Is Mommyhood Affecting Jenna Dewan-Tatum's New Role?

2013 Summer TCA Tour – Day 3

Jul. 27 2013, Published 8:19 p.m. ET

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2013 Summer TCA Tour - Day 3

At the Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour on Friday, Jenna Dewan-Tatum and her Witches of East End cast fielded questions from reporters about thier upcoming Lifetime series (which looks totally sexy and amazing) but, of course, questions quickly turned to baby Everly.

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So how is being a mom affecting Jenna's turn as Freya Beauchamp, a woman who discovers her gorgeous family just happen to be witches?

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"We just started filming, but doing a couple of the scenes, realizing that I'm saying these certain lines and it added so much more depth to what I was saying given that now I have this little soul, this life that I'm taking care of," says the actress. "(On the show) we're dealing with so many family issues and we're dealing with loss and finding out truths and just all this stuff that, having done that before having my daughter, it probably would have come out a little bit differently and then now seeing it having had this sort of transformation of my own life, really without even thinking about it, really, to transform the way I said it, the way I delivered it.  So I'm excited about that, and I think that that's something that I was really looking forward to about becoming a mom."

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When asked if we'll see any other members of the Tatum family on Witches of East End, Jenna didn't rule out the possibility.

"Everly will not be in the show," she laughs. " She's too young. Maybe we'll sweet‑talk a certain little husband, and maybe he'll come on and do it.  Maybe he'll be a bad guy.  That would be fun."

Witches of East End will premiere on Lifetime this Fall.

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