Constance M. Burge
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Constance "Connie" M. Burge is an American television producer and writer. She is the creator of the television series Charmed (1998–2006) and the short-lived series Savannah (1996–97). Burge was also a writer for Judging Amy, Ally McBeal and Boston Public, and has produced several other shows. In recent years, she has worked as a consulting producer and writer for Royal Pains (2009–2016), The Fosters (2016–17), and Instinct (2018).
In 2000, Burge left her executive producer position on Charmed ahead of its third season after she reportedly became frustrated with the direction the storylines were going in for that season and because of disagreements with fellow executive producer Brad Kern. However, she remained on Charmed as an executive consultant until the fourth season.
- Savannah (1996)
- Charmed (1998–2000)
- Ally McBeal (2001–2002)
- Boston Public (2003; hired by David E. Kelley)
- Judging Amy (2004–2005)
- In Plain Sight (2008)
- The Starter Wife (2008)
- Eureka (2009)
- Royal Pains (2009–2016)
- Instinct (2018)
- Charmed reboot (2018; credited as a story writer for the pilot episode)
- Savannah (1996–1997), co-executive and supervising producer
- Charmed (1998–2002), executive producer, creative consultant
- Ally McBeal (2001–2002), consulting producer
- Boston Public (2003), consulting producer
- Ed (2003–2004), consulting producer
- CMT Got Me in with the Band (2004), associate producer
- Judging Amy (2004–2005), consulting producer
- Garden Giants: Still Growing (2005), associate producer
- Sugar Rush (2005), line producer
- In Plain Sight (2007–2008), co-executive producer
- The Starter Wife (2008), co-executive producer
- Eureka (2009), consulting producer
- Cool Tools: The Hardware Show (2010), line producer
- Royal Pains (2009–2016), consulting, co-executive and executive producer
- The Fosters (2016–2017), consulting, co-executive and executive producer
- Tierney Bricker (October 12, 2018). "The Wicked Behind-the-Scenes Drama of the Original Charmed: The Feuds, Firings and Feminist Fury". E! Online. Retrieved June 15, 2019.
- Adams, Kristina (April 23, 2012). "Charmed: The Good, The Bad, And Why We Love It Anyway". Heart of Glass Magazine. Archived from the original on February 1, 2014. Retrieved January 22, 2014.
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