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'Charmed' Season 3 Premiere Episode Synopsis Revealed!

'Charmed' Season 3 Premiere Episode Synopsis Revealed!

The Charmed Ones are back in just less than two weeks!!

The third season of Charmed is returning with stars Sarah Jeffery, Madeleine Mantock, Melonie Diaz and Rupert Evans.

In the premiere episode, “An Inconvenient Truth,” the Charmed Ones’ lives are in jeopardy as The Faction closes in. Macy and Harry struggle to define their relationship.

Check out the season trailer below!

Charmed season three will premiere on Sunday, January 24th, at 9pm ET/PT following an all new episode of Batwoman.

If you missed the big news, it was revealed back in November that the series has cast it’s first transgender character in a new, recurring role for the upcoming season. Get more info on who was cast and about the character!

Back in October, Sarah spoke out on Twitter after original Charmed stars talked down on the reboot once again.


‘Charmed’ Season Trailer

JJ Hawkins Cast As Charmed's First Transgender Character!

JJ Hawkins Cast As Charmed's First Transgender Character!

JJ Hawkins is making history!

The trans actor, who goes by he/him and they/them pronouns, is set to play the first ever transgender character on The CW’s Charmed, Deadline reports.

JJ will play the first transgender character on either iteration of the Charmed series. He has been cast in the “recurring role of Kevin, a transgender male college student who inspires one of the Charmed Ones to take on a very formidable opponent.”

“Tfw 2020 isn’t all bad news 💙🤍💖,” he shared with the news on Instagram.

One of the show’s stars, Sarah Jeffery, shared her support by commenting, “!!!! ❤️❤️❤️”

JJ has previously appeared on multiple CBS series, including All Rise, NCIS, Criminal Minds and The Red Line.

In case you missed it, find out when season three of Charmed premieres!

The CW Sets Premiere Dates For 'Riverdale,' 'The Flash,' & More!

The CW Sets Premiere Dates For 'Riverdale,' 'The Flash,' & More!

The CW has just announced the premiere dates for many of it’s shows!

Returning in January 2021 include Riverdale, Batwoman, Nancy Drew, All American, Walker, Legacies and Charmed.

Shows premiering in February include Black Lightning, The Flash and Superman & Lois.

The CW has also picked up Canadian series Trickster, and it will debut January 12th, with Joel Oulette as Jared, an Indigenous teen struggling to keep his dysfunctional family above water. When he starts seeing strange things — talking ravens, doppelgängers, skin monsters — his already chaotic life is turned upside down.

Other new shows of course include Jared Padelecki‘s Walker, Texas Ranger reboot, Walker, as well as new DC series Superman & Lois.

Click to the next slide to see the full winter premiere schedule for The CW in 2021…

OG 'Charmed' Star Shannen Doherty Speaks Out Amid Recent Drama

OG 'Charmed' Star Shannen Doherty Speaks Out Amid Recent Drama

Sarah Jeffery Thinks It's 'Sad' OG 'Charmed' Stars Continue To Slam The Reboot

Sarah Jeffery Thinks It's 'Sad' OG 'Charmed' Stars Continue To Slam The Reboot

Sarah Jeffery is reacting to a new video of original Charmed stars once again slamming her reboot.

The 24-year-old actress says she tried to hold back and not respond, but decided to speak out after Holly Marie Combs and Rose McGowan talked down on the new CW version that she stars in.

“It sucks,” Rose said in a video posted to TikTok. “I’m glad people have jobs. But it sucks.”

“You know, I saw this earlier and I refrained from saying anything. I thought, better to just let them shout into the abyss. But I do want to say, I find it sad and quite frankly pathetic to see grown women behaving this way,” Sarah reacted on Twitter.

“I truly hope they find happiness elsewhere, and not in the form of putting down other WOC. I would be embarrassed to behave this way. Peace and love to y’all,” she added.

The next morning, Sarah shared a photo of her dad with OG Charmed star Shannen Doherty and said that she was “thrilled” for her, Melonie Diaz and Madeleine Mantock.

Holly Marie has previously slammed the reboot of Charmed, as has Alyssa Milano.

'Riverdale,' 'Batwoman,' & More Temporarily Shut Down Production Over Testing Delays

'Riverdale,' 'Batwoman,' & More Temporarily Shut Down Production Over Testing Delays

Many productions have been shut down because of Coronavirus testing delays!

The CW’s Riverdale, Batwoman, Charmed, and Nancy Drew, as well as ABC’s Big Sky have all shut down in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, Variety reports.

“There were some delays in test results, so out of caution we shut down yesterday and today. We expect to resume production either tomorrow or Friday,” Big Sky‘s executive producer David E. Kelley said during a press conference for the Television Critics Association.

Other shows being affected reportedly include Hulu’s The Mysterious Benedict Society, The CW’s The Flash, Supergirl and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow.

Variety says that according to a source, “there is a single lab company approved to oversee coronavirus testing, and the company is prioritizing schools, which have reopened in the province, and local businesses.”

This shut down is only temporary, and filming is expected to resume by the end of the week.

In case you missed it, Riverdale just announced that this actress has been cast in a series regular role for season five!

The CW Reveals Schedule For 2020/2021 Season

The CW Reveals Schedule For 2020/2021 Season

The CW has just announced when all of your favorite shows will be coming back!

The network unveiled the schedule for the Fall 2020/2021 season, which will actually kick off in January 2021, Deadline reports.

CW President Mark Pedowitz shared that the late start won’t affect the number of episodes, and the episodes that weren’t able to be filmed due to productions being shut down, will be filmed and included in the new seasons.

Most shows will continue with the same dates and times, with a few changes.

New shows Superman & Lois and Walker have been inserted into the schedule. Superman & Lois will air on Tuesday nights after The Flash, and Walker has taken over Supernatural‘s Thursday night time slot.

Another notable change is Charmed, which will move from Friday nights back to it’s original Sunday nights, taking the place of Supergirl, which is being put on hold, likely due to Melissa Benoist‘s pregnancy.

Supernatural‘s final episodes will also be filmed and those will air this fall in it’s regular time slot, Thursday night at 8/7c.

No word yet on when just announced Kung Fu and Republic of Sarah will air.

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