Since the days of bewitched, the ladies are holding the power in these shows, literally.
His first big gay case was Dick Sargent, who starred opposite Elizabeth Montgomery as the second Darrin in bewitched.
I'm not bewitched by any and all who hold a Harvard law degree, but you have to reasonably smart to get one.
Clo tricked O'Reilly, and stole from him, and yet—I think she bewitched him.
Indeed, it seemed as if there were something about the animal that bewitched people.
That was why every movement of Lelechka's bewitched her mother.
Then, Cousin, he was drugged or drunk or bewitched, not the Peter whom we know.
The rough Scotch nobles owned that there was in Mary "some enchantment whereby men are bewitched."
bewitched, perchance, by that bad woman, which is no excuse for him.
After that, he seemed to be ill again, and signified that she had bewitched him again, and he must scratch her again.
late 14c. in the literal sense, past participle adjective from bewitch; figurative use from 1570s.