It looks like the power of three is bringing your favorite TV show back to the small screen!
E! News is reporting that Charmed is getting its own reboot on The CW, with Jane the Virgin executive producer Jennie Snyder Urman leading the series.
According to E!, the show — which will feature a whole new cast — centers around three witches who come together to “fight the forces of evil (and fight for women’s rights) in a New England town in 1976.
Even though we’re leaving the Halliwell sisters in mid-90s San Francisco, two of the show’s former stars — Alyssa Milano and Holly Marie Combs — cryptically sounded off on the news.
“#Charmed fans! There are not fans like you. You’re the best,” Alyssa tweeted while Holly said, “We wish them the best.”
#Charmed fans! There are no fans like you. You're the best of the best.
— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) January 5, 2017
We wish them well.
— Holly Marie Combs (@H_Combs) January 5, 2017
At this time, there are conflicting reports about whether this is simple a new take on the old series or a “prequel” to the Charmed we came to know and love back in the day.
This is hardly the first we’ve heard of a reboot.
It was first rebooted that CBS was working on a reboot back in 2013, just one year after it was named the second most binge-watched show on Netflix.
When asked in 2015 about a reunion, Rose McGowan said, “I hope we’re all drunk and high on coke. Maybe. But you know what? Witchcraft is kind of awesome and I had the best powers, so I hope so. Sure.”
We like the sound of that!
If you need us, we’ll be dusting off our Book of Shadows.