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With bloodsuckers and the braindead overexposed, witches arein the mid-’60s, it took a while for enchantresses to cast a new spell. Lately, however, sultry sorceresses (and a few brooding warlocks) are all over TV, riding a hockeystick-shaped broomstick of popularity that lifted off in the late ’90s and went stratospheric in the ’00s.

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