Are Shannen Doherty and Alyssa Milano planning a "Charmed" reboot? The actresses are said to be cooking something up about bringing back their '90s cult series to the small screen.

Since patching up their friendship following a long-standing rift, Shannen Doherty and Alyssa Milano are reportedly in such good terms that they are considering producing a “Charmed” reboot together. Nevertheless, this could be untrue.

In a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Shannen Doherty clarified her real sentiments about the "Charmed" reboot. She said that it's not the right time to revive the old series about three sisters as powerful witches.

"It's not happening," Shannen Doherty said. "It would be far too soon," she added. "I know our fans really want us back, but who knows?"

Rumors of a ‘Charmed’ collaboration

Prior to her statement, sources revealed to InTouch Weekly that Shannen Doherty and Alyssa Milano, who played the eldest and youngest sisters Prue and Phoebe Halliwell on "Charmed," were supposedly talking to Netflix about the reboot. The plan was to feature the Halliwell sisters, along with Holly Marie Combs (Piper Halliwell), as moms training their daughters as the new breed of witches.

Alyssa Milano, however, said back in July via The Daily Beast that while she and her co-stars are open for a reboot, she only heard the talks from the media.

In truth, no one from Netflix nor CBS Studios, which owns the rights to the show, discussed the reboot plans with her. Like Shannen Doherty, Milano isn’t confident the Halliwell girls will be back on the air.

The CW’s ‘Charmed reboot plans

The CW executive Mark Pedowitz, however, acknowledged during the Television Critics Association summer press tour that a "Charmed" reboot is in its early stages of development.

The network took to task "Jane the Virgin" creator Jennie Urman to come up with a premise.

Details to what Urman is working on have not yet come to light, and The CW hasn't greenlighted the show. It is believed, however, that Shannen Doherty, Milano, and Combs, as well as Rose McGowan, who played the fourth Halliwell sister Paige, won’t be in the rebooted show because The CW wants new faces and new actors.

Rumors are that Urman might be doing a prequel.

"Charmed” aired from 1998 to 2006 on The WB or before the network became known as The CW. “Charmed” centered its story on the power of three sisters. Shannen Doherty left the show after season 3 and McGowan replaced her as the third sister.