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Charmed Review 2018 TV-Show Series Season Cast Crew Online
Creators: Constance M. Burge
Stars: Madeleine Mantock, Melonie Diaz, Sarah Jeffery
Review: The first is the hotly anticipated “Enchanted,” a reboot of the first arrangement that focuses on three sisters in a school town who find they are witches. The task was initially being developed at the system a year ago however was moved into this year. The first form of the reboot was set in the 1970’s yet this new form will occur in the present day.
It depends on a story by Jennie Urman, maker of The CW’s “Jane the Virgin,” who will official create with “Jane the Virgin” journalists Jessica O’Toole and Amy Rardin composing and official delivering. Brad Silberling, who has official delivered CW indicates including “Jane the Virgin,” “Administration,” “No Tomorrow” and “Rule,” will immediate and official create with Ben Silverman additionally official delivering. CBS Television Studios will create.
In 2017 the CW network announced their plans to reboot the late 90’s cult classic Charmed and the long-awaited ﬁrst-look extended trailer has been released on May 17.
In the original Charmed, the three Halliwell sisters Prue (Shannen Doherty), Piper (Holly Marie Combs) and Phoebe (Alyssa Milano) move back into their childhood home following their grandmother’s death and discover their pagan destiny as history’s most powerful witches, the charmed ones. Together they ﬁght evil and protect the innocent, up until they face the source of evil’s assassin in season three, who takes Prue’s life. The following season, the power of three reconstitutes with their surprise half-sister Paige (Rose McGowan), continuing their legacy for another ﬁve years on the air.
The reboot of Charmed was announced in 2017 with creator and executive producer of Jane the Virgin, Jennie Snyder Urman on board. The premise stayed tightlipped but it was announced that the reboot would take place in 1976. This concept was canned but a new project reported to be feministic and ﬁghting the patriarchy was later green-lit. The ﬁrst-look trailer of the reboot has ﬁnally been released on May 17 which shows a clear, modern and present-day reinvention of the original plot as follows.
Mother of headstrong feminist Mel (Melonie Diaz) and cheerleading college student Madison (Sarah Jeffery) passes in an unexplainable and tragic struggle at their home. Following her death, Ph.D. qualiﬁed genius Macy (Madeleine Mantock) shows at their doorstep with reason to believe to be their sister. With their powers activated, the trio discovers their fate as witches and together, they accept it.