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Cyprus[edit]

Hi, I'm all british/greek/turkish cypriot, and im glad to see that you have included both parts of Cyprus in your bio. It makes me very sad that the Greeks and Turks do not get on.. I see so many people that bad mouth the other party instead of working together.. the war was all our ancestors fault, we should move on from this bitterness as it does neither side any good.. dont you agree Olympian? Zara Cyp (talk) 18:46, 16 October 2009 (UTC)

Cyprus GA[edit]

As someone who's worked on the Cyprus articles, you might be interested in following the GA recommendations at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk:Cyprus/GA1. Best, Vizjim (talk) 08:40, 25 October 2009 (UTC)

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Awards and accolades[edit]

Charmed has gathered several awards and nominations.[1] The series was nominated for four Saturn Awards during its run, including Best Network Television Series for its first season and two nominations for lead actress Shannen Doherty. Rose McGowan won a Family Television Award in 2005 for Favourite Sister, whilst co-star Alyssa Milano has been nominated for a Kids' Choice Award, Teen Choice Award and Spacey Award. McGowan, after having also appeared in feature film Grindhouse, won a Spike Award for Femme Fatale in 2007. Holly Marie Combs has been nominated for three Best Lead Actress in a Science Fiction Series RATTY awards, having won once in 2003. Charmed has also received recognition for its young actors, having been nominated for five Young Artist Awards, with guest star Alex Black winning once for his role in the fourth season episode "Lost and Bound".

As well as the success of its cast, Charmed has accumulated awards for its production. The series won two ASCAP Awards for its music composers, Tim Truman and Jay Gruska, and a Hollywood Post Alliance Award for Outstanding Audio Post in Television for its final season. The Hollywood Makeup Artist and Hair Stylist Guild nominated the episode "The Devil's Music" for Best Contemporary Hair Styling in 2000. Directors of the series have also been acknowledged, including John T. Kretchmer who was nominated for a RATTY Award for the series premier "Something Wicca This Way Comes".[2] NAACP Image Awards, which honors African-Americans, nominated Janice Cooke Leonard for an Outstanding Directing in a Dramatic Series award in 2006. The series has also received further nominations from the International Horror Guild, TV Guide Awards, Teen Choice Awards, amongst others, for best television series.

The series also received a Certificate of Merit from the Entertainment Industries Council's EDGE Awards which recognizes media that promote firearm safety and discourage gun violence.[3] Charmed has been acknowledged abroad, having being nominated for a Spanish TP de Oro and having won a Cable Guide Award in the United Kingdom for Favourite Sci-Fi/Fantasy Series in 2001. Executive producer Aaron Spelling has also won several awards for his contribution to television, including a BAFTA for Excellence in Television, and a Producers Guild of America Lifetime Achievement Award.[4]

In 2006, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences declared that, following the January 22 broadcast of "Payback's a Witch", Charmed became the longest running hour-long series in television history featuring all female leads.[5][6][7][8] The series surpassed Laverne & Shirley (as well as other shows, including Sex and the City and Designing Women) in achieving the milestone. The accolade applies to hour-long television series with multiple female leads (Murder She Wrote being the longest running with a singular female protagonist).[5] Executive producer and show runner, Brad Kern, stated that "it's a remarkable accomplishment... It's something we're all immensely proud of".

In 2000, Cult TV Awards placed Charmed within its top 100 cult television series of the century at number forty-four.[9] The depiction of witchcraft in Charmed has also had a significant impact on popular culture. In 2008, the religious organisation Beliefnet accounted the Charmed Ones as the eighth most significant fictional witches in history, behind the Weird Sisters from William Shakespeare's Macbeth and the Biblical Witch of Endor. Beliefnet praised the cultural image of Charmed for its female empowerment, mythology and how the sisters "managed to solve their cases" week-on-week.[10] The previous year, AOL Television ranked each Charmed One within its top fifteen of the greatest witches in television history — Paige twelfth, Prue ninth, Phoebe seventh and Piper third.[11]

Expanded universe[edit]

Outside of the television series, the Charmed universe has been officially expanded and elaborated on by authors and artists in the so-called "Charmed Expanded Universe". The creators of these works may or may not keep to established continuity. Similarly, writers for the television series were under no obligation to use information which had been established by the expanded universe, and sometimes contradicted such continuity.

Literature[edit]

Main article: List of Charmed books

Charmed novels have been released since 1999 by publisher Simon Spotlight Entertainment. The first, Eliza Willard's "The Power of Three", was a novelization of the series premier episode "Something Wicca This Way Comes". All other novels, apart from "Charmed Again" which documents the events of the two-part episode of the same name, are original stories revolving around the four Charmed Ones and their allies.

