‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ Trailer: Get Ready for a Creepy Christmas Time

There’s more than one reason to shiver this December.

Nothing says the holidays like reanimated mannequins, furry familiars, and other spooky sights — which is what’s packed into this trailer for “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: A Midwinter’s Tale.”

It was just a few weeks ago that Netflix let slip the news that “Chilling Adventures,” its bold and spooky take on the classic Archie Comics character Sabrina the Teenage Witch, would be returning earlier than the announced Season 2.

Per the official description provided by Netflix:

The Church of Night, like all covens, celebrates the Winter Solstice—the longest night of the year—when families gather around the Yule Fire to sing pagan carols and tell ghost stories. But the holidays are also a time for guests and visitors—both welcome and unwelcome — you never know what might come down the chimney…

At the end of Season 1, Sabrina (played by “Mad Men” alumnus Kiernan Shipka) was seen embracing her witchy side — as symbolized by her new white-blonde hair color. But she still has her connections to the human world, including one-time boyfriend Harvey (Ross Lynch) and Roz (Jaz Sinclair), who will undoubtedly continue to impact her attempts to understand the dark power she contains. Nothing says Christmas like grappling with your relationship to Satan!

“A Midwinter’s Tale” was written by series creator Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa & Donna Thorland and directed by Jeff Woolnough, and will launch globally December 14. Production is now ongoing on Season 2.

Check out the trailer below, which includes a very important lesson about why exactly we light a yule log this time of year — as Aunt Zelda (Miranda Otto) warns, you never know just what might come down the chimmy otherwise. Also get a peek at some first look photos that promise a merry, if strange, holiday season.

 

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Watch Creepy Santa in Trailer for the ‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ Holiday Special (Video)

Netflix has just debuted the first trailer for the “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: A Midwinter’s Tale” holiday special, featuring “séances, evil Santas, spellcasting, and of course, Sabrina.”

In the holiday-themed one-off, the Church of Night, like all covens, celebrates the Winter Solstice – the longest night of the year – when families gather around the Yule Fire to sing pagan carols and tell ghost stories. But the holidays are also a time for guests and visitors – both welcome and unwelcome – so you never know what might come down the chimney.

Series stars Kiernan Shipka, Miranda Otto, Lucy Davis, Ross Lynch, Michelle Gomez and Chance Perdomo will all return for the episode, along with Jaz Sinclair, Tati Gabrielle, Adeline Rudolph, Abigail Cowen and Lachlan Watson.

Also Read: ‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ to Return for Season 2 Next Spring on Netflix – Here’s a Teaser (Video)

Showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and Donna Thorland co-wrote the special, part of Netflix’s larger holiday line-up. Jeff Woolnoug directed the episode.

“Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: A Midwinter’s Tale” will launch Dec. 14 on Netflix.

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Netflix has just debuted the first trailer for the “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: A Midwinter’s Tale” holiday special, featuring “séances, evil Santas, spellcasting, and of course, Sabrina.”

In the holiday-themed one-off, the Church of Night, like all covens, celebrates the Winter Solstice – the longest night of the year – when families gather around the Yule Fire to sing pagan carols and tell ghost stories. But the holidays are also a time for guests and visitors – both welcome and unwelcome – so you never know what might come down the chimney.

Series stars Kiernan Shipka, Miranda Otto, Lucy Davis, Ross Lynch, Michelle Gomez and Chance Perdomo will all return for the episode, along with Jaz Sinclair, Tati Gabrielle, Adeline Rudolph, Abigail Cowen and Lachlan Watson.

Showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and Donna Thorland co-wrote the special, part of Netflix’s larger holiday line-up. Jeff Woolnoug directed the episode.

“Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: A Midwinter’s Tale” will launch Dec. 14 on Netflix.

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‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ to Return for Season 2 This Spring on Netflix – Here’s a Teaser (Video)

“Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” will return with a holiday special later this month — and Season 2 next spring.

Less than six weeks after Season 1 launched, Netflix has revealed its Kiernan Shipka-led take on the Archie Comics half-witch, half-mortal teen’s tale will return with its second installment on April 5, 2019.

In a new 44-second teaser released Saturday, the now platinum-haired, dressed-all-in-black Sabrina (Shipka) is taking a walk on the wild side and embracing her dark new life after signing the Book of the Beast.

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The video (set to The Runaways’ “Cherry Bomb”) shows our 16-year-old heroine dancing sensually with Prudence, the other Weird Sisters and Nick Scratch (gasp!) at the Academy of Unseen Art, Sabrina’s ex Harvey and her best friend Roz looking cozy in the Baxter High hallways (more gasps!), and Sabrina and Harvey kissing again (extra gasps!).

Aside from the personal teen drama brewing ahead, the clip includes the young witch coming face to face with a wolf in the woods, setting up a dark ritual and pouring gasoline all around the halls of her old high school — and lighting a match with a demon’s encouragement.

Meanwhile, Aunt Hilda is getting all dolled up and Aunt Zelda seems more than a little concerned with Sabrina’s new attitude. And Ambrose is being his usual cool self.

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The teaser concludes with the warning, “Get ready witches,” and a title card that reads, “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” Part 2 — April 5, 2019.

But don’t worry, you won’t actually have to wait that long for more “Sabrina,” as the holiday episode — “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: A Midwinter’s Tale” — drops Dec. 14. And if you want some scoop on Season 2, you can read TheWrap’s recent interview with showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa about the next batch of episodes here.

Watch the teaser above.

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“Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” will return with a holiday special later this month — and Season 2 next spring.

Less than six weeks after Season 1 launched, Netflix has revealed its Kiernan Shipka-led take on the Archie Comics half-witch, half-mortal teen’s tale will return with its second installment on April 5, 2019.

In a new 44-second teaser released Saturday, the now platinum-haired, dressed-all-in-black Sabrina (Shipka) is taking a walk on the wild side and embracing her dark new life after signing the Book of the Beast.

The video (set to The Runaways’ “Cherry Bomb”) shows our 16-year-old heroine dancing sensually with Prudence, the other Weird Sisters and Nick Scratch (gasp!) at the Academy of Unseen Art, Sabrina’s ex Harvey and her best friend Roz looking cozy in the Baxter High hallways (more gasps!), and Sabrina and Harvey kissing again (extra gasps!).

Aside from the personal teen drama brewing ahead, the clip includes the young witch coming face to face with a wolf in the woods, setting up a dark ritual and pouring gasoline all around the halls of her old high school — and lighting a match with a demon’s encouragement.

Meanwhile, Aunt Hilda is getting all dolled up and Aunt Zelda seems more than a little concerned with Sabrina’s new attitude. And Ambrose is being his usual cool self.

The teaser concludes with the warning, “Get ready witches,” and a title card that reads, “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” Part 2 — April 5, 2019.

But don’t worry, you won’t actually have to wait that long for more “Sabrina,” as the holiday episode — “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: A Midwinter’s Tale” — drops Dec. 14. And if you want some scoop on Season 2, you can read TheWrap’s recent interview with showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa about the next batch of episodes here.

Watch the teaser above.

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‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’: Here’s How Ambrose Spellman Got His ‘Cousin’ Catchphrase

Are you an Ambrose Spellman fan? Great, then TheWrap’s here to help you eat your heart out with the story of how the “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” character’s catchphrase came to be.

If you’ve already binged the first season of Netflix’s new take on the half-witch teen, you totally know what we’re referring to here: Ambrose — played by British actor Chance Perdomo — refers to Kiernan Shipka’s Sabrina with a simple, but oh-so-powerful “cousin.” And he does it over and over and over again. (Not that we’re complaining.)

The love for Ambrose — and the way he calls out his ‘cuz — runs so deep, super-cuts have been created in his honor (see below):

here’s what you’ll be listening to on an infinite loop today. you’re welcome. sound on. pic.twitter.com/QfdBYy7R7x

— Chilling Adventures of Sabrina (@sabrinanetflix) November 21, 2018

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And this obsession is not lost on “Sabrina” creator Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, who tells TheWrap: “Yes, yes, I’m well aware of that. I’m well aware of that. (laughs) Yes, he uses cousin a lot.”

Aguirre-Sacasa, who is also the creator and showrunner on The CW’s “Riverdale” — another dark take on the Archie Comics universe — says this overuse of the term of endearment came about because of his own writing style, and Perdomo’s ownership of the word.

