The 'Charmed' Reboot Finally Cast All the Sisters and They're Great

The Charmed ones can finally channel the power of three.

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The Charmed (opens in new tab) reboot is on its way to becoming the most anticipated show this year. The reboot of the '90s cult witch show cast two of the sisters (opens in new tab) last month, but there was one missing piece – the last sister, of course! The CW finally finished casting (opens in new tab) the three new sisters this week so it’s officially time to fan-out. Madeleine Mantock, Melonie Diaz, and Sarah Jeffery are the new Charmed ones.

Mantock, who starred in Into the Badlands and The Tomorrow People, will play Macy (opens in new tab), the "practical" and "brilliant geneticist" who will lead her younger sisters as they "tear down the patriarchy."

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Diaz will play Mel, the middle sister who is also a lesbian and activist. Diaz’s acting credits include 2013’s Fruitvale Station and she’ll star in The First Purge, which comes out this year.

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Jeffery appeared in Disney’s Descendants film and will play Daphne Blake in Daphne & Velma, the new Scooby Doo spinoff. She’ll take on the little sister role in Charmed. Her character will be a college freshman and aspiring sorority girl who thinks being a witch can be inconvenient at times.

It’s still unclear whether or not these new sisters will be related to the originals, but this new cast will be just as great. It’s only a matter of time until Charmed becomes everyone’s new favorite show. Well, everyone except original Halliwell sister Holly Marie Combs (opens in new tab), who isn’t a fan of the reboot.

Shannon Barbour

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