"Beauty and the Beast" Season 2 features potential romance for Catherine after a heartbreaking episode with Vincent and a time for her to move on. The CW's popular TV show is pulling up ratings as new love interest for Catherine and Vincent for "Beauty and the Beast" upcoming episodes for Season 2.
After taking a short break, the show is back with more thrilling episodes and this year's Season 2 started with a kiss. Played by "Heroes" star Sendhil Ramamurthy, Gabe happens to be the best person for Cat now played by Kristin Kreuk.
But it's not just Catherine who is getting all the actions, Vincent is moving forward with Tori but the couple's love affair is reported to be short-lived. "The design of this part of the season is for Cat and Vincent to grow as individuals," says "Beauty and the Beast" executive producer Brad Kern.
"They came together so fast for kismet, epic reasons, but that's not a long-term relationship. You have to figure out who you are separately which is painful, but also comedic and adventurous," explained Kern.
According to Kern, Cat deserves someone who can protect her and not some beast who made some bad choices. "You got the perfect guy right there who's handsome, rich, working hard to make his amends, trying to be protective of her. It's hard for a woman who's been dealing with a beast who's made some really bad choices not to look over at the perfect guy that every mother would want their daughter to marry and give him a second look," reveals Kern.
"She's trying. If she's going to move forward in her life then she's going to explore other possibilities for sure. There's no bigger VinCat shipper than me, but I have been won over by Gabe a bit. So I'm not upset because it feels like she deserves it," explains executive producer Jennifer Levin.
"Beauty and the Beast" fans just have to wait for upcoming episodes for Cat, Vincent and Gabe. The show's producers asked fans to be patience as Vincent finds the balance between man and beast, the Season 2 finale promises a shocking VinCat cliffhanger.