“All of the actors [on ‘Sabrina’ and ‘Riverdale’] are always making fun of me because they are always using the other characters’ names. And I always say that it’s because, you know, it never gets old if one of you says ‘Jug,’” he said, referring to Cole Sprouse’s “Riverdale” character, Archie Andrew’s best friend Jughead Jones.

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“And I asked Chance, ‘What do you think about that?’ And he said, ‘Well people just love hearing the words Jughead Jones. And it never gets old.’ And I think with Ambrose, it never gets old hearing him call Sabrina ‘cousin,’ which is the fun of him doing it.”

Oh, if you haven’t already heard, Aguirre-Sacasa had originally considered Perdomo for the role of Jughead before he cast him on “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.”

“I think Chance is a star,” he said. “He auditioned for ‘Riverdale’ for Jughead. And I remembered his audition and when we were getting ready to do ‘Sabrina,’ I was like, ‘There’s this kid who read for Jughead and I think he’d be a great Ambrose.’”

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Thank the Dark Lord he landed that part instead, since “cousin” would truly be wasted on Jughead.

“Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” Season 1 is available for streaming now on Netflix.

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Are you an Ambrose Spellman fan? Great, then TheWrap’s here to help you eat your heart out with the story of how the “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” character’s catchphrase came to be.

If you’ve already binged the first season of Netflix’s new take on the half-witch teen, you totally know what we’re referring to here: Ambrose — played by British actor Chance Perdomo — refers to Kiernan Shipka’s Sabrina with a simple, but oh-so-powerful “cousin.” And he does it over and over and over again. (Not that we’re complaining.)

The love for Ambrose — and the way he calls out his ‘cuz — runs so deep, super-cuts have been created in his honor (see below):

And this obsession is not lost on “Sabrina” creator Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, who tells TheWrap: “Yes, yes, I’m well aware of that. I’m well aware of that. (laughs) Yes, he uses cousin a lot.”

Aguirre-Sacasa, who is also the creator and showrunner on The CW’s “Riverdale” — another dark take on the Archie Comics universe — says this overuse of the term of endearment came about because of his own writing style, and Perdomo’s ownership of the word.

“All of the actors [on ‘Sabrina’ and ‘Riverdale’] are always making fun of me because they are always using the other characters’ names. And I always say that it’s because, you know, it never gets old if one of you says ‘Jug,'” he said, referring to Cole Sprouse’s “Riverdale” character, Archie Andrew’s best friend Jughead Jones.

“And I asked Chance, ‘What do you think about that?’ And he said, ‘Well people just love hearing the words Jughead Jones. And it never gets old.’ And I think with Ambrose, it never gets old hearing him call Sabrina ‘cousin,’ which is the fun of him doing it.”

Oh, if you haven’t already heard, Aguirre-Sacasa had originally considered Perdomo for the role of Jughead before he cast him on “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.”

“I think Chance is a star,” he said. “He auditioned for ‘Riverdale’ for Jughead. And I remembered his audition and when we were getting ready to do ‘Sabrina,’ I was like, ‘There’s this kid who read for Jughead and I think he’d be a great Ambrose.'”

Thank the Dark Lord he landed that part instead, since “cousin” would truly be wasted on Jughead.

“Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” Season 1 is available for streaming now on Netflix.

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(Warning: This post contains spoilers through the Season 1 finale of “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina”)

“Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” will serve fans a blast from the past on the Netflix series’ upcoming holiday episode, which will feature a flashback to Sabrina Spellman’s childhood. And “Haunting of Hill House” star Mckenna Grace — the actress cast as the younger version of the teen half witch, half mortal — was selected by Kiernan Shipka, the titular character, herself.

“When Kiernan heard we were doing Li’l Sabrina, she texted me a picture of her with McKenna and said, ‘You have to get Mckenna. She’s like me as a little girl and we’re dead ringers,’” series creator Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa told TheWrap in an interview Wednesday, after the casting news broke. “And then we reached out [to Mckenna] and said, ‘Do you want to be Li’l Sabrina for the Christmas special?’ And she said yeah. And it was as easy as that! It came from Kiernan though.”

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(See photos of Grace above and Shipka below for confirmation of that whole “dead ringer” bit.)

Grace will guest star as “precocious tot” Li’l Sabrina on the show’s upcoming holiday episode, “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: A Midwinter’s Tale.” Per Netflix, “While The Church of Night celebrates the Solstice, that doesn’t stop Li’l Sabrina from asking Santa for something special.”

Here’s the official description for the holiday installment: The Church of Night, like all covens, celebrates the Winter Solstice – the longest night of the year – when families gather around the Yule Fire to sing pagan carols and tell ghost stories. But the holidays are also a time for guests and visitors – both welcome and unwelcome – so you never know what might come down the chimney.

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In other “Sabrina” casting news, it was also revealed this morning that “Buffy” and “Angel” alum Alexis Denisof (above left) and “The Originals” star Jedidiah Goodacre (above right) have both signed on for recurring guest roles on Season 2.

Denisof plays Mary Wardwell’s (Michelle Gomez) boyfriend, Adam Masters. Handsome and charming, Adam returns to Greendale after a stint overseas working with Physicians Without Frontiers — unaware that his fiancé has been taken over by the demoness Madam Satan.

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“You know very early on we knew we knew we were going to tell a story after Madam Satan takes over Mary Wardwell — we thought there would be a really great story where Mary’s boyfriend, or someone from Mary’s life, would come and not know that Mary has been taken over by Madam Satan,” Aguirre-Sacasa told TheWrap. “And we thought that could be a very interesting story to have Madam Satan meet someone who didn’t know her as Madam Satan, and only knows her as Mary Wardwell. And we thought it would be interesting to see how he treated her, and if that affected how she thought of herself and how she thought of her relationship with the Dark Lord. So that was something that we have talked about since the start of Season 1.”

Goodacre will portray the Netflix series’ spin on iconic literary character Dorian Gray, who on “Sabrina” is a warlock. The owner of Dorian’s Gray Room, an exclusive nightclub, this enigmatic gentleman of an indeterminate age is very good at keeping secrets, especially his own — a cursed portrait he hides from prying eyes.

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Aguirre-Sacasa told TheWrap, “Dorian Gray is one of my favorite characters from Gothic literature. And you know, his is one of the most famous deals with the Devil. And we thought, ‘What if Dorian Gray is a warlock?’ and then it kind of happened from there.”

“Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: A Midwinter’s Tale” will launch Dec. 14 on Netflix.

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(Warning: This post contains spoilers through the Season 1 finale of “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina”)

“Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” will serve fans a blast from the past on the Netflix series’ upcoming holiday episode, which will feature a flashback to Sabrina Spellman’s childhood. And “Haunting of Hill House” star Mckenna Grace — the actress cast as the younger version of the teen half witch, half mortal — was selected by Kiernan Shipka, the titular character, herself.

“When Kiernan heard we were doing Li’l Sabrina, she texted me a picture of her with McKenna and said, ‘You have to get Mckenna. She’s like me as a little girl and we’re dead ringers,'” series creator Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa told TheWrap in an interview Wednesday, after the casting news broke. “And then we reached out [to Mckenna] and said, ‘Do you want to be Li’l Sabrina for the Christmas special?’ And she said yeah. And it was as easy as that! It came from Kiernan though.”

(See photos of Grace above and Shipka below for confirmation of that whole “dead ringer” bit.)

Grace will guest star as “precocious tot” Li’l Sabrina on the show’s upcoming holiday episode, “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: A Midwinter’s Tale.” Per Netflix, “While The Church of Night celebrates the Solstice, that doesn’t stop Li’l Sabrina from asking Santa for something special.”

Here’s the official description for the holiday installment: The Church of Night, like all covens, celebrates the Winter Solstice – the longest night of the year – when families gather around the Yule Fire to sing pagan carols and tell ghost stories. But the holidays are also a time for guests and visitors – both welcome and unwelcome – so you never know what might come down the chimney.

In other “Sabrina” casting news, it was also revealed this morning that “Buffy” and “Angel” alum Alexis Denisof (above left) and “The Originals” star Jedidiah Goodacre (above right) have both signed on for recurring guest roles on Season 2.

