Another day, another remake? 2016 is surely shaping up to be the year of reboots for the TV landscape.

If you think that the Charmed Ones were done battling evil and chanting incantations, well, think again. As the witchy drama approaches its 10th anniversary since it’s season finale, Alyssa Milano says that they’re ready to reopen the Book of Shadows and bring the beloved cult classic back for a Netflix movie or miniseries.

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In a recent chat with Entertainment Tonight, Milano, who played Phoebe Halliwell on the show, said, “It seems like that’s going to happen any second. I just feel like with all these reunions, and we still have such a cult following, that I feel like someone’s going to put that together at some point, and we’re all totally on board for that!

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She got it right when she said the show still had a loyal cult following. If the Charmed Reunion Facebook group (which currently has a huge following of more than 24,000 people) is any indication, “Charmed” devotees clearly still want to see more of the Halliwell witches.

And now, fans might just get their wish with numerous TV shows (such as “Everybody Loves Raymond“, “The X-Files“, and “Gilmore Girls“) making a comeback. So why not “Charmed”? While there aren’t any official reports of a reboot, reunion, or movie yet, it’s good to know that Milano will be on board if she ever gets the call.

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Milano is not the only Halliwell sister itching to delve back into the supernatural world. Rose McGowan, who played half-sister Paige Matthews on “Charmed”, would also be up for a reunion. “Witchcraft is kind of awesome and I had the best powers, so I hope so,” McGowan told E! News last year.

Even Shannon Doherty, whose character, Prue Halliwell, was killed off at the last episode in Season 3, would be keen to sign on for another “Charmed” project. Back in 2013, Milano reached out to her co-stars about reuniting for at least a TV-movie, to which Doherty replied, “Yep, I would. Enough was left undone to address and make a good movie.”

If Doherty is game for a reunion, how will the show explain Prue’s presence since the eldest Halliwell sister was killed by a demon? Maybe time travel? That method has worked for other characters. Besides, we wouldn’t mind having the power of 4. The more, the merrier right?

Holly Marie Combs, on the other hand, may have been a little more tepid about returning to the show. For those unaware of this tidbit: Doherty and Marie Combs have been collaborating on their new traveling show called “Off The Map”.

While a “Charmed” reboot may already be in the works, Milano took to Twitter to clarify that nothing is carved in stone yet. However, fans are prepared to sign a petition if the original Halliwell sisters aren’t included in the witch phenomenon reboot.

Although CBS has yet to comment on the news, there’s still reason to hope. After all, Phoebe can look into the future, Paige can teleport, Prue has telekinesis, and Piper can threaten to blow them up into pieces if the network doesn’t give fans what they want.

In the meantime, who’s up to a cast a spell or two?

Sources: TV Line, TV Week.

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