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Charmed: The Final Season

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Holly Marie Combs, Alyssa Milano, Rose McGowan. Grab your broom and hop on! The witchy tale of the supernatural Halliwell sisters comes to a close in this, the final season of the Charmed Ones doing battle with warlocks, demons and the like. 22 episodes on 6 DVDs. 2005-06/color/15 hrs., 18 min/NR/fullscreen.

Season eight of Charmed brings the story of the Halliwell sisters to a satisfying conclusion, but not without a lot of bumps on the road for the witchy trio. The season begins with Paige (Rose McGowan), Piper (Holly Marie Combs), and Phoebe (Alyssa Milano)--exhausted after years of magical responsibility for protecting the mortal world and fighting off demons--pretending to be dead and hiding behind new appearances. (The characters, when seen in mirrored reflections or through the eyes of others, are played by different actresses.) The gambit works smoothly for awhile, until each of the sisters begins missing aspects of her old life and feeling a sense of responsibility for protecting the innocent. Meanwhile, a gaggle of restless, young demons suspect that the Halliwells aren’t really dead at all, and are out to prove it. While fending off new demonic plots to take over the sisters’ San Francisco home and seize control of a school of magic, Piper and Phoebe’s father, Victor (James Read), takes care of Piper and Leo’s kids at the near cost of his own life. Also, Phoebe falls for a sculptor (Jason Lewis) early in the season and Cupid (Victor Webster) himself later on; Paige considers a career in law enforcement; and a newcomer arrives on the scene: Billie (Kaley Cuoco), a young witch with a flashy, Buffy-like style as demon-slayer. Billie’s story provides a narrative backbone to Charmed: The Final Season. Powerful but untutored, Billie reluctantly becomes a protégé of Paige, learning the ropes of witchcraft just as Paige did a couple of seasons back. The problem is that Billie makes a well-intentioned mess of a number of situations (at one point, she draws the attention of a Homeland Security agent to her powers), and then goes rogue when her long-lost sister shows up and turns Billie against the Halliwells. The latter half of the season slowly draws to a showdown between the two sets of siblings, but as always, there are lot of storylines with plenty of other issues and action to worry about. Longtime Charmed fans will certainly enjoy the series finale, an imaginative, time-travel tale in which some of the main characters meet different versions of themselves, and we all get a peek into what the future holds in store for the Halliwells as individual women. --Tom Keogh

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Special Features

  • The Making of Charmed
  • The Store of Charmed: A 2-part Documentary
  • The Final 22 Episodes
  • To the Manor Born: Behind-the-Scenes look at the Halliwell manor
  • Forever Charmed: A Profile of Charmed Fans

Product Details

  • Actors: Alyssa Milano, Holly Marie Combs, Rose McGowan, Kaley Cuoco, Brian Krause
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, Dubbed, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround), French (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround), Spanish (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French, Portuguese
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Rated: PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: September 11, 2007
  • Run Time: 918 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (233 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,225 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Well, this here is the final season of CHARMED. The Charmed Ones, PIPER HALLIWELL (played by Holly Marie Combs, for the final time), PHOEBE HALLIWELL (played by Alyssa Milano, for the final time), & PAIGE MATTHEWS (played by Rose McGowan, for the final time) return for the final time, with LEO WYATT (played by the outstanding Brian Krause, for the final time), to battle demons & warlocks before they go on to the next phase in their lives, where they would leave a legacy to the future Halliwell witches, who are soon to come.

"Still Charmed & Kicking"
Presumed dead, the Charmed sisters start their demon-free existence with new identities brought about by a spell that altered their appearances to the outside world, but not to those closest to them.

"Malice in Wonderland"
Hoping to lure the Charmed Ones out of hiding, Haas, a young demon wanting to take over the Underworld, uses the Alice's Adventures in Wonderland fairy tale to prey on young victims.

"Run Piper, Run"
Looking for a new career path, Piper goes on an interview with a corporate recruiter, but is soon arrested when a background check reveals that the physical appearance she adopted was that of a woman wanted for murder.

