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Shannen Doherty Doesn’t Regret Her Absence from ‘Charmed’ Finale

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Shannen Doherty mentioned if she’d had the prospect to return for the Charmed finale, she nonetheless would have chosen to not. The actress mentioned this week going again to set “would’ve crushed me.”

“I regret it one sense, I regret it for the fans,” she mentioned on her Let’s Be Clear With Shannen Doherty podcast. “But I don’t regret it for me, because I was so incredibly wrecked from getting fired that, I think, even years — years — years later, had I walked on that set, it just would’ve stirred everything back up for me. And it would’ve crushed me all over again.”

Doherty was fired from Charmed after season 3, and has since alleged that co-star Alyssa Milano was the explanation for her firing, claiming the actress gave producers an ultimatum to decide on between the 2 of them.

Earlier this yr, a feud between the actresses made headlines for a number of weeks, when Milano referred to as Doherty’s declare “revisionist history” after which spoke concerning the saga at MegaCon.

“There is no revisionist history happening in the truth that I know we told,” Doherty mentioned. “There is no brush flinging or shoe flinging. There is no lateness to set, there is no mediator for months on end. I recall the facts as if I was still living in them.”

Doherty, at present combating stage 4 most cancers, additionally mentioned, “At this point in my life with my health diagnosis — I’m sorry if I start crying — with fighting horrific disease every day of my life, it is also incredibly important to me that the truth actually be told as opposed to the narrative that others put out there for me.”

Charmed, which first aired on the WB and later The CW, noticed Milano, Doherty and Holly Marie Combs because the Halliwell sisters, a trio who realized they have been descendants of a line of fine feminine witches wanted to struggle evil with mixed witchcraft they known as “the power of three.” After Doherty’s exit, Rose McGowan joined the primary forged.

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