Inside The Secret Circle: Adam Conant

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We can't for The Secret Circle to premiere, if only so readers can share in our excitement of this series premiere.

As we move closer to the September 15 pilot, TV Fanatic will be taking readers inside The Secret Circle, providing background on various characters to get you as excited for the CW drama as we are. Last week: Cassie Blake.

Now: Adam Conant.

Adam and Cassie

Played by: Thomas Dekker.
Character traits: Mature beyond his years. With an alcoholic, troubled father, Adam is in charge of his family's restaurant and has clearly been forced to grow up faster than most teenagers.
Girlfriend: Diana.
Why you'll love him: He saves Cassie's life and also begins to unlock her potential as a witch within the show's first 45 minutes. He's sweet and patient and, seemingly, loyal, which should create an interesting love triangle between Adam, Cassie and Diana. The latter is very nice, but you'll be on Team CAdam before the pilot is over.

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I hope there's some chemistry and a good dynamic between these characters. It's that chemistry that makes other 'young' shows, like GG or TVD work so well--and makes them appeal to me, a not-so-young viewer.