Citing reports that Kemp, Georgia's secretary of state, is suppressing the vote, Milano tells Vulture: "If this man is elected I am going to have a very hard time going back to Insatiable and feeding their economy with my industry, and I would also hope that the 20 other productions that are in Georgia would also find it to be very difficult to go back there and feed their economy with such blatant voter suppression." Milano also addresses the backlash to Insatiable, saying she was surprised by the trailer, which she found not at all indicative of the show. "Honestly — and this might not be what people want to hear that did protest so hard against the show — I personally feel like the protest helped because it created this hype around it so that people had to say, 'Oh, I need to check this out and make sure it’s as bad as I think it is for 90 seconds,'" she adds. "And once people gave it an opportunity and realized that it was so much more, I mean the show was huge for Netflix, we got picked up within a month." Milano also discusses the Charmed reboot, saying "we were all incredibly hurt by the way in which it went down and how we were not included in the process from the beginning." Would she make a cameo on the reboot? "That ship has sailed," she says.