The Charmed Reboot Has Released Their First Trailer And People Aren't Happy

We've all been waiting months for the details of the new Charmed reboot and now we finally have our first look at it. That's right, the CW released the first trailer and it's a lot to take in. We find out the general plot of the show, a little bit about the three sisters, and see a small hint of the supernatural elements they will be going up against. First of all, one original 'Charmed' witch is not that happy about itThe WBEven though it's too late to do anything about it now, Holly Marie Combs, who played Piper Halliwell,


New Details About The "Charmed" Reboot's Story Line Revealed

Back in November, The CW officially announced that the 90s hit show Charmed will be getting the reboot treatment. Just like all the other revivals of our favorite television shows from back in the day, it was hinted that the show will return with a major twist. At the time, Entertainment Weekly reported that the new show will not be a continuation of the original series, which ended 12 years ago, instead it will be a prequel. The new version written by Jessica O’Toole, Amy Rardin and Jennie Snyder, was initially supposed to take the viewers back to 1976.


10 Secrets From The Charmed Set That You Won't Know If You're Not A Witch

It was recently announced that there would be a reboot of the hit 90s and early 2000s show Charmed, but there will be a few major twists. In preparation for the release of the reboot (no specific date has been announced yet) let's take a look at 10 things you didn't know about the original show. 1. Holly Marie Combs (Piper) had two "romances" going on at the same time.For the entire eight season span of the show, Holly Marie Combs, who played Piper, had an onscreen romance going on with Leo Wyatt who was played by Brian Krause.


A "Charmed" Reboot Is Finally Happening, But With A Major Plot Twist

Back in August, inTouch ran an exclusive story claiming that Alyssa Milano, Shannen Doherty, and Holly Marie Combs, stars of the 90s WB hit show Charmed, were "in talks for a reboot." As you can imagine, fans got excited upon hearing this news, but unfortunately, Combs, who played Piper on the show about a coven of sister-witches who protected those around them from evil spirits and demons, killed the excitement after she took to social media to shut down the dubious claims. "I’m sorry to say that all the reboot rumors are just that… rumors," Combs wrote. RadiotimesShortly after,