Meanwhile, Mel is given a task by The Elders that she was not expecting. The sisters must make the decision to accept their new destiny as The Charmed Ones…and their new duty to protect humankind from the demons that walk among us…one of whom killed their mother. With that said, the sisters must band together to fight off a shadowy demon that is trying to obtain a collection of powerful magical artifacts. With Maggie trying to make up with Lucy, she realizes that there is a new Kappa member she isn't familiar with and enlists Mel's help to find out what is going on. Maggie notices that Macy is upset about her situation with Galvin, so she offers to do some recon with her, but they discover that things might not be exactly what they seem.
Together they have the Power of Three, which they will have to use to face a multitude of challenges…. As a woman I do feel that the feminist agenda is coming off strong in this and a bit forced and unnecessarily brought up at times but other than that I can't wait to see how the storyline progresses. Macy, Mel and Maggie are three college girls from Hilltowne with somewhat special qualities: magical powers. Thus, each one possesses the following abilities: Maggie, the youngest is very athletic and passionate and can read the thoughts of the people. Meanwhile, Galvin shares some shocking news with Macy that will change everything. After the tragic death of Mel and Maggie's mother, the sisters struggle with moving forward but face another huge shock when they learn they have an older sister, Macy. Meanwhile, Macy is told a cryptic message about her past that she decides to share with her sisters, but her sisters have a secret from her.
After some unusual seismic activity, Harry informs the sisters that Hilltowne is a portal to hell. While on the hunt for Jada , Mel scours The Book of Shadows as Harry and Charity cross reference them to find any clues that might lead them to this new demon. While waiting for The Elders to arrive, the sister's patience is growing thin as they keep a watchful eye on their new charge. Now its no where near as great as the original and I don't think that it will ever be but in its own right its coming along. Meanwhile, Macy is given an exciting opportunity at work which comes with unexpected complications. As a woman I do feel that the feminist agenda is coming off strong in this and a bit forced and unnecessarily brought up at times but other than that I can't wait to see how the storyline progresses.
The strong-willed Prue Halliwell can move objects with her mind, reserved Piper Halliwell is able to freeze time, and the uninhibited Phoebe Halliwell sees the future. Galvin shows up to see Macy and she is determined to not let fate get in the way of their potential relationship. As if that isn't enough, they discover that there is a Changeling Demon on the loose that puts one of the sisters in danger. Meanwhile, Macy, Mel and Maggie are all starting to realize that juggling their two worlds is becoming more difficult. The sisters turn to The Elders for advice about Harry. Macy is concerned about what she saw on Galvin and invites herself to his birthday party to investigate.
Once one of The Elders, Charity, appears, she gives specific instructions on how to handle the situation. . Trying to speed the plan along, Mel uses her magic irresponsibly leaving Harry no choice but to constrain her, which creates tension between them. Thus, each one possesses the following abilities: Maggie, the youngest is very athletic and. Mel does not agree with the solution and enlists Maggie and Macy's and even Harry's help, but it means going against The Elders. Mel, fed up with The Elders rules, turns to Jada for help without telling her sisters.
Together they have the 'Power of Three', which they must use to fight demons and warlocks, and protect the innocent. Macy decides to go outside her comfort zone after a little encouragement from Maggie. Macy, Mel and Maggie are three college girls from Hilltowne with somewhat special qualities: magical powers. Meanwhile, Maggie continues to struggle at balancing her two worlds — her sorority one and her witch one — especially after she volunteers to throw a Halloween party at her house. When she discovers the family';;;s Book of Shadows, she learns that she and her sisters are the most powerful witches ever known.
Meanwhile, Maggie tries to keep her mom's Christmas traditions going and is excited for Parker to be a part of it. However I decided to give it a chance and as the episodes progress it is getting better and better. However, when Macy learns of a mysterious death in her lab from Galvin, she informs her sisters and together, they devise a plan to suss out the demon. However I decided to give it a chance and as the episodes progress it is getting better and better. With the instruction of Harry, the sisters are put through witch lessons, so they are able to properly practice their magic. Now its no where near as great as the original and I don't think that it will ever be but in its own right its coming along. Meanwhile, Maggie's sorority sister Lucy turns to her for some help, but Maggie struggles with telling her the truth because it could jeopardize her sorority future.
Lastly, Maggie has a conflict of conscience over her relationship with Parker. In 1998, Phoebe moves to the Halliwell Manor in San Francisco to live with her sisters. Mel is worried about Niko's safety, so Mel and Harry come up with a plan to protect her, but Mel will need her sisters' help. With a plan in place, they must face an unexpected threat which leads Maggie to find a strength she didn't know she had. Mel turns to Harry for guidance after learning information about the magical world that leaves her questioning everything she knows.
With the emotions of all three sisters running high, each of the girls suddenly exhibit impossible new abilities: Mel can freeze time, Maggie starts hearing others' thoughts and Macy has telekinetic powers. Together they have the Power of Three, which they will have to use to face a multitude of challenges. So, the first episode about made me call it quits from the get go. Elsewhere, Maggie signs up for a job helping to market a new dating app which could land her a summer internship. Thus, each one possesses the following abilities: Maggie, the youngest is very athletic and passionate and can read the thoughts of the people.
While trying to understand their new powers, Harry Greenwood gathers the sisters and reveals they're actually powerful witches, as was their mother. Mel is a fervent lesbian activist capable of stopping time and Macy is working in the laboratory of the town's university and has telekinesis. . . . .