Denisof plays Mary Wardwell’s (Michelle Gomez) boyfriend, Adam Masters. Handsome and charming, Adam returns to Greendale after a stint overseas working with Physicians Without Frontiers — unaware that his fiancé has been taken over by the demoness Madam Satan.

“You know very early on we knew we knew we were going to tell a story after Madam Satan takes over Mary Wardwell — we thought there would be a really great story where Mary’s boyfriend, or someone from Mary’s life, would come and not know that Mary has been taken over by Madam Satan,” Aguirre-Sacasa told TheWrap. “And we thought that could be a very interesting story to have Madam Satan meet someone who didn’t know her as Madam Satan, and only knows her as Mary Wardwell. And we thought it would be interesting to see how he treated her, and if that affected how she thought of herself and how she thought of her relationship with the Dark Lord. So that was something that we have talked about since the start of Season 1.”

Goodacre will portray the Netflix series’ spin on iconic literary character Dorian Gray, who on “Sabrina” is a warlock. The owner of Dorian’s Gray Room, an exclusive nightclub, this enigmatic gentleman of an indeterminate age is very good at keeping secrets, especially his own — a cursed portrait he hides from prying eyes.

Aguirre-Sacasa told TheWrap, “Dorian Gray is one of my favorite characters from Gothic literature. And you know, his is one of the most famous deals with the Devil. And we thought, ‘What if Dorian Gray is a warlock?’ and then it kind of happened from there.”

“Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: A Midwinter’s Tale” will launch Dec. 14 on Netflix.

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Calling all Nicholas Scratch fans! Boy, do we have a Thanksgiving treat for you to feast your eyes on today.

On Wednesday, Netflix tweeted a two-minute video featuring everyone’s favorite “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” bad boy, Gavin Leatherwood, titled “Basting a Turkey With Gavin Leatherwood.” And, yes, as the label indicates, Leatherwood does spend the better part of the clip just basting a turkey. But it’s the way he does it that will heat up your kitchen.

“Hey darling, I heard you were thirsty,” Leatherwood says to the camera while rocking a white T-shirt and apron in a sunny kitchen. Then he gets to work, basting that turkey, mashing potatoes, popping cranberries in his mouth, and pouring whip cream between his lips.

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Fellow “Sabrina” star Ross Lynch recently sat down with TheWrap to talk about the Kiernan Shipka-led show’s first season, mentioning how much he loves the dynamic between his character Harvey and Leatherwood’s Nick. You can read about that here.

Watch the video below.

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“Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” Season 1 is available for streaming now on Netflix — as are all these other shows you can enjoy over the long Thanksgiving weekend.

And now, @sabrinanetflix star Gavin Leatherwood bastes a turkey pic.twitter.com/xBwLVqBnl1

— Netflix US (@netflix) November 21, 2018

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Netflix Sets ‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ Holiday Special (Video)

Calling all Nicholas Scratch fans! Boy, do we have a Thanksgiving treat for you to feast your eyes on today.

On Wednesday, Netflix tweeted a two-minute video featuring everyone’s favorite “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” bad boy, Gavin Leatherwood, titled “Basting a Turkey With Gavin Leatherwood.” And, yes, as the label indicates, Leatherwood does spend the better part of the clip just basting a turkey. But it’s the way he does it that will heat up your kitchen.

“Hey darling, I heard you were thirsty,” Leatherwood says to the camera while rocking a white T-shirt and apron in a sunny kitchen. Then he gets to work, basting that turkey, mashing potatoes, popping cranberries in his mouth, and pouring whip cream between his lips.

Fellow “Sabrina” star Ross Lynch recently sat down with TheWrap to talk about the Kiernan Shipka-led show’s first season, mentioning how much he loves the dynamic between his character Harvey and Leatherwood’s Nick. You can read about that here.

Watch the video below.

“Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” Season 1 is available for streaming now on Netflix — as are all these other shows you can enjoy over the long Thanksgiving weekend.

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‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: A Midwinter’s Tale’: Here’s Your First Look at Holiday Episode (Photos)

Merry Christmas — err, Winter Solstice, from the Spellmans.

Netflix has released the first-look photos for “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: A Midwinter’s Tale” — the Kiernan Shipka-led series’ surprise holiday episode — set to drop Friday, Dec. 14.

The pics give us a glimpse of where we’ll find Sabrina (Shipka), her Aunt Zelda (Miranda Otto), her Aunt Hilda (Lucy Davis), her ex-boyfriend Harvey (Ross Lynch), her cousin Ambrose (Chance Perdomo), her Greendale besties and all her new school pals at the Academy of Unseen Arts, during the special. Oh, and Miss Wardwell (Michelle Gomez) — or should we say Madam Satan?

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Here’s the official logline for “A Midwinter’s Tale”: The Church of Night, like all covens, celebrates the Winter Solstice-the longest night of the year-when families gather around the Yule Fire to sing pagan carols and tell ghost stories. But the holidays are also a time for guests and visitors-both welcome and unwelcome- you never know what might come down the chimney…

Shipka, Otto, Davis, Lynch, Gomez and Perdomo will return for the holiday episode, along with Jaz Sinclair, Tati Gabrielle, Adeline Rudolph, Abigail Cowen and Lachlan Watson.

“Sabrina” creator and showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, who also serves as chief creative officer of Archie Comics, executive produced the special episode, alongside “Riverdale” collaborators Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, Archie Comics CEO Jon Goldwater and Lee Toland Krieger. Aguirre-Sacasa and Donna Thorland write, with Jeff Woolnough directing.

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“Chilling Adventures of Sabrina”s first season, consisting of 10 episodes, dropped on Netflix last month. This special holiday installment is a surprise treat for fans, as the show’s second season — which was included with the streamer’s initial series order — does not yet have a launch date.

The special hails from Warner Bros. Television-based Berlanti Productions, the studio behind the series.

See the first-look photos from “A Midwinter’s Tale” below.

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“Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: A Midwinter’s Tale” will launch Dec. 14 on Netflix. Season 1 of the series is currently available for streaming.

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Merry Christmas — err, Winter Solstice, from the Spellmans.

Netflix has released the first-look photos for “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: A Midwinter’s Tale” — the Kiernan Shipka-led series’ surprise holiday episode — set to drop Friday, Dec. 14.

The pics give us a glimpse of where we’ll find Sabrina (Shipka), her Aunt Zelda (Miranda Otto), her Aunt Hilda (Lucy Davis), her ex-boyfriend Harvey (Ross Lynch), her cousin Ambrose (Chance Perdomo), her Greendale besties and all her new school pals at the Academy of Unseen Arts, during the special. Oh, and Miss Wardwell (Michelle Gomez) — or should we say Madam Satan?

Here’s the official logline for “A Midwinter’s Tale”: The Church of Night, like all covens, celebrates the Winter Solstice-the longest night of the year-when families gather around the Yule Fire to sing pagan carols and tell ghost stories. But the holidays are also a time for guests and visitors-both welcome and unwelcome- you never know what might come down the chimney…

Shipka, Otto, Davis, Lynch, Gomez and Perdomo will return for the holiday episode, along with Jaz Sinclair, Tati Gabrielle, Adeline Rudolph, Abigail Cowen and Lachlan Watson.

“Sabrina” creator and showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, who also serves as chief creative officer of Archie Comics, executive produced the special episode, alongside “Riverdale” collaborators Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, Archie Comics CEO Jon Goldwater and Lee Toland Krieger. Aguirre-Sacasa and Donna Thorland write, with Jeff Woolnough directing.

“Chilling Adventures of Sabrina”s first season, consisting of 10 episodes, dropped on Netflix last month. This special holiday installment is a surprise treat for fans, as the show’s second season — which was included with the streamer’s initial series order — does not yet have a launch date.

The special hails from Warner Bros. Television-based Berlanti Productions, the studio behind the series.

See the first-look photos from “A Midwinter’s Tale” below.

“Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: A Midwinter’s Tale” will launch Dec. 14 on Netflix. Season 1 of the series is currently available for streaming.

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(Warning: This post contains spoilers for “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” through the Season 1 finale)

Pop culture fanatics can add one more pairing to the list of greatest TV couples of all time, thanks to “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.” And, no, we’re not talking about Sabrina Spellman (Kiernan Shipka) and Harvey Kinkle (Ross Lynch).

