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The CW heeft vorig week laten weten dat er geen vijfde seizoen komt van ‘Charmed’ en dus zal de serie eindigen met het vierde seizoen. Mogelijk dat de tegenvallende kijkcijfers en ook de mogelijk verkoop van zender CW hier mee te maken heeft. Het vierde seizoen zal totaal 13 afleveringen hebben, waarvannu nog 3 afleveringen moeten worden uitgezonden, als deze nu elke week uitgezonden worden zal de laatste aflevering op 10 juni 2022 uitgezonden worden.
Naast ‘Charmed’ zijn er vele andere series ook niet vernieuwd door de zender waaronder “Legacies”, “Naomi,” “Batwoman,”. “Legends of Tomorrow”, “4400,” “Roswell, New Mexico” “Dynasty,” en “In the Dark.” Waardoor de zender dit TV seizoen ruim 9 van hun series niet doorlaat gaan, een hoog aantal.
Kaley staat op de april 2022 cover van Glamour, outakes van de fotoshoot staan in de galerij!
http//: 2022: Amy Harrity (Glamour)
Kaley Cuoco was living her best life last year—at least according to fans of the former Big Bang Theory star, who watched the 36-year-old soar to new heights with her Emmy-nominated role on The Flight Attendant. But the reality for one of TV’s highest paid actors wasn’t as simple as it looked. After navigating a public divorce and realizing the potential downsides of an intense work ethic, Cuoco is setting a new path for herself.
It’s been almost three years since The Big Bang Theory—the CBS sitcom that made Kaley Cuoco one of the richest women in television—wrapped up its 12-year run, but in some ways it feels like a lifetime ago. Since then Cuoco has found herself busier than ever thanks to her captivating performance as flight attendant Cassie Bowden, a young woman with a drinking problem and a penchant for finding herself in sticky situations, on HBO Max’s comedy thriller The Flight Attendant.
In its first season, the series—based on the New York Times best-selling novel by Chris Bohjalian—became the streaming service’s number one show during its run. It went on to receive nine Emmy nominations in total for season one and earned Cuoco, a 30-year industry vet who executive-produces the series, her first Emmy nomination for lead actress in a comedy series, as well as placement on some of Hollywood’s most prominent lists, from The Hollywood Reporter’s Women in Entertainment Power 100 to one of Variety500’s 2021 honorees.
And from the moment Cuoco wrapped season one of The Flight Attendant to when she began filming season two last September, the 36-year-old has acted in two films—this summer’s Man From Toronto, opposite Kevin Hart and Woody Harrelson, as well as Meet Cute with Pete Davidson. She has also optioned the rights to two more projects through Yes, Norman Productions, the production company she started in 2017. Those include A Season With Mom, based on the book about a mother and daughter’s baseball-loving bond, and an upcoming limited series on Hollywood golden-era legend Doris Day, based on A.E. Hotchner’s 1976 biography, Doris Day: Her Own Story.
Cuoco has always been a bankable star; even before charming audiences with her sarcastic, witty portrayal of Penny on Big Bang, there was her role as John Ritter’s daughter on ABC’s 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter, plus a 22-episode stint on the WB’s Charmed. But it’s The Flight Attendant that has given her a certain cachet that until now has been fairly elusive.
Het plot van ‘Charmed’ aflevering 4×09 Truth or Cares is verschenen.
Maggie (Sarah Jeffery) is surprised by someone important from her past and tries to keep the peace when they collide with her present. Mel (Melonie Diaz), Kaela (Lucy Barrett) and Dev (guest star Kapil Talwalkar) are on the trail of the Unseen, while Jordan (Jordan Donica) and Harry (Rupert Evans) seek assistance from a different powerful trio. Eduardo Sanchez directed the episode written by Carolyn Townsend (#409). Original airdate 5/13/22.
De afleveringstills en plot van ‘Charmed’ aflevering 4×08 Unveiled zijn verschenen.
MOST WANTED – When it becomes apparent that conspiracy group The Unseen has assembled a hit list of anyone who has helped The Charmed Ones…the girls (Melonie Diaz, Sarah Jeffery and Lucy Barrett) and Harry (Rupert Evans) must scramble to warn – and save – their nearest and dearest now that everyone they know is an instant target. Also starring Jordan Donica. Jackeline Tejeda directed the episode written by Bianca Sams (#408). Original airdate 5/6/2022.
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Het plot van ‘Charmed’ aflevering 4×07 Cats and Camels and Elephants, Oh My… is verschenen.
