The three original stars are on board for a re-boot.
“The Power of Three” may be making magic on Netflix sources say.
The hit television horror/fantasy drama “Charmed” may get a reboot on the popular streaming service.
There have been many talks about the series making a return including a feature-length film and a pilot for the CW.
But an insider told InTouch that reboot trailblazer Netflix is interested in taking on the task.
“They’re in talks for a reboot.
“They’re hoping the show gets a second life on Netflix. They’d love to play moms with teenage witch daughters.”
According to Instinct, sources have confirmed that originals Shannen Doherty, Alyssa Milano and Holly Marie Combs will return for the series.
But that leaves the question about the return of Rose MacGowan who replaced Doherty in the fourth season.
It is no secret that tensions between Alyssa and Shannen plagued production during the series’ run, but the two seem to have repaired their relationship.
“Now the show may get a second shot,” adds the insider, “just like their friendship.”
There were only a handful of LGBT characters in "Charmed, " but they were limited to only one episode on the show even though they were more prevalent in the comic book series including regular Tyler Michaels, and young mortal Carly.