Charmed Season 2: Plotline| Teaser| Cast Member| And More


Constance M. Burge's show charm is a supernatural drama which is developed for the WB Network. The first time it flashed on our screens on October 7, 1998, and completed its last season on May 21, 2006.

Charmed follows a story of three sisters who are not normal. They are good witches in fact they have superpowers when all three of them combined they form “Power of Three.” They are assigned to save the being from the attack of demons, Isn't the show seems like power puff girls 😉


Coming on the names of the main leads, the role is played by Shannen Doherty as Prue Halliwell, Holly Marie Combs as Piper Halliwell, and Alyssa Milano as Phoebe Halliwell.

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When Did Charmed Season 2 Came Out? What's New In This?


The Charmed Season 2 second came out on September 30, 1999, and continues to May 18 of the next year. The story continues from where it ends in its first season.

We see sisters were bearing an unusual demon named Abraxas who is an evil soul and the thief of the Book of Shadow. Now all the trio-girls decided to find out the book in order to stop the bad to spread more evil things…

On the other side, we see Phoebe saw that she burnt her own self in order to attain out the truth behind her words all three of them decided to travel in the future.

They went into the future with so many unanswered questions which later cleared one by one as their journey proceeds.

In the last scene, we see a Genie who is employed by the evils. The evil hires him to destroy the power of the witch's sisters but they failed in their mission. Because bad people always ended with tasting their own bad shit!

How Many Episode Charmed 2 have?

Charmed Season 2 has a total of twenty-two episodes that are available to stream on their official website WB Network.

The Cast of The Charmed Season 2-

Main Actors-

  • Shannen Doherty as Prue Halliwell
  • Holly Marie Combs as Piper Halliwell
  • Alyssa Milano as Phoebe Halliwell
  • Greg Vaughan as Dan Gordon[a]
  • Dorian Gregory as Darryl Morris[b]
  • Karis Paige Bryant as Jenny Gordon[c]
  • Brian Krause as Leo Wyatt
  • Lochlyn Munro as Jack Sheridan

Guest Actors-

  • Jennifer Rhodes as Penny Halliwell
  • Finola Hughes as Patty Halliwell
  • Scott Jaeck as Sam Wilder
  • Misha Collins as Eric Bragg
  • Dean Norris as Collector
  • Billy Drago as Barbas
  • Hynden Walch as Marcey Steadwell
  • Tyler Christopher as Anton
  • Arnold Vosloo as Spirit Killer
  • Amy Adams as Maggie Murphy

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Special Musical Guest

  • Dishwalla
  • The Cranberries
  • Janice Robinson
  • Goo Goo Dolls
  • Paula Cole

Extraordinary Appearances

  • Steve Railsback as Litvack (A Demon)
  • French Stewart as Genie

Official Teaser of Charmed Season 2

In the teaser, you see how is the life of three changed after the death of their mother. They come in trouble because of new modern witches, every day they have to face a new battle.

If you haven't seen the teaser yet! Then you can enjoy this 2D teaser here-

Where We Can Watch The Charmed Season 2?

You can stream the show online for free on Netflix but with the help of a subscription package that will cost you around few dollars.

Rather than this, it is also available on Amazon Prime Videos,  NBC Universal's streaming service Peacock and its official site, WB Network.

You can also check our site that usually covers all the latest tv shows, movies, anime, and games.

Final Wording-

Now the show has ten seasons with a total of one hundred and seventy-eight episodes. Each episode is about 42-44 minutes long which are available on the aforementioned platforms.

The first six seasons were under Ray-art studio which is located in LA but in 2003. After Ray Art, the show went for the Paramount studios and still under in control of the Paramount.

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