"Desperate Housewitches"
Wyatt's impending school play brings out the competitive nature in Piper when her hand-sewn costume for Wyatt and her parenting ability are attacked by Mandi, the perfect Stepford-like mother.
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I always feel, when it comes to watching "Charmed: Season 8", that I am watching something I shouldn't be. What with the drama and finality of the Season Finale of Season 7, and then the rumours that were spun in the summer of 2005 (that "Charmed" could very possibly NOT be returning for an eighth season), it really seemed like that was going to be it - the sisters had defeated one of their deadliest enemies, fled The Manor and relinquished their lives as Halliwells and The Charmed Ones. They had faked their deaths, left it to the next generation and disappeared off, in disguise, with Leo. Daryl's reaction to this appeared to be a satisfied one, and Prue's ghost - it is believed - had shut The Manor door one last time (an apt end to the series).
This, however neatly tied up, just didn't seem right though. Of all the endings, renouncing their heritage and giving up on life as they knew it was just not satisfying enough. When I watched the finale to Season 7, although it was not confirmed that the show would continue, something inside me knew that it would. The feel that episode left the viewer with was an uneasy this was not the end, regardless of what the network was saying. It never really felt that "Charmed" was to conclude like that.

And indeed, it didn't. As Season 8 opens in "Still Charmed And Kicking" you feel almost honoured that you are allowed to see what happens next, after the threat that The Halliwells would not return as The Charmed Ones again. The viewer gets to see HOW the characters get out of the mess that they seem to have created for themselves.

Season 8 is not the best of seasons, but it is yet another superb one. It begins by revealing The Halliwells are back in The Manor, living with their father Victor.
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Season 8 did not disappoint. It was very well written and the final two episodes are so well written and the final scenes of the final episode are beautiful. It was such a joy to see the sisters finally get a happy ending after all they have endured the last 8 years and seeing familar faces in the final episode was just wonderful.

I have no complaints about season eight of the final episode. Through Prue is mentioned, it was a little sad not see a photo of Prue anywhere in the house in the end when so many photos of the family were shown. But again, thats all a legal issue between Shannon and the producers.

This is a must have season!
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There will be three featurettes: "To The Manor Born", "The Making of Charmed", and the 2-part documentary "The Story of Charmed" and "Forever Charmed". The "Story of Charmed" featurette will contain parts of the unaired pilot with actress Lori Rom playing the part of Phoebe. Also to be included on the DVD set will be a gag-reel and episode commentaries on the following episodes: "Still Charmed and Kicking" (Brad Kern, James Conway and Kaley Cuoco), "Vaya Con Leos" (Brad Kern, Cameron Litvack, Brian Krause), and "Forever Charmed" (Brad Kern, James Conway).
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I have been a Charmed fan since the show premiered in 1998, faithfully watching every episode. Being a fan of Shannen Doherty, Holly Marie Combs & Alyssa Milano,I felt that the show was destined to be a hit.

In 2001, I was rather disappointed when Shannen left and felt that the show should be cancelled. It took me a little time to warm up to Paige played by Rose McGowan. As time progressed, I realized that her character was not a replacement for Prue, and I was able to accept her. Rose proved to be a great asset to the show in her own right.

In the Season Finale, I was rather disappointed that Shannen was not brought back for a cameo appearance, or even shown in a picture. I know that there were legal issues, but it would have made many faithful viewers very happy.

The Finale was done superbly. The jumping back and forth made me a little dizzy, but it all made sense and tied up any loose ends. The last five minutes of the show was excellent. I think everyone was glad to see that Leo and Piper finally ended up happily married. It was also great to see that both Paige and Phoebe had achieved happiness.

This was one of the best Finale episodes that I've seen in ages. It reminded me a little of the Six Feet Under finale. It was also great to see Grams (Penny), Patty, Victor, Wyatt & Chris, all together again for one last family reunion. Charmed and the Halliwell line will be greatly missed!
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And Prue?
Even if she WAS invited (and heck, she could have been; who knows), she would not have come. She hated being on the show. She was one of the reasons that it took so long for the Charmed DVDs to be released.
Aug 25, 2007 by socalledboothy |  See all 2 posts
Theme Music Changed?
Really? I actually really liked it, but perhaps that might have been just because I had watched sooo many episodes with the How Soon Is Now theme song in such a short period of time, so it got on my nerves.

But I think I just liked it cuz it's soo darn cool. Hopefully, it'll be on the Region 1...
May 20, 2007 by socalledboothy |  See all 43 posts
release date
i couldn't agree with you more. i'm constantly checking, since i've watched all seven seasons.
Apr 6, 2007 by PLATNUM |  See all 8 posts
egg hunt
I have no idea... lemme see what the person said in my post about special features and try and find it myself.

Yes, you have to look for the easter egg... that's the point. It's like an easter egg hunt, except on a DVD for hidden features.

Here's how to find it: "the last disc go to the... Read More
Sep 13, 2007 by socalledboothy |  See all 7 posts
Go on to Amazon UK. Go to Charmed series 8. They list the extras with all the other info they give. Hope that Helps!
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