot of umbrellas that the second half of the season fall under,” Charmelo explains. “One of the big umbrellas is Bridget and Andrew’s burgeoning relationship, and another is Siobhan and Henry salvaging their relationship. [The romances are] going to be a more evenly split in the second half.”
MUCH MORE BLOOD | If anyone’s in the mood for a “bloodbath” — Charmelo’s words, not ours — just check out the remainder of Ringer‘s freshman run.
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