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Motherland: Fort Salem

Motherland: Fort Salem

Freeform 2020

A trio of witches is trained to become powerful weapons for the American military.

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The 10 Best Episodes of Motherland: Fort Salem

Motherland: Fort Salem - S2E1

#1 - Of the Blood


Season 2 - Episode 1

Despite the threat of the Camarilla, the discovery of new witches gives Alder hope. Tally struggles with her role as a Biddy, and Raelle and Abigail return to Fort Salem with their mysterious new abilities.

The episode was rated from 71 votes.

Motherland: Fort Salem - S1E10

#2 - Witchbomb


Season 1 - Episode 10

Raelle, Abigail, and Tally graduate from Basic Training making Abigail more desperate than ever to prove her unit belongs in War College. Alder eyes the unit for a rescue mission while Anacostia and Scylla find common ground.

The episode was rated from 343 votes.

Motherland: Fort Salem - S1E8

#3 - Citydrop


Season 1 - Episode 8

The witches' training culminates at Citydrop, their final training exercise; devastating secrets come to light, splintering the unit and forcing Tally to question her blind trust; a Spree threat changes the course of the cadets' lives.

The episode was rated from 338 votes.

Motherland: Fort Salem - S1E5

#4 - Bellweather Season


Season 1 - Episode 5

The unit travels off base for the high society wedding of Abigail’s cousin. Raelle throws herself into her relationship with Scylla, who, unbeknownst to Raelle, faces an impossible choice. Abigail becomes disillusioned with her privilege while amongst the notable Bellweather line. And Tally gets hit with two life-altering revelations that change the very fabric of the unit.

The episode was rated from 395 votes.

Motherland: Fort Salem - S1E9

#5 - Coup


Season 1 - Episode 9

In the aftermath of Citydrop, the unit comes closer together, while their distrust of Alder grows; Abigail is faced with eulogizing a fallen soldier, while Tally learns something new about Gerit; Anacostia grants one last favor to Scylla.

The episode was rated from 326 votes.

Motherland: Fort Salem - S1E7
#6 - Mother Mycelium
Season 1 - Episode 7

Abigail forges a connection with Adil, a new visitor to base camp, and pushes a devastated Raelle to help him save a life. Tally uses Gerit as a distraction from her increasingly burdensome secrets. Anacostia probes into Scylla’s past.

The episode was rated from 358 votes.
Motherland: Fort Salem - S1E6
#7 - Up is Down
Season 1 - Episode 6

Abigail has to come to terms with her vulnerability in the aftermath of a horrific event. Tally struggles with being supportive while also keeping a secret from her unit. Raelle takes extreme measures to connect with Scylla.

The episode was rated from 381 votes.
Motherland: Fort Salem - S1E2
#8 - My Witches
Season 1 - Episode 2

The unit travels to Salem Town for an annual witch celebration, but an unexpected disturbance throws the proceedings into chaos. Tally wonders if she made the right choice to embark on a military career when witch-hate and her own mother stand in her way. Smarting from Alder’s denial of her request to switch units, Abigail attempts to bury the hatchet with Raelle. Raelle grows closer to Scylla, while the unit impresses Anacostia in Windstrike training.

The episode was rated from 501 votes.
Motherland: Fort Salem - S1E3
#9 - A Biddy’s Life
Season 1 - Episode 3

Fort Salem excitedly greets male visitors on the eve of Beltane, but Raelle and Scylla’s budding romance is interrupted by the arrival of a mysterious man from Scylla’s past. One of the male witches catches Tally’s eye, but she is unsure of how to proceed. Meanwhile, Alder attempts to convince the Hague, an international military council of witches, to follow her strategy against the Spree and is startled by the news of an escalating humanitarian crisis in the Tarim Basin.

The episode was rated from 435 votes.
Motherland: Fort Salem - S1E4
#10 - Hail Beltane
Season 1 - Episode 4

The base reels from a traumatic event, while Raelle tries to come to terms with her role in the tragedy. Scylla attempts to evade Raelle’s increasingly pointed questions. Abigail works to impress her formidable rival, Libba. And Tally’s connection with Gerit grows during Beltane, a sacred holiday honoring fertility traditions.

The episode was rated from 424 votes.

Last updated: jul 24, 2021



I want expecting much when it came up as a suggestion in my prime lists. if you're a homophob, not for you. if you're not into girl power, strong women, not for you. if you're racist, not going to be for you. if you like fantasy, crossed with "crime" solving, military-ish with superwomen? you're in luck. it's surprisingly engaging. charmed with a while lot more kick-assery going on.


wow i must say i wasnt expecting much from this show actually but this was breathtaking the story the action the plot everything was flawless i loved the beautiful ladies and the action i cant wait till wednesday from now on


Despite the season preview at the end of the pilot previewing some intriguing "witchy" scenes ahead I think I'm going to pass. Wasn't certain beforehand how YA oriented this will be but from what I've seen that is certainly the target audience (if I had known it would air on Freeform I wouldn't have bothered - just thought that this being at SXSW would mean something different..). Lots of stuff gets skipped over or is handled superficially which is weird for a show declaring sisterhood/their squad to be something crucial.


Good first episode. I was expecting mediocre CGI, stiff acting and lots of lesbians. I only got lesbians so far. Color me surprised. Let's see if it keeps up.


OMG, teen melodrama on witchcraft fantasy genre background. Overall story excruciatingly boring. Coming of age stuff, is caretural. It's bad.


I thought it was absolutely fantastic, great acting and storyline


I just finished the first episode. I can't believe how much character development went into the first episode. So far the material is fresh and current. The acting and special effects are far and away better than most shows in the past decade. Keeping politics out of this, the show is about the U.S. military and it's struggle against an encroaching terrorist group called the Spree. The twist is that the U.S. military is comprised solely of witches. The Spree seem to be comprised of witches as well. I'm interested to see where this series goes.


The lesbian stuff is overblown not that it mattered. It was a little bit light on character development, but there wasn’t much time before the action started, so I was okay with how it was handled. The show moves at a quick pace and good story line as far as I’m concerned. I loved it. Definitely worth a watch.


This was actually decent, with a really interesting ending. It had a few lows with some lazy dialogue and writing, but overall was much better than expected. It feels like the next season will open up the story properly. First season had a lot of character development and some really good twists. Not just the lesbian witch show I thought it will be from the trailer.

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