Alyssa Milano: ‘Charmed’ Movie A Good Idea, Just Not A ‘Charmed’ Reboot

Alyssa Milano says a Charmed movie would be a good idea, just not a Charmed reboot.

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When CBS announced the Charmed reboot many fans were uncertain about the idea. But Alyssa Milano, who played Phoebe Halliwell in the series, wasn’t happy about a Charmed reboot at all, writing:

“The thing about them doing a #charmed reboot is… it just… it feels like yesterday. It feels too close.”

Rose McGowan, who replaced Shannon Doherty at the end of Charmed season 3, had stronger words for the Charmed reboot, calling the idea “lame lame lame lamertons.”

But then an open letter to CBS discussed the idea of a Charmed reboot:

“The show only ended in 2006, and the later seasons haven’t aged and still appear very modern. The actresses, while older, still don’t look that much older than when they were on the show. A reboot would make sense in another 15-20 years, or an original movie could even be made as was done with Charlie’s Angels or Bewitched.”

The open letter also discusses the idea of a Charmed sequel similar to Star Trek: The Next Generation. Instead, we’d see the next generation of witches following the Charmed finale. But then they bring up the idea of a Charmed movie that ties up some loose ends in the story:

“The only story Charmed never fulfilled was bringing back Prue, so she could meet Paige and reunite with her sisters. A two or three hour television movie would suffice. It would also be cheaper to make and be faster to film. A shorter filming schedule would make it easier to get all four actresses and the supporting cast back to film together for a few months.”

Apparently, Alyssa Milano likes the idea of a Charmed movie:


Do you Charmed fans agree with Alyssa Milano that a Charmed movie makes sense?