"I wish that they would have come to us and we would have been involved since the beginning", Milano said in 2018.
Doherty, who starred on Charmed for three seasons before McGowan joined the cast, has always been a supporter of the reboot, and she was quick to chime in with her thoughts.
"And I shall say to the women of this reboot...stick together...negotiate collectively and be aware that the discourse between people, you men and crews being lost and substituted is exactly what they charge on".
Jeffery responded on Twitter, calling the behavior "pathetic". Clear. People who speak excuse me for typing, derogatory accusations of a person's character despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary based on differing opinions about a television show are just wrong.
The original ladies of Charmed have minced no words regarding their feelings about the reboot.
Combs chimed in explained that hers and McGowan's issues are not about the stars of the show but on a corporate level. "But I do want to say, I find it sad and quite frankly pathetic to see grown women behaving this way". "I truly hope they find happiness elsewhere, and not in the form of putting down other [women of color]". I would be embarrassed to behave this way.
Combs hit back at Jeffery, 24, on Tuesday, and McGowan followed suit on Wednesday. After insisting that her criticism of the reboot has nothing to do with its diversity, she added, "There's no soul or heart in something made purely for profit whilst refusing to elevate and innovate".
In response, McGowan, in a note on Instagram Stories, explained that her problem is with the creators of the show, not the cast. Reboots will always be the shadow, the originals will always be the sun. "I'm sure you are a great actress".
The third season of the reboot is expected to air in January on the CW.