Charmed (2018– )
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Switches & Stones 

Maggie (Sarah Jefferey) shows Macy (Madeleine Mantock), Harry (Rupert Evans) and Charity (guest star Virginia Williams) the strange room under Vera Manor but they quickly learn just how ... See full summary »


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Jennie Snyder Urman (developed by), Jessica O'Toole (developed by) | 7 more credits »


Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Melonie Diaz ... Mel Vera
Madeleine Mantock ... Macy Vaughn
Sarah Jeffery ... Maggie Vera
Nick Hargrove ... Parker
Rupert Evans ... Harry Greenwood
Natalie Hall ... Lucy
Virginia Williams ... Charity
Leah Pipes ... Fiona Callahan
Morgan Taylor Campbell ... Medusa
Aleyse Shannon ... Jada Shields
Raylene Harewood ... Daphne
Sohm Kapila ... Priyanka Bari
Dominic McDowell ... Brett
Eric Bempong ... Chuck
Devon Kenzo ... Trevor




Maggie (Sarah Jefferey) shows Macy (Madeleine Mantock), Harry (Rupert Evans) and Charity (guest star Virginia Williams) the strange room under Vera Manor but they quickly learn just how dangerous it is when Mel (Melonie Diaz) and Maggie switch bodies and powers. Macy turns to The Elders for guidance about how to overcome her inner demon, which in turn leads her to have an eye-opening experience. Meanwhile, Maggie learns the secrets that Mel has been keeping from her sisters. Nick Hargrove also stars.

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Drama | Fantasy



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Charity: Macy, that was a brave thing you did with Medusa. It was also highly unorthodox.
Macy Vaughn: I don't know how, but I knew it would work.
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References Freaky Friday (1976) See more »

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The new Charmed hits its stride at last
20 March 2019 | by bahnapaSee all my reviews

Although the beginning of the season seemed kind of shaky in places, this episode, "Switches and Stones," has finally lived up to the promise of the Charmed reboot. It has even taken the narrative to a level the first series hadn't reached (no fault of the first series, just that the world in general has seen 20 years of progress for women since then). This was a thoroughly enlightening and satisfying episode of solid feminism. It brought a fresh look at the myth of Medusa and how she became what she was: a victim of rape, slut-shaming, and unjust punishment that forced her into being a monster. The way the Charmed ones, especially Macy, turned the narrative around and began the healing process for Medusa is a powerful example of healing for women who have survived rape and slut-shaming. This is where the show truly realizes its strength. At the end comes a shocking reveal that moves ahead the season's whodunit story arc.

In a subplot, it was fun to see Maggie and Mel trade bodies, where Melonie Diaz and Sarah Jeffery get to imitate the other character's speech, mannerisms, makeup, and fashions. Also, I've been on Team Jada all along and was pleased to see her vindicated!

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17 March 2019 (USA) See more »

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