"I wouldn’t want to stick around with these people [laughs]. These are not a good group of kids to hang with. They’re kind of tied to each other, which is the bad part. They all come from these broken homes, these fragmented families because of this history, and they come together not by blood in a way but by choice. Because they’re linked, they create their own family."
"His episode on Thursday is pretty amazing to watch. Gale, obviously, is such a gifted actor. What’s so great about having guys that can play this wide range of emotions is that you just want to give them a ton to do."
Miller stated, “Our initial plan was to do it earlier, but we liked him so much that — and we liked his and Melissa’s relationship — we felt like we could take it a little bit further, so that it ended up being five episodes instead of less.”
"He’s the last guy they want to be part of that, because everyone hates him. He grew up with them and left a few years ago, and just kind of left an emotional bomb before he tore out of town. They don’t want him to be part of the circle in any way, so he may be the key to empowering them, or he may be the very thing that destroys them."
Writer/co-Exec Prod. Andrew Miller tweeted about this one - you can get the Secret Circle Theme song for your ringtone for free here. Obviously, check out the fine print before you download, but at first glance it looks above board.