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Every TV season spawns replacement shows in hope of building up ratings. "The Charmings" is one of my favorite failures. Paul Winfield was a wonderful actor and I loved him as The Mirror. It's been 20 years, but I still have fond memories of watching the show. Too bad more people didn't tune in. Luckily I have two or three episodes squirreled away somewhere in my archive. And thanks to the miracle of the World Wide Web and the IMDb, fans of "The Charmings" have a place to share thoughts and memories of a great show that far too many never had the pleasure of watching. Too bad that TVLand has become TVBLand! It would be a perfect venue for a "The Charmings". Certainly, "The Charmings" is as good or better than much of the junk considered entertainment by todays standards.
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