I have watched the series on Prime Video. After all I like this series, because it is a mature version of this Drama Teenie Series like Teen Wolf or Being Human. I like this kind of series. Even if I don't like everything (Audreys loses its stable, self-confident nature, getting this "Damsel in distress"-archtype after season 2 and needs Nathan as her saviour. I liked her better as a woman who can also take care of herself.)
But there are some questions, I can get no clear answeres.
Q1: Why Nathan was in the near in Ep.1 of the car acciedent from Audrey? What did he look for, if he was at the scene of the crime?
Q2: When Audrey arrived Nathan did not believed on the troubles. He accepted the medical answer for himself. Why was he interfering with Audrey's FBI investigation? His father never said a word about it. The opposite was rather the case.
Q3: Why Nathan had never felt Audreys touches in S1E2 or any other episode before S1E9? In named episode Audreys pulls him away from Driskel but Nathan does not feel anything.
Q4- not really, but is a lack for me: I miss another episode between episodes S1E12 and S1E13 in which you see Nathan inventing objections to be able to touch Audrey. His Hand-Shaking with Audrey in Episode 12 was not enough.
I didn't like it when she went off the FBI behavior, too. It made her more effective, more credible, more interesting. Too bad she never got in touch with her FBI work again. Outside of Haven.
Edit: Q5: Do you think, this many Charmed hints are a coincidence? Audrey Prudence. Her "replacement" is Paige. When Audrey came back as Lexi, when she asks for some sweets Nathan answers with "P3 is broken"