Yeah, those two are cute and all, but if you’ve watched through the Season 1 finale, then you know the real dynamic duo is Harvey and Nicholas Scratch (Gavin Leatherwood) — the male witch vying for our heroine’s affections.

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And Lynch told TheWrap he and Leatherwood were actually waiting for the moment when you’d all realize just how adorable they are together.

“You know what’s so funny? Just today I just texted Gavin, who plays Nick, and was like, ‘Dude they’re shipping us already,’” Lynch says in the interview above.

Lynch and Leatherwood didn’t get a ton of time together on screen during the first 10 episodes of the Netflix series, but the finale saw the witch boy and the mortal teen have to work together to stay safe, while Miss Spellman was signing the Dark Lord’s book and embracing her wicked side. And those handful of scenes were some of Lynch’s favorites to shoot.

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“One, I wanna say that I love Gavin Leatherwood as a human being. We just got on so great, the whole cast,” Lynch says. “But I feel like we have a really good relationship, and that was one of the most fun days I’ve had on set. ‘Cause we shot all those scenes in one day. So basically just me and Gavin hanging out all day.”

The close of “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina”s first season finds Sabrina single, after telling Harvey she thinks its for his own good if he stays away from her magic world. And the last shot we see is of the witch strolling up to Nick in the Academy of Unseen Arts, with Prudence and the other Weird Sisters. So what does that mean for Harvey and Sabrina in Season 2?

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Lynch says you’ll “see a lot more of the academy” — but TBD on his relationship status.

Watch the full interview above.

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Pop culture fanatics can add one more pairing to the list of greatest TV couples of all time, thanks to “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.” And, no, we’re not talking about Sabrina Spellman (Kiernan Shipka) and Harvey Kinkle (Ross Lynch).

Yeah, those two are cute and all, but if you’ve watched through the Season 1 finale, then you know the real dynamic duo is Harvey and Nicholas Scratch (Gavin Leatherwood) — the male witch vying for our heroine’s affections.

And Lynch told TheWrap he and Leatherwood were actually waiting for the moment when you’d all realize just how adorable they are together.

“You know what’s so funny? Just today I just texted Gavin, who plays Nick, and was like, ‘Dude they’re shipping us already,'” Lynch says in the interview above.

Lynch and Leatherwood didn’t get a ton of time together on screen during the first 10 episodes of the Netflix series, but the finale saw the witch boy and the mortal teen have to work together to stay safe, while Miss Spellman was signing the Dark Lord’s book and embracing her wicked side. And those handful of scenes were some of Lynch’s favorites to shoot.

“One, I wanna say that I love Gavin Leatherwood as a human being. We just got on so great, the whole cast,” Lynch says. “But I feel like we have a really good relationship, and that was one of the most fun days I’ve had on set. ‘Cause we shot all those scenes in one day. So basically just me and Gavin hanging out all day.”

The close of “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina”s first season finds Sabrina single, after telling Harvey she thinks its for his own good if he stays away from her magic world. And the last shot we see is of the witch strolling up to Nick in the Academy of Unseen Arts, with Prudence and the other Weird Sisters. So what does that mean for Harvey and Sabrina in Season 2?

Lynch says you’ll “see a lot more of the academy” — but TBD on his relationship status.

Watch the full interview above.

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‘Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina’ Sets Holiday Special On Netflix

Netflix is expanding its holiday content with some dark Christmas cheer from Sabrina and her coven. Chilling Adventures of Sabrina will air a special holiday episode titled “A Midwinter’s Tale” on Friday, December 14. Check out a coup…

Netflix is expanding its holiday content with some dark Christmas cheer from Sabrina and her coven. Chilling Adventures of Sabrina will air a special holiday episode titled “A Midwinter’s Tale” on Friday, December 14. Check out a couple of short clips from the episode in the sizzle reel above. According to the logline, “A Midwinter’s Tale” is set during the Church of Night’s celebration of the winter solstice. On the longest night of the year, families gather around the…

Netflix Sets ‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ Holiday Special

Sabrina Spellman will return to Netflix sooner than you think — and she’s bringing a little holiday cheer wither. Kiernan Shipka and the rest of the cast of the streamer’s haunting new take on the half-teen, half-witch will be back for a holiday episode, “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: A Midwinter’s Tale,” set to drop Friday, Dec. 14.

Here’s the special installment’s official logline: In the upcoming episode, the Church of Night, like all covens, celebrates the Winter Solstice –the longest night of the year–when families gather around the Yule Fire to sing pagan carols and tell ghost stories. But the holidays are also a time for guests and visitors–both welcome and unwelcome– you never know what might come down the chimney…

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Shipka, Miranda Otto, Lucy Davis, Ross Lynch, Michelle Gomez, Chance Perdomo, Jaz Sinclair, Tati Gabrielle, Adeline Rudolph, Abigail Cowen, and Lachlan Watson will all return in the holiday episode.

“Sabrina” creator and showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, who also serves as chief creative officer of Archie Comics, will executive produce the special episode, alongside “Riverdale” collaborators Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, Archie Comics CEO Jon Goldwater and Lee Toland Krieger. The project hails from Warner Bros. Television-based Berlanti Productions, the studio behind the series.

“Chilling Adventures of Sabrina”s first season, consisting of 10 episodes, dropped on Netflix last month. This special holiday installment is a surprise treat for fans, as the show’s second season — which was included with the streamer’s initial series order — does not yet have a launch date.

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Feline the holiday cheer. The CAOS holiday special arrives December 14. pic.twitter.com/pfqY0tzflq

— Chilling Adventures of Sabrina (@sabrinanetflix) November 12, 2018

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Sabrina Spellman will return to Netflix sooner than you think — and she’s bringing a little holiday cheer wither. Kiernan Shipka and the rest of the cast of the streamer’s haunting new take on the half-teen, half-witch will be back for a holiday episode, “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: A Midwinter’s Tale,” set to drop Friday, Dec. 14.

Here’s the special installment’s official logline: In the upcoming episode, the Church of Night, like all covens, celebrates the Winter Solstice –the longest night of the year–when families gather around the Yule Fire to sing pagan carols and tell ghost stories. But the holidays are also a time for guests and visitors–both welcome and unwelcome– you never know what might come down the chimney…

Shipka, Miranda Otto, Lucy Davis, Ross Lynch, Michelle Gomez, Chance Perdomo, Jaz Sinclair, Tati Gabrielle, Adeline Rudolph, Abigail Cowen, and Lachlan Watson will all return in the holiday episode.

“Sabrina” creator and showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, who also serves as chief creative officer of Archie Comics, will executive produce the special episode, alongside “Riverdale” collaborators Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, Archie Comics CEO Jon Goldwater and Lee Toland Krieger. The project hails from Warner Bros. Television-based Berlanti Productions, the studio behind the series.

“Chilling Adventures of Sabrina”s first season, consisting of 10 episodes, dropped on Netflix last month. This special holiday installment is a surprise treat for fans, as the show’s second season — which was included with the streamer’s initial series order — does not yet have a launch date.

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(Warning: Major spoilers ahead for the finale of Season 1 of Netflix’s “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.”)

Meet the new Sabrina Spellman — and her killer dye job.

The finale for the first season of Netflix’s “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” — titled “The Witching Hour” — did a fantastic job of both tying up multiple loose ends and leaving several wandering threads to be followed in the next installment.

So get out your quill and ink because TheWrap is going to break it down for you.

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The beginning of the end came when Sabrina (Kiernan Shipka) was finally forced to (officially) sign her name in the Book of the Beast to help her gain the power she needed to vanquish the spirits of the Thirteen with hellfire and save the town of Greendale. And with a little coaxing from Miss Wardwell (Michelle Gomez), she finally put blood to paper.

(Oh, and that’s when her hair locks turned a striking platinum blonde. See above.)

Lady Blackwell gave birth to twins, one of which Zelda hid away after Lord Blackwell’s wife died in labor. Having delivered the baby, Zelda (Miranda Otto) feared that the infant (a girl) would be in danger, as she was born before her brother, who is being hailed as the Blackwells’ rightful heir.

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As for Aunt Hilda (Lucy Davis)? Well, it looks like her boyfriend might be a demon. But we’ll put a pin in that for now.

After everything calmed down in the neighborhood, Sabrina realized her life would never be the same now that she’d given it over to the Dark Lord, so she dumped her high school sweetie Harvey Kinkle (Ross Lynch) for his own protection.

