Alyssa Milano is speaking up to clarify those "Charmed" reboot rumors. Earlier, a story stated that Milano discussed plans to revive the show with her former co-stars, Shannen Doherty and Holly Marie Combs.

According to a report on InTouch Weekly, the "Charmed" actresses --who played Phoebe, Prue and Piper Halliwell in the 1990 series - will be reprising their roles to play mothers to teenage witches in the reboot. Alyssa Milano and Shannen Doherty will also produce the show that could potentially stream on Netflix.

How many reboots are there?

But The CW, via CBS Studios, also planned on doing a different "Charmed" reboot.

However, the network's idea did not include the participation of Alyssa Milano, Shannen Doherty and Holly Marie Combs.

In January, the network even ordered a prequel “Charmed” pilot episode, with "Jane the Virgin" creator Jennie Snyder Urman in charge of production as announced in The Hollywood Reporter. It was supposed to feature new characters and a new time period but then the project was later shelved.

Speaking with The Daily Beast, Alyssa Milano said that she only heard about the Netflix reboot from the news, like everyone else. This means there are no plans for her or her co-stars to produce. The actress, however, isn’t opposed to the idea of reviving the series, but putting it together is not always so simple.

Alyssa Milano also reiterated to The Daily Beast that she’s aware that CBS Studios has been developing a “Charmed” reboot but fans did not respond well to the idea of not including the original characters.

What’s the status of the reboots?

“I think CBS Studios understands the importance of getting it right, so they came up with the idea last year that they were going to do a prequel to our story,” Alyssa Milano said.

The actress also confirmed that as far as she's aware, the plan to revive “Charmed” under CBS Studios is back under “redevelopment.”

But where in the redevelopment stage the show is exactly, Alyssa Milano said, “I don’t know the scenario, honestly.”

The actress further revealed that she has not been contacted by either CBS Studios or Netflix.

If a “Charmed” reboot was indeed close to happening, she would have already gotten some official word from either outfit as she has a working relationship with both.

Meanwhile, Holly Marie Combs also denied a “Charmed” reboot is nearing production. “I'm sorry to say that all the reboot rumors are just that.... rumors,” Combs posted on Instagram.

Fans have long wanted this show to return to the small screen but given the latest developments, it looks like the wait will continue.