Charmed (2018– )
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Manic Pixie Nightmare 

A pixie usually a bright sprite is commanded to kill people to help someone the Charmed ones can't seem to find. Any man in contact with the pixie is under her spell, even a white lighter! ... See full summary »

Director:

Melanie Mayron

Writers:

Jennie Snyder Urman (developed by), Jessica O'Toole (developed by) | 8 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Melonie Diaz ... Mel Vera
Madeleine Mantock ... Macy Vaughn
Sarah Jeffery ... Maggie Vera
Ser'Darius Blain ... Galvin Burdette
Nick Hargrove ... Parker
Ellen Tamaki ... Niko Hamada
Rupert Evans ... Harry Greenwood
Rya Kihlstedt ... Julia Wagner
Aleyse Shannon ... Jada Shields
Emily Bader ... Chloe
Eva La Dare ... Mama Roz
Palma Lawrence Reed Palma Lawrence Reed ... Galvin's Grandmother
Adam DiMarco ... Zack
Brian Cyburt ... Judd
Colm Hill ... Noah
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A pixie usually a bright sprite is commanded to kill people to help someone the Charmed ones can't seem to find. Any man in contact with the pixie is under her spell, even a white lighter! Can the Charmed one find out who is controlling the Pixie and save their White Lighter, again? Written by Movie Dude

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Drama | Fantasy

Certificate:

TV-PG
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Language:

English

Release Date:

3 March 2019 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

Color:

Color

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16:9 HD
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When Galvin and Macy summon his grandmother's spirit, Galvin converses with her in Créole; the common language in Haïti. Most media portrayals of Haitians show them speaking French, the educational language of the country. See more »

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References Pretty Woman (1990) See more »

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Hmm, awkward
7 May 2019 | by skteoskSee all my reviews

The show is getting better at intertwining a one-off episode storyline with the characters' ongoing personal dilemmas. The pixie seems to embody the more irritating parts of the previous series, but sadly the resolution embodies the more irritating parts of this one. The show doesn't quite seem to know what it's saying. White males are both the victims and the villains, and the ending of the Charmed Ones sneering at the idea of white males being oppressed on a show that has its one token white male good guy and otherwise only uses them as demons, villains or cannon fodder feels a bit uncomfortable.

In the midst of all this, we have Macy and Galvin making an effective team (and she may even lose her v-card, although we're spared the details) and Maggie wondering whether to take a chance on Parker. Which leaves Mel and Jada to continue to fail to be interesting or show any real chemistry. Mel's involvement with the Sarcana continues to intrigue, and her sisters' horror at her hexing a human shows this isn't meant to be as black and white as she thinks it is, but does she really need to be shagging their spokesperson? (The scene where her sisters find this out is great though.) Giving them the cliffhanger is a misfire that just leaves the audience going "Huh?"


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