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Alyssa Milano and Holly Marie Combs made “Charmed” fans’ dreams come true when they guest starred as two sisters on an episode of “Grey’s Anatomy” earlier this month. The special “Cast From the Past Week” installment of the popular ABC medical drama reignited the reunion conversation among those viewers longing for the Power of Three to set them free.And Milano isn’t shooting down the possibility.“I mean, Holly and I talk about ‘Charmed’ movies a lot, you know,” the “Insatiable” star told Access Daily hosts Mario Lopez and Kit Hoover. “Because they have the new ‘Charmed,’ which is on The CW, and it’s a very different storyline…”Also Read: 'Insatiable' Creator on Patty and Bob's Killer Season 2 Finale Revelations, Plans for Season 3Here’s where Hoover interjects to say The CW’s reboot, which is currently in its second season and produced by CBS TV Studios (the studio with the rights to “Charmed”), is “not the same” and Milano agrees: “It’s a different show and it felt like they were trying to capitalize off the name but not continuing on the storyline or the legacy. So it was tough.”“But we have been talking about maybe doing some films for Netflix,” she added. “And so I think that would be really fun and I think it’s a great way to celebrate our fans that have stuck with us for such a long time but still give it new blood.”Representatives for Netflix and CBS TV Studios did not immediately respond to TheWrap’s request for comment.Also Read: 29 Most Iconic TV Witches, From Samantha Stephens to Sabrina Spellman (Photos)Alyssa says that when she reunited with Holly for the “Grey’s” episode they “did not miss a beat.”“It was like we were at work yesterday doing ‘Charmed,'” she said.In reality, it’s been 12 years since we said goodbye to the series, which ran for eight seasons from 1998-2006 on The WB and later The CW. Milano and Combs starred on the magical drama as sisters Phoebe and Piper Halliwell, with Shannen Doherty playing their eldest sister, Prue, on Seasons 1-3 and Rose McGowan taking over as the third lead in Season 4, cast in the role of Paige, their half-sister.Also Read: ABC's 'Cast From the Past Week' to Reunite Stars of 'Cheers,' 'Charmed,' 'The Drew Carey Show'“We had so much fun,” Milano says, looking back on “Charmed.” “I mean, you don’t take yourself too seriously on that show because we were battling demons every day in ridiculous costumes, you know what I mean?”Watch the interview above.Read original story Alyssa Milano Says She’s Talking With Holly Marie Combs About Making ‘Charmed’ Movies for Netflix (Video) At TheWrap
Alyssa Milano and Holly Marie Combs appeared on "Grey's Anatomy" as sisters on the edge of losing their third sister.
A week after Wu's social media rant about the renewal of her show, McGowan revealed that she had been unhappy to learn "Charmed" would continue.
The CW on Thursday went on something of a renewal tear, picking up additional seasons of 10 current series — aka nearly its entire lineup. The list of shows confirmed to return for the 2019-20 TV season includes The Flash, Arrow, Riverdale, Supernatural, Supergirl, Black Lightning and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. Freshman entries Charmed and Legacies […]
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The CW has set premiere dates for its fall lineup, including “Riverdale,” “The Flash,” and “Black Lightning,” as well as new shows “Charmed,” “Legacies” and “All American.”
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The CW on Thursday unveiled its fall 2018 schedule, along with previews for its upcoming series, including the Charmed reboot, and the Taye Diggs-led football drama All American. Here at TVLine, we immediately jumped at the chance to screen each trailer — which you can also do by clicking here — and we’re ready to divulge our totally unfiltered, brutally […]
The CW has renewed “iZombie” for a fifth season and picked up five new series, the network said Friday. Among them are the “Charmed” and the “Roswell, New Mexico” reboot starring Jeanine Mason. The new take on “Charmed” comes from “Jane the Virgin” alum Jennie Snyder Urman and was originally developed last cycle and passed on by the network, is described as a “fierce, funny, feminist reboot of the original series” and will center on three sisters in a college town who discover they are witches.
Madeleine Mantock will play Macy in the potential series, TVLine has learned. The character is an über-smart geneticist who’s very down-to-earth, driven… and completely gobsmacked when she learns that the supernatural world actually exists.
The CW has conjured up the first major piece of casting for its Charmed reboot, tapping Melonie Diaz (Vh1’s The Breaks) to star as one of the three bewitching sisters, TVLine has learned. Mel is described as “a passionate, outspoken activist who loses her way in the wake of family tragedy.” As TVLine previously reported, Mel […]
Move over Piper, Phoebe, Paige and Prue — there’s a new bewitching sister act coming your way, and their parents were fans of alliteration, too!
Original 'Charmed' cast member Holly Marie Combs took to Twitter early Friday morning to denounce The CW’s in-the-works reboot, which snagged a formal pilot order on Thursday.
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