Urman acknowledged there’s been fan unhappiness with the fact “Charmed” is a reboot and not a revival.
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The cast and producer of CW's new "Charmed" are defending the reboot as a story for its time. The drama series about three young half-sisters who are witches will confront contemporary issues including the #MeToo movement, executive producer Jennie Snyder Urman told Monday's Television Critics Association summer meeting.Urman acknowledged there's been fan unhappiness with the fact "Charmed" is a reboot and not a revival of the original series.The drama debuted in 1998 with Holly Marie Combs, Alyssa Milano and Shannen Doherty as the three Halliwell witch-sisters. Rose McGowan joined the series in 2006 .
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