But the big twist came in the final moments of the finale, which revealed — if you hadn’t already gotten the memo by now — that Miss Wardwell is actually Madam Satan (aka the woman who wants to sit next to the devil on his throne) and she’s hellbent on making sure Sabrina gets her there. Or at least doesn’t get in her way.

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If you were paying attention, you knew this already. But Principal Hawthorne — who had been Wardwell’s captive this entire episode — was pretty freaked. Especially when she pulled off her face to show what lies beneath. Gah.

The season ended with Sabrina fully embracing her wicked side and strolling up to Nicholas Scratch (Gavin Leatherwood), along with Prudence (Tati Gabrielle) and the other Weird Sisters. Goodbye, good witch.

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(Warning: Major spoilers ahead for the finale of Season 1 of Netflix’s “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.”)

Meet the new Sabrina Spellman — and her killer dye job.

The finale for the first season of Netflix’s “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” — titled “The Witching Hour” — did a fantastic job of both tying up multiple loose ends and leaving several wandering threads to be followed in the next installment.

So get out your quill and ink because TheWrap is going to break it down for you.

The beginning of the end came when Sabrina (Kiernan Shipka) was finally forced to (officially) sign her name in the Book of the Beast to help her gain the power she needed to vanquish the spirits of the Thirteen with hellfire and save the town of Greendale. And with a little coaxing from Miss Wardwell (Michelle Gomez), she finally put blood to paper.

(Oh, and that’s when her hair locks turned a striking platinum blonde. See above.)

Lady Blackwell gave birth to twins, one of which Zelda hid away after Lord Blackwell’s wife died in labor. Having delivered the baby, Zelda (Miranda Otto) feared that the infant (a girl) would be in danger, as she was born before her brother, who is being hailed as the Blackwells’ rightful heir.

As for Aunt Hilda (Lucy Davis)? Well, it looks like her boyfriend might be a demon. But we’ll put a pin in that for now.

After everything calmed down in the neighborhood, Sabrina realized her life would never be the same now that she’d given it over to the Dark Lord, so she dumped her high school sweetie Harvey Kinkle (Ross Lynch) for his own protection.

But the big twist came in the final moments of the finale, which revealed — if you hadn’t already gotten the memo by now — that Miss Wardwell is actually Madam Satan (aka the woman who wants to sit next to the devil on his throne) and she’s hellbent on making sure Sabrina gets her there. Or at least doesn’t get in her way.

If you were paying attention, you knew this already. But Principal Hawthorne — who had been Wardwell’s captive this entire episode — was pretty freaked. Especially when she pulled off her face to show what lies beneath. Gah.

The season ended with Sabrina fully embracing her wicked side and strolling up to Nicholas Scratch (Gavin Leatherwood), along with Prudence (Tati Gabrielle) and the other Weird Sisters. Goodbye, good witch.

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‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’: 7 ‘The Exorcist’ References in That Head-Spinning Tribute Episode

(Warning: This post contains spoilers for Episode 106 of “The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.”)

When Netflix compared “The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” to “The Exorcist” in the reboot’s logline, they were not messing around.

“An Exorcism in Greendale” — Episode 6 of the new take on the Archie Comics teen witch — is actually a tribute to the 1973 horror flick, with the 16-year-old Sabrina Spellman (Kiernan Shipka) performing an (unauthorized) exorcism of her own to free a man’s soul.

Of course, if you’ve been eating up every piece of news about this show since before its Friday launch, then you already knew that, as creator Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa teased the “homage” episode in an interview with Entertainment Weekly in August.

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But now that it’s arrived, TheWrap can finally call out all the references to one of the showrunner’s “favorite movies” that pop up in the sixth installment of Season 1.

And, yeah, there are enough to make your head spin.

1. No one is on board with this exorcism

When Sabrina tries to get the ball rolling on an exorcism to free her friend Susie’s uncle Jesse, she doesn’t really have any advocates. That’s not unlike actress Chris MacNeil’s (played by Ellen Burstyn) problem in “The Exorcist,” in which her 12-year-old daughter Regan is possessed by a demon, and she can’t seem to get anyone to agree to an exorcism until the very end. But because of how rarely the practice is actually invoked within the Catholic church, it’s not surprising that Father Merrin and Father Karras don’t wanna mess around unless it’s a last resort — or that Sabrina’s aunts and Father Blackwood don’t want a teen witch playing with that “false” church’s magic.

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2. The demon’s look — and name

A rotting, contorted face on a bed-ridden demon with a foaming mouth? Yeah, Regan and Jesse definitely have that in common. Though the malevolence inside Regan is never named on screen in “The Exorcist,” it is canonically known as Pazuzu. The evil being in “Sabrina” is known as Maereci at first — until we find out that was a little trickier (“Ice cream” spelled backward. Sigh) — and then Apophis. Both Pazuzu and Apophis are references to actual demons in mythology.

3. Potty-mouth

Well, Jesse Putnam certainly gave Linda Blair a run for her money in expletive-laced insults. Though, you know, no F-bombs. So young Regan still wins.

4. Projectile vomiting and head spinning

Literally, how could you do a “The Exorcist” tribute without making sure that someone pukes across the room and heads roll? Right, you couldn’t. Only on “Sabrina,” it’s more a continuous jerking of the demon’s head and unnatural movements rather than a full 360 turn. But we’ll allow it.

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5. Digging for ancient artifacts

Sabrina’s takes a little trip down into the mines — the place where Jesse used to work and supposedly saw something that made him go mad — with Harvey. There she finds a broken tablet that gives her a clue to the demon’s name (and thus how to defeat him). That moment is a clear shoutout to the beginning of “The Exorcist,” as in the opening scene for the horror flick, Father Merrin is on an archeological dig in Iraq and finds an amulet resembling Pazuzu, which sets the whole plot in motion.

6. That slow walk 

One of the most iconic moments from “The Exorcist” is the scene in which the priests roll up to the house late at night, with a bright white light shining from Regan’s bedroom. “Sabrina” doesn’t miss a bit, using a similar shot of Sabrina and her Aunt Hilda and Miss Wardwell (aka Madam Satan) walking toward the Putnams’ house to free Uncle Jesse. (See it pictured above.)

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7. The actual exorcism

Apophis does his worst to mock Sabrina and her team while they try to expel the demon from Susie’s uncle’s body. But she hangs tough, letting the power of the witches who came before her cleanse the man’s soul. Oh, and Aunt Zelda comes in at the last minute to assist, possibly a nod to Father Karras’ return at the end of “The Exorcist” and the reason Regan is ultimately saved.

Now the biggest difference between Sabrina’s exorcism and Father Merrin and Father Karras’ act (other than the fact the teen witch’s was not a Catholic exorcism) is that Regan lived and Jesse died — but that’s only because Madam Satan came to kill the cleansed uncle after Sabrina saved him. (Still unclear on exactly why she did that, by the way.)

Oh, and Sabrina survived enacting the exorcism. Merrin and Karras? Not so much. RIP, padres.

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When Netflix compared “The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” to “The Exorcist” in the reboot’s logline, they were not messing around.

“An Exorcism in Greendale” — Episode 6 of the new take on the Archie Comics teen witch — is actually a tribute to the 1973 horror flick, with the 16-year-old Sabrina Spellman (Kiernan Shipka) performing an (unauthorized) exorcism of her own to free a man’s soul.

Of course, if you’ve been eating up every piece of news about this show since before its Friday launch, then you already knew that, as creator Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa teased the “homage” episode in an interview with Entertainment Weekly in August.

But now that it’s arrived, TheWrap can finally call out all the references to one of the showrunner’s “favorite movies” that pop up in the sixth installment of Season 1.

And, yeah, there are enough to make your head spin.

1. No one is on board with this exorcism

When Sabrina tries to get the ball rolling on an exorcism to free her friend Susie’s uncle Jesse, she doesn’t really have any advocates. That’s not unlike actress Chris MacNeil’s (played by Ellen Burstyn) problem in “The Exorcist,” in which her 12-year-old daughter Regan is possessed by a demon, and she can’t seem to get anyone to agree to an exorcism until the very end. But because of how rarely the practice is actually invoked within the Catholic church, it’s not surprising that Father Merrin and Father Karras don’t wanna mess around unless it’s a last resort — or that Sabrina’s aunts and Father Blackwood don’t want a teen witch playing with that “false” church’s magic.

