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Even though it's been eleven years since the door closed for the final time on the Halliwell manor, the demand for all things remains strong. But fans weren't impressed with news of a prequel — which has since been postponed — since it wouldn't feature any of the original actresses. Fans have rallied around the original Halliwell sisters with increased pleas for a reunion.

One of them, , was a recent headliner at Wizard World 2017 in Philadelphia, and there was no shortage of interest in what many consider to be her most famous role. Combs's answer to the reunion question — in a preconvention interview with — delighted fans:

“At this point, I can almost never see myself saying no to a con or a Charmed reunion, because it’s so important to so many people I’ve already met personally.”

Combs added that Charmed's continued popularity has only strengthened the bond that she has with her co-stars.

“I am still friends with them. It’s funny. I always say you go through these stages of life, when, you know, we acted like sisters. We got along. We agreed. Sometimes we didn’t agree. We fought. We went to weddings. It was definitely like a real family (and) we were sort of bonded in that way. I think that bond is strengthened by how meaningful the show has been to so many people (and how) it just goes on in its own way.”

And Combs isn't the only Charmed actress who remains dedicated to the series. Recently, posted a Throwback Thursday picture on her Instagram page that garnered over 92,000 likes:

And added a post on June 1st with the caption, "The Power of 3 Always Exists." The picture has over 42,700 likes.

So it's clear that Combs isn't the only one of the Halliwell sisters who has fond memories of the show and might come back for more. Is The CW listening?

Do you think a Charmed reunion will ever happen?



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