|Hell Hath No Fury|
|Air date||October 11th, 2001|
|Producers||James L. Conway; Jonathan Levin; Nell Scovell; Jon Paré; Brad Kern; Aaron Spelling; E. Duke Vincent; Peter Chomsky; Daniel Cerone|
|Starring||Alyssa Milano; Rose McGowan; Holly Marie Combs; Brian Krause; Julian McMahon|
"Charmed Again (Part 2)"
"Enter the Demon"
"Hell Hath No Fury" is the third episode of season four of the supernatural fantasy series Charmed, and the sixty-ninth episode of the series overall. It was directed by Chris Long with a script written by Krista Vernoff. It first aired on the WB Network on Thursday, October 11th, 2001.
Cast[edit | edit source]
Starring[edit | edit source]
|Alyssa Milano||Phoebe Halliwell|
|Rose McGowan||Paige Matthews|
|Holly Marie Combs||Piper Halliwell|
|Brian Krause||Leo Wyatt|
|Julian McMahon||Cole Turner|
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Co-Starring[edit | edit source]
|David Reivers||Bob Cowan|
|Ken Feinberg||Demon in black|
Notes & Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Charmed was created by Constance M. Burge. The series aired on the WB Network for eight seasons, totaling 179 episodes. The premise of the show revolved around three sisters, and later a half-sister, who discovered that they had inherited the power of witchcraft. Working together, the so-called "Charmed Ones" fought up against the forces of evil, which took the form of demons, warlocks, and strange entities from another dimension, while working in tandem with an organization of guardian angels known as Whitelighters.
- This episode has been made available on the Charmed: The Complete Fourth Season DVD collection, which was released by Paramount Home Video in Region 1 format on February 28th, 2006. It is also included on the Charmed: The Complete Series boxset collection, which was released by Paramount on November 18th, 2008.
- This episode is production code number 4301069.
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