Charmed's original star Rose McGowan continues spat with reboot cast

  • Charmed's original star Rose McGowan continues spat with reboot cast

Charmed's original star Rose McGowan continues spat with reboot cast

"And for the last time I will say it's not about any 1 person taking a job to support their families or themselves".

Original Charmed actress Rose McGowan has clarified her stance on the reboot, after Sarah Jeffery, who plays one of three sister witches on the show, commented on McGowan's criticism.

The 46-year old celebrity put a message out at Thursday night (October 15) calling for serenity amid battle between her Charmed first and reboot co-stars. "You know, I saw this earlier and I refrained from saying anything", Jeffery said on Twitter. "It's about an industry that sees us only as numbers whether it be follower #'s or $ signs".

Shannen Doherty has stepped in to defend the Charmed reboot, after the stars of the original '90s show and the cast of the current series traded some hexes over the internet.

"I wish that they would have come to us and we would have been involved since the beginning".

Here is what I feel about this situation after the past few days of watching this discussion, Combs releasing a rebuttal, and McGowan releasing ... "But it can still suck". Sarah Jeffery, an African-American actress in the reboot, responded to this with a tweet stating, "I find it sad and quite frankly pathetic to see grown women behaving this way." . "I truly hope they find happiness elsewhere, and not in the form of putting down other [women of color]". I would be embarrassed to act like this. "Peace and love to y'all", she added in a second tweet. " Data-reactid = "44" In response, McGowan explained in a note on Instagram Stories that her problem lies with the creators of the show and not with the cast.

Combs hit back at Jeffery, 24, on Tuesday, and McGowan followed suit on Wednesday.

"I haven't seen it, I can't say that", she said, when asked for her thoughts on the updated series. She also insisted that their criticism of the "Charmed" reboot had nothing to do with diversity. "Maybe if you'd waited five minutes they would have found you a great, fun way to be a part of it!" Carina wrote. Reboots will always be the shadow, the originals will always be the sun.

The cast of Charmed is now filming the reboot's third season, which is expected to premiere sometime in 2021.