SOMETHING WICKED THIS WAY COMES – Mel (Melonie Diaz), Maggie (Sarah Jeffery) and Kaela (Lucy Barrett) must divide and conquer when they become aware of a new, formidable threat inspired by the Tallyman (guest star Jed Rees.) Maggie and Harry (Rupert Evans) team up to chase down a lead in a dangerous magical realm. Mel needs Jordan’s (Jordan Donica) help healing a “creature” with whom she has a deep emotional connection. And Kaela’s budding flirtation with Dev (guest star Kapil Talwalkar) must contend with a surprise visitor from her past. Jem Garrard directed the episode written by Jeffery Lieber and Christina Piña (#407). Original airdate 4/29/2022.
De afleveringstills van ‘Charmed’ aflevering 4×05 The Sisterhood of the Traveling Sandwichzijn verschenen. Ook zijn er van deze aflevering enkele set foto’s verschenen omdat Rupert Evans deze aflevering heeft geregisseerd.
Hier is deel 2 van Showrunners Jeffery Lieber, Nicki Renna en Joey Falco interview met Ksite.com.
Last week here at KSiteTV, we posted Part 1 of an interview with the new Charmed showrunners Jeffrey Lieber, Nicki Renna, and Joey Falco as we went in-depth into the new season of the CW series… today, it’s time to share Part 2, as we talk about some other elements, including Kaela’s bus, this season’s villain, and the hopeful possibility of a Charmed Season 5. A new episode called “Unlucky Charmed” airs at 8PM ET/PT tonight (March 25)… photos from that episode can be found here! Enjoy the interview.
KSITETV’S CRAIG BYRNE: Can you talk about Kaela’s bus and how that came about in the writers’ room?
JEFFREY LIEBER: Anyone can create a bus that’s painted, but it takes a crew to figure out how to make it work. We needed two of them; one that ran, and one that didn’t, and we had to find them all over Canada.
But again, we wanted to introduce Kaela as different, but the same. She’s not living in the house. She’s not living in, say, Macy’s room. She is occupying her own space with her bus, and that was important to us, because it allowed us to keep the tension between the three of them, which is “at what point does she become fully integrated, if ever? How does she hold on to her own spirit while trying to integrate with them as fighters and protectors? And how does the bus always give us a reminder of Kaela as artist and Kaela as mechanic and Kaela as someone who didn’t grow up in a with a nuclear family… she’s got such a different past. That bous is always a reminder that she that no matter how much we integrate her, she’s always got a part of herself that is slightly different.
Jeffery Lieber, Nicki Renna en Joey Falco hebben een interview gehad KSite.com over het nieuwe seizoen van ‘Charmed’ Eerder deze maand kwam deel 1 op hun website.
The CW’s Charmed has a new trio of “Charmed Ones” in front of the camera as Lucy Barrett‘s Kaela joins Melonie Diaz (Mel) and Sarah Jeffery (Maggie) on the show…. but, behind the scenes, there’s also a new Charmed trio in the new showrunning team of Jeffery Lieber, Nicki Renna, and Joey Falco.
As a new episode titled “You Can’t Go Home Again” airs tonight (March 18) at 8PM ET/PT on The CW, KSiteTV’s Craig Byrne had the opportunity to speak with the new Charmed showrunners about their love of the show, new situations for the Charmed Ones, and more, including some talk about a connection to the original series. You can see Part 1 of the interview below, and more is coming next week!
Can you introduce yourselves and also share what makes Charmed a special show and franchise to you?
JEFFREY LIEBER: The thing that is sort of amazing about the show, and specifically this season that we’re launching, is [that] it’s able to do two things at one time, which is one, embrace this “anything can happen,” wacky [vibe]… in the first episode of the season, we turned one of our characters into a [paper] cutout, and we sort of embraced the idea that once an episode, we’re going to do something that weird, and fun, and like, “what the hell is going on?” And in the same show, we get to deal with real human things, which is about the connection between sisters, and in this case, how one returns from grief after something horrible happens. There are very few shows that allow you both of those palettes at the same time time, which is incredible creativity on the one side, and a grounded human storytelling on the other.
NICKI RENNA: I come from three girls. Sisters are very important. What I love about this, that is really special to me, is that we have a show about three women that are our leads, but also that they’re sisters, which to me is the juiciest, stickiest sort of inter dynamics amongst characters that you can set up, because to me, there’s just nothing like the power of sisters and their connection. And, we’re exploring not only their relationship between these three women, but they’re exploring their power, both in the real world and in the magical world, in a way that really feels real, complicated, compelling, entertaining, and emotional.
JOEY FALCO: As someone who kind of came of age as a teenager during the late 90s, obsessively watching Buffy and Charmed when it came out, and shows like that, it’s always been a dream to write for a show in this wheelhouse: this funny, dramatic, emotional, supernatural series. It’s now been four years on this show. It’s been a total dream to finally do that, and then with this season, to do it in a way that’s even more personal than ever, with Jeff and Nicki and I at the at the helm of it. It’s a total dream.