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Recommendations for The Worst Witch Fans to fill your time till Season 2

(as put together by your Witchy Mod, and @missy-poppins91)

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First of all we recommend checking out the other incarnations of The Worst Witch - the books, 1986 TV movie, the 1998 TV series, Weirdsister College, and The New Worst Witch. OUTSIDE of this… here are our suggestions.

Books

  • Goth Girl (series) by Chris Riddell
  • Dianna Wynne Jones’ work - particular recs: Howl’s Moving Castle, Castle in the Air, House of Many Ways
  • Witch Wars by Sibéal Pounder and Laura Ellen Anderson 
  • The Uncommers by Jennifer Bell
  • The Apprentice Witch by James Nicol
  • The Serafina Series by Robert Beatty
  • Matilda and The Witch by Roald Dahl
  • The Pure Dead Series by Debi Gliori
  • Harry Potter by J.K Rowling
  • The Tiffany Aching books by Terry Pratchett

Live Action Media

  • Belfry Witches
  • Hocus Pocus
  • Halloweentown (plus sequels)
  • Matilda
  • Sabrina the Teenage Witch
  • The Witches
  • Twitches
  • Young Dracula

Animation

  • Card Captor Sakura
  • Howl’s Moving Castle
  • Little Witch Academica
  • Kiki’s Delivery Service
  • School for Vampires
  • Scream Street
Top 10 Television Couples
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Both equally awkward in their own way, Jess and Nick are on their way to becoming TV couple royalty, but because the relationship is new, they’ll be ranked #10 on the list. They must earn their seniority.

9. Zack and Kelly

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From Saved By the Bell, Zack Morris and Kelly Kapowski’s classic teenage romance nabs them the number 9 position. Unfortunately the extreme cheesiness of the show is what keeps the relationship from ranking higher.

8. Jesse and Rebecca

Have. Mercy. It doesn’t matter how old you are, you will always have a crush on wild free-spirited Uncle Jesse and you’ll always be jealous of Rebecca, the one who tamed him. Their relationship was cheesy in all the right ways and you have to admit that your heart melts every time you watch him sing “Forever” at their wedding.

7. Sabrina and Harvey

He fell in love with a witch. That is seriously hardcore commitment.

6. Lizzie and Gordo

You can’t help but relate to little awkward frizzy haired Gordo. His love for Lizzie melted our hearts, but damnit he should’ve been more assertive because this kiss was way too overdue.

5. Ross and Rachel

When this was the result of their first kiss you knew they’d be one of the best TV couples of all time. What keeps them from being higher on the list? The 10 years we spent agonizing over whether or not they would actually end up together.

4. Cory and Topanga

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These two took high school sweethearts to a whole new level, since they basically started dating in elementary school. I barely even like myself for a whole day, God knows how these 2 have liked each other since the sandbox days.

3. Chuck and Blair

The only reason they’re not number one on the list is because I’m bitter about the fact that I’m not Blair Waldorf.

2. Monica and Chandler

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A complete surprise, a tear-jerking proposal, and a sense of silliness unmatched by any other couple, Monica and Chandler rank number 2. You just don’t stick your head in a turkey for someone unless you’re in love with them.

And who’s the number 1 couple? Read more to find out!

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Imma say that Emmy Rossum is underrated
The girl has never been nominated for an Emmy(her acting is actually amazing in Shameless)She is phenomenal in her movies as well.In You’re Not You,she does play a similar character to her character in Shameless,but I digress.She was outstanding in that film.I’m also happy that she was at least Golden Globe nominated for Phantom.Not only can she act her heart out, she can SINGGG.I mean that girl sings soprano and does it like one of the best.I practically cry every time I listen to her.Why aren’t we talking about her more???!
P.S. I’m just going to sit back and wait for her Oscar..

Originally posted by monsieurphantom

Originally posted by carlscrib