It's pretty sad when your fans don't have a clue where the writers are headed and even worse when they themselves don't know. Maggie and Parker are a poor man's Phoebe & Cole. At least they (Phoebe & Cole) both had powers. Parker, for being the Demon Overlord, is still the lovesick puppy he was in season 1. I believe when Cole was challenged, he would have accepted the challenge and dealt with it. Parker seems to need Maggie's backbone as a substitute for his own missing one. Please show, don't get rid of Abigael, Poppy Drayton has been the only plus this drab season. Keep her around. I like her or Ivana Baquero from "The Shannara Chronicles" on my screen. Speaking of "on my screen". Why develop Kat only to send her packing? I hope that's only temporary because she had nice chemistry with Mel and I'd like to see this rotating love interest for each of the characters ended. It's silly and distracting and takes screen time away from the Charmed Ones. Unless, the show intends to stop our hearts with an Abigael/Mel love story. Who knows?
Parker & Maggie? Snooze-fest. ZZZZZZZZZ. Macy and Harry? Weird! Piper & Leo were cool because they just clicked and actually pursued or at least flirted with each other. Macy and Harry, although I like Harry, he's just not clicking with Macy. Hell, even Galvin, as boring as he was and a welcome subtraction from the cast, never clicked with Macy. I can't quite make up my mind about Madeleine Mantock. She seems to have become the go-to African-American female love interest in SyFy shows lately: "The Tomorrow People"; "Into the Badlands", both cast her as the love interest but there are other actresses out there who could play the part as well, so Ms. Mantock seems to have cornered a little bit of that African-American female SyFy actress market.
Jordan, meh, don't care. His ring is more important than the character and please do NOT pair him with Maggie. Parker is bad enough.