‘Charmed’ Stars Reunite For A ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Episode
It's fun to see the sisters back together—even if they don't have their witch powers!
If you miss the classic days of “Charmed” on The WB, you can get your fix on the Oct. 10 episode of ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy.” Two of the stars from the ’90s fantasy drama, Alyssa Milano and Holly Marie Combs, will guest star on the long-running medical drama as sisters who must decide whether to continue treatment for their sister, who is now a patient at Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital in the wake of a serious accident.
The official “Grey’s Anatomy” Instagram posted a photo of the actors on the show and it took us right back to Halliwell Manor.
“We’re excited to have the charmed ones @milano_alyssa and @thehmc guest-starring on #GreysAnatomy!,” read the caption.
Milano and Combs also played sisters on “Charmed,” only on that show they were witches with special powers and their third sister was played by Shannen Doherty, who is sadly missing from this reunion. The actors also got the chance to once again work with executive producers Krista Vernoff and Andy Reaser, with whom they collaborated on “Charmed.”
Combs posted a photo of the four of them on Instagram, tagging them each and writing, “Reunited. And we couldn’t be happier.”
“Charmed” originally aired from 1998 until 2006 on The WB and it was rebooted with an all-new cast in 2018 for The CW. Season two of the new version premieres on Oct. 11.
Milano and Combs’ appearance on “Grey’s Anatomy” is part of an ABC promotion called “Cast from the Past” week. The promotion reunites a number of cast members of shows from the past on current shows.
Some other appearances include Robert Sean Leonard from “House” being on “The Good Doctor” (Oct.7); Golden Brooks, Jill Marie Jones and Perisa White of “Girlfriends” joining former castmate Tracee Ellis Ross on “Black-ish” (Oct. 8); “Cheers” alums Kirstie Alley, Rhea Perlman, John Ratzenberger and George Wendt being on “The Goldbergs” (Oct. 9); Ken Jeong returning to “Fresh Off the Boat” (Oct.11); and former “Castle” stars Seamus Dever and Jon Huertas on “The Rookie” alongside Nathan Fillion (Oct. 13).
Are you excited to catch any of these reunions on ABC?