Alyssa Milano isn't sold on the "Charmed" reboot being planned. Neither is Rose McGowan. Milano talked about the "Charmed" reboot on the "Late Show With Craig Ferguson" early Wednesday morning (Oct. 30) spurring a lot of gossip about it. According to a report from Tuesday (Oct. 29), CBS is planning to bring back what was the longest-running show on WB.
The show ran from 1998 to 2006, so it didn't leave the airwaves that long ago either. The other two stars of the show were Holly Marie Combs and Shannen Doherty, with McGowan stepping in when Doherty decided that she wanted to leave another show. There was a lot of drama about it at the time, especially because it was a familiar way to how she left "Beverly Hills: 90210" a few years earlier.
It's not at all surprising that Hollywood or CBS wants to bring back a show that had a lot of success in the past, especially since rehashing older ideas has worked. The network also has plans to bring back "Murder, She Wrote," with Octavia Spencer replacing the original star, Angela Lansbury. As for the "Charmed" reboot, it has been made very clear that at least two of the former stars are certainly not on board with it being made.
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