2. The demon’s look — and name

A rotting, contorted face on a bed-ridden demon with a foaming mouth? Yeah, Regan and Jesse definitely have that in common. Though the malevolence inside Regan is never named on screen in “The Exorcist,” it is canonically known as Pazuzu. The evil being in “Sabrina” is known as Maereci at first — until we find out that was a little trickier (“Ice cream” spelled backward. Sigh) — and then Apophis. Both Pazuzu and Apophis are references to actual demons in mythology.

3. Potty-mouth

Well, Jesse Putnam certainly gave Linda Blair a run for her money in expletive-laced insults. Though, you know, no F-bombs. So young Regan still wins.

4. Projectile vomiting and head spinning

Literally, how could you do a “The Exorcist” tribute without making sure that someone pukes across the room and heads roll? Right, you couldn’t. Only on “Sabrina,” it’s more a continuous jerking of the demon’s head and unnatural movements rather than a full 360 turn. But we’ll allow it.

5. Digging for ancient artifacts

Sabrina’s takes a little trip down into the mines — the place where Jesse used to work and supposedly saw something that made him go mad — with Harvey. There she finds a broken tablet that gives her a clue to the demon’s name (and thus how to defeat him). That moment is a clear shoutout to the beginning of “The Exorcist,” as in the opening scene for the horror flick, Father Merrin is on an archeological dig in Iraq and finds an amulet resembling Pazuzu, which sets the whole plot in motion.

6. That slow walk 

One of the most iconic moments from “The Exorcist” is the scene in which the priests roll up to the house late at night, with a bright white light shining from Regan’s bedroom. “Sabrina” doesn’t miss a bit, using a similar shot of Sabrina and her Aunt Hilda and Miss Wardwell (aka Madam Satan) walking toward the Putnams’ house to free Uncle Jesse. (See it pictured above.)

7. The actual exorcism

Apophis does his worst to mock Sabrina and her team while they try to expel the demon from Susie’s uncle’s body. But she hangs tough, letting the power of the witches who came before her cleanse the man’s soul. Oh, and Aunt Zelda comes in at the last minute to assist, possibly a nod to Father Karras’ return at the end of “The Exorcist” and the reason Regan is ultimately saved.

Now the biggest difference between Sabrina’s exorcism and Father Merrin and Father Karras’ act (other than the fact the teen witch’s was not a Catholic exorcism) is that Regan lived and Jesse died — but that’s only because Madam Satan came to kill the cleansed uncle after Sabrina saved him. (Still unclear on exactly why she did that, by the way.)

Oh, and Sabrina survived enacting the exorcism. Merrin and Karras? Not so much. RIP, padres.

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[Editor’s Note: The following contains spoilers from “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” Season 1, including its finale. For a spoiler-free discussion, read IndieWire’s review.]

In the season finale of “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina,” Kiernan Shipka’s titular character fully embraced her witch half and signed her soul away to the devil, further complicating her already unusual relationship with death. “Without spoiling anything in Season 2, there’s a lot of mourning of her mortality,” said Shipka.

It’s a bittersweet look ahead for the character, who was reimagined by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa from Archie Comics’ “Sabrina the Teenage Witch.” The new incarnation had been touched by death from the start; Sabrina Spellman never knew her parents because they died in an accident when she was an infant. Also, she resides in a house that doubles as a mortuary operated by her witch aunts and cousin.

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“There’s a very mortal poignance that Roberto brings to the death elements of the show and comes at it from a very human perspective,” Shipka said. “It is interesting playing a character that doesn’t really grow up with those kinds of experiences. But at the same time, Sabrina is mourning the loss of her parents from the beginning. That’s a constant in her mind and her everyday life. There’s a loss there that is ever present.”

As the offspring of a mortal and a witch, Sabrina was always destined to forge her own path. Although she initially defied her coven by refusing to sign the Dark Lord’s book when the show began, her resolve crumbled when a hellish scourge threatened to claim the lives of all the firstborns in Greendale, including her friends. As a result, her already potent witch’s powers were amplified and her lifespan extended since witches age more slowly than mortals do.

Kiernan Shipka and Ross Lynch, "Chilling Adventures of Sabrina"

Kiernan Shipka and Ross Lynch, “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina”

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Of course, the downside is that Sabrina must obey Satan’s will, should he choose to call on her. She also sacrifices something else that the other witches and warlocks had not: the mortal half of herself. She no longer feels the urgency that shorter-lived people do, but she’ll also have to attend the Academy of Unseen Arts, leaving her mortal boyfriend Harvey (Ross Lynch) and friends behind.

Sabrina didn’t come to her fateful decision alone. She was spurred on by her teacher Mrs. Wardwell (Michelle Gomez), who revealed her true identity to one hapless mortal in the finale: “I’m the mother of demons, the dawn of doom, Satan’s concubine. I’m Lilith, dear boy, first wife to Adam, saved from despair by a fallen angel. I call myself Madam Satan in his honor.” While grooming Sabrina to choose darkness would eventually earn Madam Satan a crown and throne by the Dark Lord’s side, her actions also have a disruptive, feminist bent. “Women are taught to fear power. Own it,” she tells Sabrina.

Gomez said, “There’s a ‘bring down the patriarchy’ resonance there. And so Madam Satan stands for that female empowerment and to really encourage and push Sabrina to be the most powerful version of herself. What does that mean to the modern woman today with the choices that we have?”

Could agreeing to serve the devil be a stealth way of taking down the patriarchy from within? Madam Satan certainly doesn’t lack for ambition, and Sabrina’s Aunt Zelda (Miranda Otto) also makes a critical, game-changing decision in the finale. Of Sabrina’s two aunts, Zelda had always been a devout member of the Church of Night and even had a good relationship — an affair, actually — with the High Priest, Father Blackwood (Richard Coyle). However, when she serves as midwife to Lady Blackwood, who dies in childbirth, she claims only one twin, a son, survived.

She lied. A daughter had been born first, but Zelda stole her away “to protect the babe… She’s a girl born before her brother, and the High Priest, I fear what he would’ve done to her.”

Miranda Otto, "Chilling Adventures of Sabrina"

Miranda Otto, “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina”

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Otto said, “I think she has her own very private doubts about certain things and the way certain things go. I see her as a bit of a politician. She’s in it for the long haul, she’s playing the long game and she’s fiercely protective of Sabrina. She does really feel that, as a half witch, if she’s not in the coven, then she’s in a very dangerous position.

“So to her, the only position to take is to be within the Church and to do what you can within that. As much as Zelda berates Sabrina and is tough on her, I think she actually really admires her strength and tenacity and rebelliousness. There’s a part of her that sees Sabrina one day heading up the Church in some way.”

Season 2, which is already shooting in Vancouver, sounds like it’s ripe for revolution. Shipka dropped one hint about Sabrina’s plight: “I was in a rehearsal the other day for a scene that’s in the second season. I end up laying down, I see a bunch of people looking over me, and in the rehearsal, I was like, ‘This is a shot from “Rosemary’s Baby.” I know I’m supposed to be passed out right now, but oh my god.’ So it continues.”

Additional reporting by Jamie Rhigetti.

‘Sabrina’: Biggest Differences Between Netflix Series’ Premiere and Comics Issue #1

The “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” is finally here — but how does the Greendale of the comic books stack up against Netflix’s on-screen version?

The show remains pretty truthful to the comics — which makes sense, considering that the writer of the “Sabrina” graphic novels, Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, is also the series’ showrunner — but there are a few notable differences between the Netflix series’ first episode and the first issue of the comics.

See below for the biggest differences.

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Madam Satan

In the first episode of “CAOS,” Miss Wardell, Sabrina’s favorite teacher, finds what appears to be a young girl on the side of the road, and graciously picks her up and takes her home. We find out that this definitely isn’t an innocent runaway, but a servant of the dark lord. She kills Miss Wardell and takes over her body, in order to get closer to Sabrina.

In the comic version, however, things are even darker.

Two cheerleaders from Riverdale (yes, that Riverdale!) are trying to summon Succubus, the demoness of desire, to help them settle a blood rivalry. Instead, they accidentally conjure up a spirit from the capital of hell. She eats a pregnant doe’s unborn calf, and then is blessed by the blood moon and then spends a year at the bottom of a river.

