The forthcoming fourth period of CW’s Charmed will be without Madeleine Mantock. Mantock, who has played oldest sister Macy Vaughn since the reboot’s debut in 2018, is leaving the show after the flow third season, Deadline has affirmed.
“Playing Macy on Charmed for the last three seasons has been an immense privilege and I have so enjoyed working with our fantastic producers, creatives, cast and crew,” Mantock said in a statement Monday. “I’m incredibly grateful to The CW and CBS Studios for my time on the show and for being a brilliant support in my difficult decision to leave. Huge thanks to our fans who can look forward to, what I know will be, a spectacular fourth season.”
Mantock made the declaration only in front of Friday’s Season 3 finale. Her exit was first detailed by Deadline’s sister pub TVLine.
“We can’t thank Madeleine enough for her incredible and inspiring work on Charmed,” said executive producers Liz Kruger and Craig Shapiro. “We will miss her as much as the fans will, but we also respect her decision to move on. This is a difficult time in the world, and everyone has to follow their heart. We wish her well, and the door is always open for a return visit from Macy…one way or another!”
The logline: In Season 3, the Charmed Ones (Melonie Diaz, Mantock, Sarah Jeffery) alongside their whitelighter Harry (Rupert Evans) proceed with their fight with The Faction — a secrecy of people attempting to take sorcery for themselves, driven by extremely rich person Julian Shea (visitor star Eric Balfour).
Following an epic deadlock, they join The Charmed Ones as they are compelled to attempt to save the otherworldly world from elimination and explore a puzzling supernatural sensitivity. As the sisters are tested in new manners sincerely, actually and expertly, they will look down beasts in both the magical and human world – any semblance of which they have never seen.
Poppy Drayton and Jordan Donica additionally star.
In light of the original series, Charmed is from CBS Television Studios in association with Propagate Content, with executive producers Liz Kruger and Craig Shapiro, Stuart Gillard, Jeffrey Lieber, Jennie Snyder Urman, Ben Silverman, Brad Silberling and Howard Owens.
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