The reboot of “Charmed” proved that the charm is still alive and well, and fans are excited for Season 4 to begin! Find out everything you need to know about the latest developments, including who will take the place of one of the witch sisters.
It has me enchanted! The revival of “Charmed” has wowed fans of the original series while also attracting a slew of new ones.
The CW network pulled off an amazing trick by replacing the classic OG witch sisters Prue (Shannen Doherty), Piper (Holly Marie Combs) and Phoebe (Alyssa Milano) with an equally entertaining new set of siblings: Maggie (Madeleine Mantock), Macy (Sarah Jeffery, Madeleine Mantock), and Mel (Melonie Diaz). Due to the success of the new series, a fourth season will premiere on March 11th, 2022.
While speculations of a cast and showrunner shakeup circulated, HollywoodLife compiled all the essential details about “Charmed’s” next chapter. Here’s all you need to know about what to expect, who’ll be returning, and more!
Season 4 premiere date for “Charmed”
In February 2021, The CW announced that Charmed had been renewed for a fourth season. The launch date has been planned for Friday, March 11, 2022, so fans won’t have to wait long. Following such hits as Batwoman, Dynasty, The Flash, and Riverdale, it will be the final CW series to air for the 2021-2022 season. “Charmed”, which previously aired on Sundays, will now air on Fridays.
Season 4 Of “Charmed”: What To Expect
The concert will first and mainly address Macy’s untimely death. “We’re not going to just blow over Macy’s death,” showrunner Falco told TVline. “This season will be about loss and pain, and how they can transform individuals — as well as how to either succumb to it or push through it, and how to rediscover joy and happiness again.” We believe it will help us create the most fun, seductive, and thrilling season of “Charmed” yet once the characters arrive.”
They’d also like to emphasise the sister relationship. “One of the ways we’re going to make the show feel different this season is by delving further into that — the way they show up for each other, the way they fail each other, the secrets they hold from each other,” Renna told the site. “There will be both warm, fluffy moments and sharp, prickly times.” We’ll delve into the layers that make up these complex ladies.”
But there will undoubtedly be some surprises! “One should not presume that Jordan is a Whitelighter, or that Harry is no longer a Whitelighter, or that anyone is what they were,” Leiber told the publication. “When you experience a tragedy, you begin to redefine yourself.” We are at a point in history when everyone has the opportunity to reconsider who they are and how they connect with the world.”