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It’s not until the next issue when we find out that this woman — well, she used to be a woman — was actually Sabrina’s dad’s lover when he met her mortal mom. She was so upset that Edward (who, btw, now lives in a tree) was leaving her, she threw herself into the lion’s cage at the zoo and let herself be ripped apart and eaten by the lions.

She does eventually drag herself out of the river, and long story short, befriends Miss Wardell only to take over her body — similar to the show, though it takes a couple more issues to get there.

“I love you”

In the first episode, Harvey declares his love for Sabrina a few days before her sixteenth birthday, since they won’t be able to celebrate together (you know, cause of her whole Dark Baptism thing). 

Also Read: ‘Sabrina the Teenage Witch’ Cast Offers Words of Encouragement to New Coven: ‘Best Witches!’

In the comics, however, Sabrina and Harvey don’t start out together. During Sabrina’s first day at Greendale High, she sees Harvey for the first time and is smitten right away. She’s determined to get the football player to like her, too, and so she and Ambrose conduct a honey jar spell to make him “sweeten” on her. It works, and they make plans to go to the movies.

And while Ambrose doesn’t help her with a charm to woo Harvey in the first episode, he does help her with a spell to frighten her school principle out of commission for a few days.

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Sabrina’s cousin Ambrose

In the comics, Ambrose is a teenage Warlock who comes to live with the Spellman sisters and Sabrina after removing a fellow student’s hands at boarding school in England. In the show, Ambrose has been living with them for 75 years, under house arrest. He also has twin snake familiars in the comics, but the serpents are absent from the show.

Salem

In the Season 1 premiere, Sabrina spends a good chunk of the episode on the hunt for her Familiar. But in the first issue of the comics, she’s given her Familiar by her Aunts Zelda and Hilda when she’s still a young girl. In the comic books, Salem speaks and has a lot of the snark that viewers loved from Nick Bakay’s Salem in “Sabrina the Teenage Witch.” But in “Chilling,” Sabrina’s familiar only speaks once, when still in goblin form, and only says her name. The comic book Salem was turned into a cat as punishment for trying to enact the Book of Revelation.

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The “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” is finally here — but how does the Greendale of the comic books stack up against Netflix’s on-screen version?

The show remains pretty truthful to the comics — which makes sense, considering that the writer of the “Sabrina” graphic novels, Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, is also the series’ showrunner — but there are a few notable differences between the Netflix series’ first episode and the first issue of the comics.

See below for the biggest differences.

Netflix

Madam Satan

In the first episode of “CAOS,” Miss Wardell, Sabrina’s favorite teacher, finds what appears to be a young girl on the side of the road, and graciously picks her up and takes her home. We find out that this definitely isn’t an innocent runaway, but a servant of the dark lord. She kills Miss Wardell and takes over her body, in order to get closer to Sabrina.

In the comic version, however, things are even darker.

Two cheerleaders from Riverdale (yes, that Riverdale!) are trying to summon Succubus, the demoness of desire, to help them settle a blood rivalry. Instead, they accidentally conjure up a spirit from the capital of hell. She eats a pregnant doe’s unborn calf, and then is blessed by the blood moon and then spends a year at the bottom of a river.

It’s not until the next issue when we find out that this woman — well, she used to be a woman — was actually Sabrina’s dad’s lover when he met her mortal mom. She was so upset that Edward (who, btw, now lives in a tree) was leaving her, she threw herself into the lion’s cage at the zoo and let herself be ripped apart and eaten by the lions.

She does eventually drag herself out of the river, and long story short, befriends Miss Wardell only to take over her body — similar to the show, though it takes a couple more issues to get there.

“I love you”

In the first episode, Harvey declares his love for Sabrina a few days before her sixteenth birthday, since they won’t be able to celebrate together (you know, cause of her whole Dark Baptism thing). 

In the comics, however, Sabrina and Harvey don’t start out together. During Sabrina’s first day at Greendale High, she sees Harvey for the first time and is smitten right away. She’s determined to get the football player to like her, too, and so she and Ambrose conduct a honey jar spell to make him “sweeten” on her. It works, and they make plans to go to the movies.

And while Ambrose doesn’t help her with a charm to woo Harvey in the first episode, he does help her with a spell to frighten her school principle out of commission for a few days.

Netflix

Sabrina’s cousin Ambrose

In the comics, Ambrose is a teenage Warlock who comes to live with the Spellman sisters and Sabrina after removing a fellow student’s hands at boarding school in England. In the show, Ambrose has been living with them for 75 years, under house arrest. He also has twin snake familiars in the comics, but the serpents are absent from the show.

Salem

In the Season 1 premiere, Sabrina spends a good chunk of the episode on the hunt for her Familiar. But in the first issue of the comics, she’s given her Familiar by her Aunts Zelda and Hilda when she’s still a young girl. In the comic books, Salem speaks and has a lot of the snark that viewers loved from Nick Bakay’s Salem in “Sabrina the Teenage Witch.” But in “Chilling,” Sabrina’s familiar only speaks once, when still in goblin form, and only says her name. The comic book Salem was turned into a cat as punishment for trying to enact the Book of Revelation.

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Kiernan Shipka and Ross Lynch Are in Love With Sabrina and Harvey’s Love

Harvey and Sabrina sitting in a tree, K-I-S-S-I-N-G.

Netflix’s “The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” was released at midnight — the witching hour, if you’re into that sort of thing — which means that fans have finally been exposed to the adorable relationship between Kiernan Shipka’s teen witch and her high school sweetheart, Harvey Kinkle (played by Ross Lynch.)

Of course you are about to fall madly in love with their young romance. And you’re in good company, as Shipka and Lynch say they are gaga for Harvey and Sabrina as well.

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“Their relationship is one of my favorite aspects of the show, because it’s so sweet, so beautiful and so pure,” Shipka told Us Weekly in an interview published Thursday. “Their love for each other is really honest. It’s innocent, and it’s just quite beautiful. They really, really adore each other.”

“They’re so in love, it’s electric,” Lynch said, adding that Harvey and Sabrina’s teen status makes the “innocence” of their first love “very apparent.” “I really like how it comes across onscreen. Filming those scenes are so fun.”

But hold on to your broomsticks, Sabrina-Harvey shippers, because it’s rough skies ahead for your new favorite couple.

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“The one thing that kind of kills Sabrina is that she is hiding part of herself from Harvey,” Shipka said. “It comes from a place of good, always trying to protect him and trying to protect herself. But at the same time, she feels that she is hiding a big part of herself from him so we see that unravel throughout the season.”

For more “Sabrina” fun, read TheWrap’s interview with star Tati Gabrielle here.

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Harvey and Sabrina sitting in a tree, K-I-S-S-I-N-G.

Netflix’s “The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” was released at midnight — the witching hour, if you’re into that sort of thing — which means that fans have finally been exposed to the adorable relationship between Kiernan Shipka’s teen witch and her high school sweetheart, Harvey Kinkle (played by Ross Lynch.)

Of course you are about to fall madly in love with their young romance. And you’re in good company, as Shipka and Lynch say they are gaga for Harvey and Sabrina as well.

“Their relationship is one of my favorite aspects of the show, because it’s so sweet, so beautiful and so pure,” Shipka told Us Weekly in an interview published Thursday. “Their love for each other is really honest. It’s innocent, and it’s just quite beautiful. They really, really adore each other.”

“They’re so in love, it’s electric,” Lynch said, adding that Harvey and Sabrina’s teen status makes the “innocence” of their first love “very apparent.” “I really like how it comes across onscreen. Filming those scenes are so fun.”

But hold on to your broomsticks, Sabrina-Harvey shippers, because it’s rough skies ahead for your new favorite couple.

“The one thing that kind of kills Sabrina is that she is hiding part of herself from Harvey,” Shipka said. “It comes from a place of good, always trying to protect him and trying to protect herself. But at the same time, she feels that she is hiding a big part of herself from him so we see that unravel throughout the season.”

For more “Sabrina” fun, read TheWrap’s interview with star Tati Gabrielle here.

“The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” Season 1 is now streaming on Netflix.