The novels follow no strict continuity with the television series or each other, and are sometimes considered to be non-canon by fans. This is due to there being a period of roughly a year between the original idea for a novel and the finalised product, causing difficulties for authors who are unaware of how the television series will develop and change during the writing process.[12] Despite this, however, editors function as the medium between the author and the production company, specifically creator Constance M. Burge. Therefore, the television producers have final approval of everything in the novels[12], which could indicate that the literature conforms to the established canon of the series and the so-called "Charmed universe".

Forty three novels have been written in the Charmed series thus far. Ten include Prue and the original line-up of Charmed Ones, whilst the remaining thirty three feature Piper, Phoebe and Paige. Two of the novels, "Seasons of the Witch" and "The Warren Witches", are anthologies of short stories. Most focus on the Charmed Ones, however some of the stories in "The Warren Witches" place greater emphasis on the sisters' ancestors, the Warren line of witches, whilst the novel "Leo Rising" features Leo Wyatt and his sons Wyatt and Chris Halliwell as protagonists. Writers of the series include Hugo Award-winner Diana G. Gallagher, Paul Ruditis, and Laura J. Burns.

Along with the television series, Charmed literature is also subject to study as part of Charmed academia.[13]

Comic[edit]

Charmed
Publication information
Publisher Zenescope Entertainment
Genre Supernatural
Occult
Witchcraft
Publication date 2010 - present
Number of issues 2 (unreleased)
Main character(s) Piper Halliwell
Phoebe Halliwell
Paige Matthews
Creative team
Writer(s) Paul Ruditis
Raven Gregory
Artist(s) Dave Hoover
Eric Basaldua

On March 15, 2010, Zenescope Entertainment announced that it had acquired the rights, from CBS Consumer Products, to publish comic books and graphic novels based on Charmed.[14][15][16] Previously, in December, 2009, Broken Frontier had revealed that Zenescope had been granted the license to Charmed and were planning to release the first issue of a spin-off comic book series in summer 2010.[17] The first advertisement for the series, a poster featuring a triquetra symbol and the tag line "The Girls are Back" written in the series font, appeared in the December 16, 2009 issue of Zenescope comic book Escape From Wonderland #3.[18] Zenescope's comic series will feature original stories set after the television series' eighth and final season, with Issue #0 being released in June 2010 and the first issue proper, Issue #1, premierming at the San Diego Comic-Con International in July.[14] The first publication, Issue #0, is entitled "Source Book" and will act as a "prequel to the comic book series and [a] catch up on the Charmed universe".[19] Cover artwork for the first two publications has been released online.[19]

The two writers of the series will be Paul Ruditis, who has written several Charmed novels, and Raven Gregory, writter of Zenescope's Wonderland comics.[14] Interior artwork will be produced by Dave Hoover, who released model sheets of the three Charmed Ones as early as summer 2009.[17][20] Cover art has also been created by Eric Basaldua.[17]

If everything goes according to plan I'll be working on a "Charmed" comic book based on the hit TV series published by Zenescope Entertainment. To get the job I had to compete with others vying for the same gig, and our task was to do model sheets of the girls showing how we would draw them. The art would be approved by the studio. The odd thing about this was that they supplied no photo reference, so I searched the internet high and low looking for the best possible pictures. Of the three girls, I thought Alyssa Milano would be the easiest to draw, but she turned out to be the hardest. She sort of changed her look more often than the other two, Rose McGowan and Holly Marie Combs.

—Dave Hoover, deviantART, March 13, 2009

The first press release from Zenecope Entertainment indicated that Charmed, based on the "ultra-popular" franchise, would be a natural addition to the publisher's pre-existing "sultry and strong female characters". Editor-in-Chief, Ralph Tedesco, also announced that "the key to this series success is to strike a nice balance in creating a brand new, intriguing storyline for fans of the television show while also not alienating Zenescope and comic book readers who haven't really followed it before".[14]

Video game[edit]

Main article: Charmed (video game)

In-Fusio, DC Studios and Fox Interactive developed an action, platform video game based on the television series, entitled Charmed. The game was released by In-Fusion in Europe and China in January 2003, and in North America in September 2004.[21][22] Players take the role of one of the Charmed Ones and must rescue the other two sisters from the first on-screen incarnation of The Source of All Evil. It is set during the first half of the series' fourth season, following Paige Matthew's introduction between "Charmed Again" and "Hell Hath No Fury", and prior to the Source's vanquish in "Charmed and Dangerous".

