The stars of TV’s Charmed say they’re ready to reopen the Book of Shadows and bring the beloved supernatural series back for a Netflix movie or miniseries.
“We are all open for [a Charmed reunion]!” Alyssa Milano, a.k.a. Phoebe Halliwell, told Entertainment Tonight.
“It seems like that’s going to happen any second. I just feel like with all these reunions, and we still have such a cult following, that I feel like someone’s going to put that together at some point, and we’re all totally on board for that!”
Charmed continues to garner new fans, who binge-watch it on streaming services like Netflix. A Facebook page devoted to a reunion movie has more than 17,000 followers.
Milano’s not the only Halliwell sister itching to get back to freezing time and teleporting.
Rose McGowan has mostly retired from acting, but said last year she’d be up for a reunion. “Witchcraft is kind of awesome and I had the best powers, so I hope so,” she told E! last year.
She added, though, that she hoped “we’re all drunk and high on coke.”
Even Shannon Doherty, whose character, Prue Halliwell, was killed off in Season Three, would sign on for another go. Responding to a tweet from her co-stars, Doherty wrote, “yep, I would. Enough was left undone to address and make a good movie.”
Holly Marie Combs has been a little more tepid about returning to the Aaron Spelling-produced series.
Back in 2013, when CBS was talking about remaking the show, she succinctly tweeted
Here's the thing. Everything is a reboot. If you think otherwise you haven't read enough Shakespeare yet.
— Holly Marie Combs (@H_Combs) October 29, 2013
That’s all well and good, but has anyone asked Kaley Cuoco if she’d return as Billy Jenkins?