the story continued after Vincent had been captured by Muirfield. Catherine continued searching for him until they were finally reunited. however, Vincent has changed. his scar was gone, so was his memory. he was now loyal to Muirfield, going on mysterious mission assigned to him, mainly to take out other beast. desperate to recover their romance, Catherine constantly approached the unfriendly beast with the hope of reminding him of their love. in the meanwhile, Catherine also discovered after her father's death that she wasn't his biological daughter.
the second season was faster with its pace compared to Season 1 (2012). it was relieving to get away from their cheesy romance for once and focused more on the mysterious background of Muirfield. seeing Vincent as a beast that was less attached to Catherine was very refreshing, making him more believable. while we expected Muirfield to be some huge complicated organization with a lot of people involved, it was somewhat surprising if not disappointing to find out that it was actually controlled by only one man, apparently someone closer to Catherine than she realized. in this second installment, JT and Tess had more airtime to grow on us, becoming officially our favorite characters, even though Vincent and Catherine were never their competition to begin with.
some backgrounds on the drama:
- episodes: 22
- director: Sherri Cooper, Jennifer Levin
- released: October 2013 - May 2014
- casts: Kristin Kreuk, Jay Ryan, Max Brown, Austin Basi, Nina Lisandrello, Brian White, Sendhil Ramamurthy, Amber Skye Noyes
- language: English
- genre: Supernatural
- Beauty and the Beast: Season 1 (2012)
- Beauty and the Beast: Season 2 (2013)