He joins the cast within the recurring role of Kevin, a transgender male university student who inspires one of the Charmed Ones to take on a really powerful opponent. This can be another breakthrough in authentic representation with a trans actor playing a trans role. The news of Hawkins’ casting couldn’t come at a finer time considering this week marks Trans Awareness Week.
Charmed is a supernatural drama fantasy television series. It is the reboot of the WB original series created by Constance Burge and produced by Aaron Spelling. The series is developers are Jennie Snyder Urman, Jessica O’Toole, and Amy Rardin.
The Charmed ones, a trio of sisters, are the most formidable good witches. They use their combined power, “Power of Three” to fight against evil like demons and warlocks.
Each sister possesses unique magical powers that grow and evolve, while they spare no effort to maintain normal lives in modern-day San Francisco. Keeping their mystic identities separate and secret from their typical lives often becomes a challenge for them. The exposure of magic has far-reaching consequences on their various relationships and leads to a variety of police and FBI investigations throughout the series.
You can have a look at Season 2 promo below!
The Tomorrow People actress, Madeleine Mantock portrays the role of Macy Vera, the eldest sister. Melonie Diaz is depicting the role of Mel Vera, the middle one. And Sarah Jeffery, known for Disney’s Descendants, plays Maggie Vera, the youngest of the three.
Some other co-stars are Rupert Evans, Nick Hargrove, Jordon Donica, Ellen Tamaki, Ser’Darius Blain, and Poppy Drayton.
Charmed season 2 came to an unexpected end and the production was shut down, due to the pandemic. The good news is, the cast has begun shooting in October for season 3. The showrunners, Craig Shapiro and Liz Kruger said that they are planning to pick the show from where it was left off.
Charmed‘s third season premieres Sunday, Jan. 24 at 9/8c. It brings joy to see the LGBTQIA+ community get the recognition they deserve.