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Charmed set for a Netflix reboot

The supernatural series could be returning

Charmed is reportedly getting set for the reboot treatment.

Fans may despair at the idea of the supernatural TV series coming back, but we’ve got good news – Shannen Doherty, Alyssa Milano and Holly Marie Combs are all in-talks to reprise their roles.

The show, which followed three sisters with unique powers, ran for eight seasons between 1998 until 2006.

“They’re in talks for a reboot,” a source told InTouch.

“They’re hoping the show gets a second life on Netflix. They’d love to play moms with teenage witch daughters.”

While the show remains a cult favourite, it was the drama behind the scenes that’s lived on all these years later. Doherty quit at the end of the third season, after having several on-set disputes with Milano that culminated in her threatening to leave the series if her co-star wasn’t axed.

Producers ended up axing Doherty and replacing her with Rose McGowan, who remained on the show until the end, which to be honest, we thought was a great way to keep the franchise going and made the series much more likable.

“Now the show may get a second shot, just like their friendship,” added the source.

We just hope that male leads like Julian McMahon and Nick Lachey return for storylines.

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RuPaul announces he is married - to an Aussie!

After years of being together, icon RuPaul and his Aussie rancher have finally tied the knot.

 

 

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“We never wanted to do it,” Ru added. “We were looking into for tax breaks and for financial things.”


Well, either way, condragulations, Ru!


Check out his big RuVeal in the clip below.

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Dick Clark Productions Hits Back at Claims They Set Mariah Carey up to Fail During NYE Show

Dick Clark Productions is hitting back at claims from Mariah Carey’s camp that her New Year’s Eve performance was sabotaged – and even denies that there were any technical problems during the show.

“To suggest that [Dick Clark Productions] … would ever intentionally compromise the success of any artist is defamatory, outrageous and frankly absurd,” the company said in a statement to PEOPLE. “In very rare instances, there are, of course, technical errors that can occur with live television, however, an initial investigation has indicated that DCP had no involvement in the challenges associated with Ms. Carey’s New Year’s Eve performance.”

The 46-year-old singer made headlines after a mishap during her performance on Saturday night as part of Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest in Times Square.

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"Will & Grace" is the latest TV show to get a reboot.

The hit sitcom — which aired during the late '90s to mid-2000's — will see a resurgence on the small screen, star Leslie Jordan revealed this week.

"Will & Grace" aired on NBC and follows the lives of Will, a gay lawyer and his longtime college friend, Grace. The series starred Sean Hayes, Megan Mullally, Eric McCormack and Debra Messing.

Jordan, who portrayed Beverly Leslie on the beloved show, told San Diego radio station KPBS that NBC has ordered 10 new episodes of the show, which will begin filming in July.

"It's back," he said.

After the interviewer noted that a return was “perhaps” happening, Jordan interjected to say, “"not perhaps… absolutely.”

Earlier this month, Mullally had also hinted the show would return.

The series' cast members have reunited a few times before — including once in a video in support of Hillary Clinton.

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Nick Carter does Everybody (Backstreets Back) on US DWTS

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Nick Carter made a lot of Backstreet Boys fans very happy by dancing to the boyband's classic 'Everybody (Backstreet's Back)' on the USA version of Dancing with the Stars.

The Backstreet Boys singer and dance partner Sharna Burgess delivered a lively and steamy jazz performance to the delight of the crowd and judges.


AJ McLean even popped by rehearsals to give his fellow band member a helping hand.

Carter and Burgess earned a very healthy 27 out of 30 points from judges Carrie Ann Inaba, Julianne Hough and Bruno Tonioli.

The couple didn't top-score on the night, though. That achievement went to Bindi Irwin, after her emotional dance to The Police's 'Every Breath You Take'.

Bindi earlier opened up about her father Steve Irwin's untimely death in 2006, and broke down in tears after the performance.

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