Other games[edit]

Merchandise[edit]

Impact on other media[edit]

Some British supernatural series have also been compared heavily to Charmed, including Merlin[23] and Hex.[24][25] The latter, described as "the U.K.'s edgier, oversexed response to Charmed",[26] and as a "British take on" the series,[27] has been argued to have several "comparisons [and] a very similar appeal" by critics.[28] In her review of Hex, Nancy Amazon of Kissing Fingertips suggests that:[29]

It isn't enough anymore for a show to just reveal "woohoo, she has some powers!" That's where shows such as Buffy and Charmed really have had an influence. They've spoiled us. Anyone who has watched those shows expects there to be some powers, some magic, some supernatural twist. What really needs to get moving to catch our attention is the character development.

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Cyprus[edit]

I am getting *really* tired of your incessant, bizarre POV-pushing to try and eliminate any and all connections between Hellenism and Cyprus on this encyclopedia. I won't stand for it, and neither will many others, so be aware that your campaign has *zero* chances of success. As that little essay of yours at the top of the talkpage makes it all too clear, your views are waaaaaaaaaay out there, so please refrain from trying to modify this encyclopedia accordingly. Ούτε Τούρκος τέτοιο πράμα. Αμάν ποιά. Athenean (talk) 02:08, 7 February 2010 (UTC)

Do you know the difference between ethnicity and nationality? "Cypriot" is a nationality, it is not an ethnicity. There is no such thing as a Cypriot "ethnicity" or "ethnic Cypriots." That's why if you look up Greeks, Cypriots are included. One ethnic group, two states. How much simpler can it be? At the turn of the century and up until 1974, there was overwhelming support for "enosis" among Greek Cypriots. Why else would that be the case, unless Cypriots identified as "Greeks"? You seem to think that because Cypriots have a separate state, that it makes them a separate ethnic group. It doesn't. No anthropologists or ethnologists acknowledge the existence of a "Cypriot" ethnicity. Athenean (talk) 19:27, 7 February 2010 (UTC)
Έτυχε να δω την απάντησή σου στον Αθήνιαν σχετικά με την εθνική ταυτότητα των Κυπρίων. Επιβεβαιώνει ότι μου έλεγε πάντα ο πατέρας μου για τους Κύπριους. Τώρα συνειδητοποίησα πόσο δίκιο είχε, αλλά δυστυχώς έχει πεθάνει πλέον για να του ζητήσω συγνώμη γιά ότι του απαντούσα. Θα θυμάμαι ό,τι έγραψες κάθε φορά που θα βρίσκεται κάποιος Κύπριος μπροστά μου και θα του συμπεριφέρομαι αναλόγως: Σαν σε μη Έλληνα, φιλόξενα. Η εταιρία μου συνεργάζεται με αρκετούς, αλλά παρόλες τις συμβουλές του πατέρα μου δεν είχα ιδέα για το τι πιστεύουν ότι είναι. Στο ενδιάμεσο θα συνιστούσα να αλλάξεις το unsourced κείμενο που έχεις στη προσωπική σου σελίδα, ειδικά στο σημείο που αναφέρεις το λόγο που βρίσκεσαι στη WP. Επίσης, μιας και εισαι στην Ελλάδα, τώρα με την ψήφηση του νόμου περί Ελληνοποίησης θα σου συνιστούσα να πας με τους Αλβανούς και τους άλλους μη Έλληνες να κάνεις καμμιά αίτηση για να πάρεις υπηκοότητα, αν και απ'ότι γράφεις δεν είμαι σίγουρος ότι αυτό θα σε κάνει να αισθάνεσαι πιό άνετα στη χώρα μου. Νάσαι καλά για ότι με έμαθες, εύχομαι σε σένα και το λαό σου κάθε καλό. --Factuarius (talk) 03:14, 9 February 2010 (UTC)
Καλά, μην τρελαινόμαστε κιόλας. Οι απόψεις του συγκεκριμένου δεν αντικατοπτρίζουν εκείνες της τεράστιας πλειοψηφίας του κυπριακού Ελληνισμού. Με τέτοιου είδους συνεισφορές, αμφιβάλλω αν είναι καν Ελληνοκύπριος. ·ΘΕΟΔΩΡΟΣ· 04:04, 11 February 2010 (UTC)

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Reported famous fans of the series include the Academy Award-winning film director, Quentin Tarantino[33][34] (who received a replica Book of Shadows as a gift from the cast and crew, and who later cast lead actress Rose McGowan (Paige Matthews) in his feature film Grindhouse); broadcast journalist, Josh Levs (who composed an article for CNN on his 'addict[ion]' to the series);[35] stock car racing driver, Brad Keselowski;[36] among others.

