We're awash in a trend of TV reboots and revivals, and the latest property on the table is the late-90s/early-aughts fashion spectacular, Charmed.
This Charmed reboot, however, is being met with a lot less resistance, and if it's picked up by the network, will serve as the flawless replacement for the recently-departing The Vampire Diaries, which is in its final season on The CW.
The reboot will be created by "Jane the Virgin" showrunner Jennie Snyder Urman and writers Amy Radin and Jessica O'Toole. "You're the best of the best", Milano wrote.
However earlier in the year, Alyssa, who played Phoebe, broke fans hearts when she said that the show might be coming back but with new actresses.
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The new show will be a prequel of sorts, set in 1976, though additional details about the plot - and the show's connection, or lack thereof, to the original - are scant right now.
The original series starred Shannen Doherty, Holly Marie Combs, Alyssa Milano and Rose McGowan, and ran from 1998-2006.
First up there's Tina, an African American "whip-smart" who's studying for her PhD. "#Charmed fans! There are no fans like you". She can be reserved, even standoffish, in uncomfortable situations, but she picks up on everything and she's definitely making quick, accurate judgments about you.
Paige - and no, it's not Paige Halliwell - is described as "curvy, wholesome and as all-American" who's main goal is to marry a rich doctor and be a wife and mum. And Combs tweeted tersely, "We wish them well". But under that tough façade, well... there is a fragility.