Charmed (2018– )
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The Replacement 

When Harry mysteriously disappears, a substitute Whitelighter, Tessa surprises the sisters. With Galvin's return imminent, Macy knows she must tell him her decision about her demon side. ... See full summary »

Director:

Greg Beeman

Writers:

Jennie Snyder Urman (developed by), Jessica O'Toole (developed by) | 8 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Melonie Diaz ... Mel Vera
Madeleine Mantock ... Macy Vaughn
Sarah Jeffery ... Maggie Vera
Ser'Darius Blain ... Galvin Burdette
Ellen Tamaki ... Niko Hamada
Chloe Bridges ... Tessa
Aleyse Shannon ... Jada Shields
Eva La Dare ... Mama Roz
Carlena Britch ... Greta
Bzhaun Rhoden ... Cedric
Natalie Malaika ... BSU Participant
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When Harry mysteriously disappears, a substitute Whitelighter, Tessa surprises the sisters. With Galvin's return imminent, Macy knows she must tell him her decision about her demon side. Niko is curious when she sees that the Sarcana has cleared out and calls Mel for clarity, but when Mel arrives she is alarmed at what she discovers. Meanwhile, Maggie is trying to figure out how she can pay for college and turns to Macy for guidance. Written by Marcos Luevanos & Zoe Marshall

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Drama | Fantasy

Certificate:

TV-PG
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Trivia

Tessa (Chloe Bridges) in this episode and Viralis (Tyler Blackburn) in the previous episode both appeared on Pretty Little Liars See more »

Goofs

When Gavin comes by the house after his trip, he has his tan backpack. Macey puts him in the closet and when he comes out of the closet, his tan backpack has gone and he has a blue duffel bag. See more »

Quotes

Tessa: Not impressed, ladies. Not impressed at all.
Macy Vaughn: Who the hell are you?
Tessa: I'm Tessa. Your new and improved Whitelighter.
Mel Vera: You're our new Whitelighter? So this was a test?
Macy Vaughn: And you thought it necessary to scare the crap out of us in the middle of the night?
Tessa: Pretty sure I heard Harry kidnapped you and tied you to chairs when he introduced himself?
Macy Vaughn: Well, we had a rocky start.
Mel Vera: But he learned to respect us.
Maggie Vera: And who the hell are you coming in here criticizing him when he... just died? Thanks to the Elders.
Mel Vera: We miss him.
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References Mean Girls (2004) See more »

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Those pieces keep on moving
12 June 2019 | by skteoskSee all my reviews

There's a decent one-episode plot in here, although the audience probably guess the identity of the villain at least one act before anyone else does. It's mostly an excuse to see the Charmed Ones use their wits and their emerging powers as they all contribute a role to the solution. Even their annoyingly preppy new Whitelighter Tessa turns out to have a way of helping out.

Meanwhile, despite several of the cast being missing in action, there's an awful lot of developments as plot elements seem to be revived and discarded almost at random. Galvin returns after what seems like an age only to find his quest was meaningless. Niko's memory loss hasn't been reversed but she moves closer to the truth about Mel. Maggie deals with discovering she has a new cultural heritage. And the Sarcana face the consequences of backing the wrong horse, although allowing Jada to survive smacks of a cop-out.


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English

Release Date:

21 April 2019 (USA) See more »

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