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  1. ^ "Charmed" - Awards and Nominations at the International Movie Database
  2. ^ "The 5th Annual RATTY Awards - The Nominees", August 5, 1999
  3. ^ Bolinger, Henri, "Entertainment Industries Council Launches Edge Awards to Recognize Movies & TV Shows that Promote Firearm Safety & Discourage Gun Violence", Entertainment Industries Council, August 06, 2003
  4. ^ Aaron Spelling - Awards and Nominations at the International Movie Database
  5. ^ a b Mitovich, Matt Webb, "Charmed Hits a (Final?) Milestone", TV Guide, January 20, 2006
  6. ^ "Spelling Television's "Charmed" is Longest Running Series in Television History Featuring Female Leads", Spelling Television Press Release, January 11, 2006
  7. ^ Vary, Adam B., "'Charmed' Lives", Entertainment Weekly, March 30, 2006
  8. ^ Holbrook, Damain, "The Joy of Sets: Brian Krause's Charmed Life", TV Guide, November 26, 2008
  9. ^ "Top 100 Cult TV Shows", Cult TV Awards, October, 2000
  10. ^ Kustanowitz, Esther, "Top 10 Wily, Wonderful, and Wicked Witches", Beliefnet, October 30, 2008
  11. ^ "Top Television Witches", AOL, 2007
  12. ^ a b Haag, Andrea V., "Interview with Diana G. Gallagher", CharmedOnes.com (fansite), February 2002
  13. ^ Beeler, Karin, "Investigating Charmed: The Magic Power of TV", p.81, (2008)
  14. ^ a b c d Staff, "Zenescope Brings Charmed to Comics", Newsarama, March 15, 2010
  15. ^ Langshaw, Mark, "Zenescope acquires 'Charmed' rights", Digital Spy, March 15, 2010
  16. ^ Marnel, Blair, "'Charmed' TV Series To Continue In Comic Book Form", MTV, March, 17, 2010
  17. ^ a b c Boom, Richard, "Zenescope Working on Charmed Comic?", Broken Frontier, December 17, 2009
  18. ^ Escape From Wonderland #3, Zenescope Entertainment, December 16, 2009
  19. ^ a b Staff, "Zenescope June 2010 Solicitations", Newsarama, March 24, 2010
  20. ^ Dave Hoover's deviantART account (March 13, 2009). See fansite The Demons Jumble for transcription.
  21. ^ Staff, "In-Fusio Provides Java Games to 123 Multimedia Customers", BNET, May 23, 2003
  22. ^ Staff, "IN-FUSIO Expands Mobile Gaming Services to U.S. Market, Opens Los Angeles Office", The Free Library, April 28, 2004
  23. ^ "MERLIN on NBC Season Premiere Review", Deamon's TV
  24. ^ Gaita, Paul, "Hex - Season 1", Amazon.com, 2005
  25. ^ Staff, "'Hex,' 'Banshee' Redefine Women's Roles on Summer TV", Daily Herald, June 22, 2006
  26. ^ Stransky, Tanner, "Hex: Season 1", Entertainment Weekly, June 01, 2007
  27. ^ Hex at Metacritic
  28. ^ Carr, Kevin, "Hex: The Complete First Season", 7M Pictures
  29. ^ Amazon, Nancy, "Hex", Kissing Fingertips, 2004
  30. ^ Paul Ruditis, Might do an impromptu Charmed comic signing at the @Zenescope booth tomorrow. Will keep you posted if any of my little Charmers are here., Twitter, July 18, 2013
  31. ^ Paul Ruditis, My little Charmers, you continue to impress me. The guesses for the Issue 22 title are so much worse than I could ever come up with., Twitter, February 8, 2012
  32. ^ Karin Beeler, Seers, Witches and Psychics on Screen, p.58
  33. ^ David Walters, "Funny Joke from...Rose McGowan", Esquire, May 2, 2007
  34. ^ Daniel Fienberg, "Comic Con News & Notes", Zap2It, July 12, 2008
  35. ^ Joshua Levs, 'Commentary: The Guilty Pleasure of 'Charmed'', CNN, April 8, 2005
  36. ^ Tom Bowles, 'Keselowski discusses his N'wide title, Kyle Busch's gesture; more', Sports Illustrated, November 13, 2010