Bitten (TV series)
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|Genre||Drama, Fantasy, Horror|
|Created by||Daegan Fryklind|
|Based on||Women of the Otherworld
by Kelley Armstrong
|Country of origin||Canada|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||8 (List of episodes)|
|Running time||43–45 minutes|
|Picture format||480i (NTSC)
|Original run||January 13, 2014– present|
Bitten is a 2014 television series based on the Women of the Otherworld series of books by author Kelley Armstrong. The first book in the series is titled Bitten. The majority of the filming for the series is done in Toronto, Canada.
Cast and characters
- Laura Vandervoort as Elena Michaels
- Greyston Holt as Clayton Danvers
- Greg Bryk as Jeremy Danvers
- Paul Greene as Philip McAdams
- Steve Lund as Nick Sorrentino
Recurring and guest cast
- Michael Xavier as Logan Jonsen (6 episodes)
- Paulino Nunes as Antonio Sorrentino (6 episodes)
- Genelle Williams as Rachel (5 episodes)
- Joel Keller as Peter Myers (4 episodes)
- Fiona Highet as Sheriff Karen Morgan (7 episodes)
- James McGowan as James Williams (2 episodes)
- Natalie Brown as Diane McAdams (4 episodes)
- Sherry Miller as Olivia McAdams (3 episodes)
- Marc Bendavid as Scott Brandon (3 episodes)
- Pascal Langdale as Karl Marsten (3 episodes)
- Kaitlyn Leeb as Amanda (2 episodes)
- Noah Danby as Zachary Cain (4 episodes)
- Michael Luckett as Daniel Santos (4 episodes)
- Curtis Caravaggio as Thomas Leblanc (3 episodes)
- Patrick Garrow as Victor Olson (1 episode)
- Daniel Petronijevic as Samuel Boggs (1 episode)
- Natalie Lisinska as Sylvie (2 episodes)
- Eve Harlow as Amber (2 episodes)
- Benjamin Ayres as Jorge Sorrentino (1 episode)
|No.||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||U.S. viewers
|1||"Summons"||Brad Turner||Daegan Fryklind||January 13, 2014||1.02|
|Elena, a werewolf trying to live a normal life, is summoned home by Jeremy the leader of her Pack when they come under attack by an unknown enemy. But returning to Stonehaven means facing Clayton Danvers, the only man Elena has ever loved, and the one who betrayed her by changing her into a werewolf.|
|2||"Prodigal"||Brad Turner||Daegan Fryklind||January 20, 2014||0.81|
|Elena tries to keep Clayton at arms length, but he lets her know he'll do whatever it takes to get her back in his life for good. Elena uses the search for the deadly "mutt" as a distraction from her complicated personal life, but things get worse when a second dead body is found on Stonehaven's property.|
|3||"Trespass"||Andy Mikita||Denis McGrath||January 27, 2014||0.95|
|Elena and Clayton fall back into old patterns from their former relationship, which causes alarm for Elena who wants to forget the past. Together, they track down the Mutt at a warehouse, but find themselves in a sticky situation when the Mutt shifts to a wolf.|
|4||"Grief"||Paul Fox||Grant Rosenberg||February 3, 2014||0.83|
|Elena and Clay must put aside their growing sexual frustration as they team up to discover who and why someone has turned serial killers into werewolves.|
|5||"Bitten"||Andy Mikita||Daegan Fryklind||February 10, 2014||0.75|
|Elena is overcome by her remembrance of her love affair with Clayton and how he betrayed her trust by changing her into a werewolf to make her his mate, but still defends him from those who accuse him of being behind the murders. Meanwhile, a former Pack member and rival to Clayton returns with information about the Mutt plot.|
|6||"Committed"||Paul Fox||Karen Hill||February 17, 2014||0.83|
|Elena leaves Stonehaven to return to Toronto, but Santos follows her and offers her a deal to escape from the Pack. Back at the Pack's home, Jeremy is challenged for control of his fellow werewolves.|
|7||"Stalking"||T.W. Peacocke||Grant Rosenberg||February 24, 2014||0.83|
|Daniel Santos is now revealed as the leader of the mutt uprising, and he requests a meet with the Pack to discuss a potential truce. The Pack sees the meet as an opportunity to trap the rebelling Mutts but once again, the mutts are one step ahead of them and some of the Pack end up being hurt.|
|8||"Prisoner"||Grant Harvey||Wil Zmak||March 1, 2014||0.79|
|Elena discovers that Jeremy was stabbed with a poisoned blade. In order to find out the type of poison used, Elena tracks down the girl who stabbed Jeremy. Clayton uses various tactics to try and get Cain to reveal where the Mutts are located. Although unsuccessful, Clayton does get Cain to reveal that Santos has hired Jimmy Koenig to go after the Pack.|
|9||"Vengeance"||John Fawcett||Will Pascoe||March 8, 2014|
|10||"Descent"||James Dunnison||Julia Cohen||March 15, 2014|
|Elena returns to Toronto for her photography show with Clay at her side as protection (by Jeremy's orders). She is surprised by Philip, who knows her relationship with Clay is deeper than she's confessed in the past - curious to get to the bottom of it, Philip insists Clay stay with them at the apartment. As the two men sniff each other out, each with their own agenda, Elena tries to prevent her two worlds from colliding. At the art show, Elena is blindsided when Victor Olson, her former child abuser, shows up. Even more terrifying, he's now a Mutt. Philip, already loaded for bear, steps in to protect and defend Elena's honor, taking out all of his frustration and rage on a seemingly helpless Olson. Outside the gallery, Clay confronts Santos, threatening to kill him and end the uprising in its tracks, when a horrified Diane interrupts. Santos manages to escape just as Olson flees the gallery. The evening ends with Philip demanding the truth about Elena and Clay's relationship. When she reveals that they were former lovers and had been engaged, Philip storms out and Elena feels her worlds imploding.|
|11||"Settling"||James Dunnison||Wil Zmak|
|12||"Caged"||Kelly Makin||Will Pascoe|
|13||"Ready"||T.J. Scott||Daegan Fryklind|
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