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‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ Star Tati Gabrielle Was Just as Scared Filming as You Are Watching

If you’re a little freaked out by what happens in Netflix’s new horror series “The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina,” you’re not alone. Star Tati Gabrielle, who plays Sabrina (Kiernan Shipka)’s nemesis Prudence, says that some of those bewitching scenes were “genuinely terrifying” to shoot.

Gabrielle, although she plays a witch on “Sabrina,” is self-described as being “horrible when it comes to horror things.” Just how horrible? “Like, ‘Jurassic Park’s not even a horror film and I couldn’t even watch it until I was 16 just because I was so terrified,” she told TheWrap ahead of the show’s release on Netflix. 

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Of all the crazy scenes in “Sabrina” (we won’t go into much detail to avoid spoilers), Gabrielle said the craziest to film was a ritual scene with her fellow Weird Sister, Agatha (Adeline Rudolph). “It gave me literal chills,” “The 100” alum said, adding that “a lot of the spells and things that we do are actually real spells that they’ve pulled from, like, the Wiccan faith.”

It was kind of, like, wild to, yeah, be in like a literal ritual with real symbols everywhere and real spells happening,” she said. 

Luckily, however, using real-life spells didn’t cause any real-life problems for the cast and crew.

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We’ve never had like ‘Exorcist’-type incidents or like weird things happening around the set, like thank God,” Gabrielle continued, though she did say that walking through the Spellman house by herself creeped her out. “If I have to cross through one [set] to get to another, and I’m by myself, I will literally, like, run, terrified, like through the set and to the next one.”

Thankfully, Gabrielle worked out a good palette cleanser for those super-scary scenes: “Some of those nights, I would go home and watch ‘Family Guy’ for a bit,” she said. “And just kind of decompress, get back on the lighter side of life. [I’d tell myself] ‘It’s not real, it’s not real, you’re gonna be fine!’” 

So who was the bravest on the spooky set? Fittingly, the series’ titular star.

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Well Kiernan [Shipka] is like, the hardest person to scare,” Gabrielle said. Case in point: In Season 1’s opening scene, Sabrina and Harvey (Ross Lynch) are watching an old horror movie, and Sabrina is laughing and eating popcorn while everyone around her is visibly scared. “That is literally Kiernan.” 

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If you’re a little freaked out by what happens in Netflix’s new horror series “The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina,” you’re not alone. Star Tati Gabrielle, who plays Sabrina (Kiernan Shipka)’s nemesis Prudence, says that some of those bewitching scenes were “genuinely terrifying” to shoot.

Gabrielle, although she plays a witch on “Sabrina,” is self-described as being “horrible when it comes to horror things.” Just how horrible? “Like, ‘Jurassic Park’s not even a horror film and I couldn’t even watch it until I was 16 just because I was so terrified,” she told TheWrap ahead of the show’s release on Netflix. 

Of all the crazy scenes in “Sabrina” (we won’t go into much detail to avoid spoilers), Gabrielle said the craziest to film was a ritual scene with her fellow Weird Sister, Agatha (Adeline Rudolph). “It gave me literal chills,” “The 100” alum said, adding that “a lot of the spells and things that we do are actually real spells that they’ve pulled from, like, the Wiccan faith.”

It was kind of, like, wild to, yeah, be in like a literal ritual with real symbols everywhere and real spells happening,” she said. 

Luckily, however, using real-life spells didn’t cause any real-life problems for the cast and crew.

We’ve never had like ‘Exorcist’-type incidents or like weird things happening around the set, like thank God,” Gabrielle continued, though she did say that walking through the Spellman house by herself creeped her out. “If I have to cross through one [set] to get to another, and I’m by myself, I will literally, like, run, terrified, like through the set and to the next one.”

Thankfully, Gabrielle worked out a good palette cleanser for those super-scary scenes: “Some of those nights, I would go home and watch ‘Family Guy’ for a bit,” she said. “And just kind of decompress, get back on the lighter side of life. [I’d tell myself] ‘It’s not real, it’s not real, you’re gonna be fine!'” 

So who was the bravest on the spooky set? Fittingly, the series’ titular star.

Well Kiernan [Shipka] is like, the hardest person to scare,” Gabrielle said. Case in point: In Season 1’s opening scene, Sabrina and Harvey (Ross Lynch) are watching an old horror movie, and Sabrina is laughing and eating popcorn while everyone around her is visibly scared. “That is literally Kiernan.” 

“Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” Season 1 is now streaming on Netflix. 

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If she had to sum up her titular character in “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina,” star Kiernan Shipka would describe Sabrina Spellman as a “woke witch.” The series, which premieres Oct. 26 on Netflix, is a reimagining of the famous teen witch’s story that has overt feminist themes. On the show, Sabrina is a half-witch half-mortal […]

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“Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” has about a dozen different ideas of what it wants to do and be, but one thing is for certain: the show is, above all, spooky as hell. And yes, I do mean “as hell” literally. The new Netflix series drags its heroine to …

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‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ Star Kiernan Shipka Teases Netflix’s ‘Next Level Dark’ Reboot (Video)

Beware, ’90s kids planning on tuning in to Netflix’s “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.” This story of the half-witch, half-mortal teen is far from the Melissa Joan Hart comedy that ruled the TGIF block when you were young.

The cast and creator behind the streamer’s new take already warned you multiple times, but they are at it once more in a few featurettes released Tuesday, in which Kiernan Shipka promises a truly haunting story about her titular character.

“Everything about the show is so massive but grounded and real,” Shipka said of the Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa-created series, in the video. “There’s something just next level dark about it.”

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See, we told you.

“This show and the ’90s show are vastly different,” Lucy Davis, who plays Sabrina’s Aunt Hilda added. “There’s comedy in it, but it’s dark.”

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Per the series’ previously-released official description, “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” imagines the origin and adventures of Sabrina the Teenage Witch as a dark coming-of-age story that traffics in horror, the occult and, of course, witchcraft. Tonally in the vein of “Rosemary’s Baby” and “The Exorcist,” this adaptation finds Sabrina wrestling to reconcile her dual nature — half-witch, half-mortal — while standing against the evil forces that threaten her, her family and the daylight world humans inhabit.

Watch the video above. (And don’t say we didn’t warn you about a hundred times.)

“Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” lands on Netflix Oct. 26.

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Beware, ’90s kids planning on tuning in to Netflix’s “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.” This story of the half-witch, half-mortal teen is far from the Melissa Joan Hart comedy that ruled the TGIF block when you were young.

The cast and creator behind the streamer’s new take already warned you multiple times, but they are at it once more in a few featurettes released Tuesday, in which Kiernan Shipka promises a truly haunting story about her titular character.

“Everything about the show is so massive but grounded and real,” Shipka said of the Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa-created series, in the video. “There’s something just next level dark about it.”

See, we told you.

“This show and the ’90s show are vastly different,” Lucy Davis, who plays Sabrina’s Aunt Hilda added. “There’s comedy in it, but it’s dark.”

Per the series’ previously-released official description, “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” imagines the origin and adventures of Sabrina the Teenage Witch as a dark coming-of-age story that traffics in horror, the occult and, of course, witchcraft. Tonally in the vein of “Rosemary’s Baby” and “The Exorcist,” this adaptation finds Sabrina wrestling to reconcile her dual nature — half-witch, half-mortal — while standing against the evil forces that threaten her, her family and the daylight world humans inhabit.

Watch the video above. (And don’t say we didn’t warn you about a hundred times.)

“Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” lands on Netflix Oct. 26.

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Why Sabrina Didn’t End up on ‘Riverdale’ — Or on the Big Screen

Fans of the Archie universe will know that the upcoming Netflix series “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” was initially in development on The CW, the network home to showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa’s other show “Riverdale.”

But it turns out that before plans were made to give the teenage witch her own show, the “Riverdale” writers tossed around the idea of bringing the character in as the Season 1 finale reveal, thus switching up the genre to better match the comics. Aguirre-Sacasa writes the “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” and “Afterlife With Archie” comic books.

“During Season 1 of ‘Riverdale’ — before ‘Riverdale’ exploded and found its footing as sort of a noir, crime, pulp show — we had said, ‘Maybe season 2 will be like [the comic] ‘Afterlife With Archie.’ We’ll do a big genre switch and it will be horror, and it will be ‘Afterlife’ and Sabrina could come and be the antagonist,” Aguirre-Sacasa said in an Entertainment Weekly interview on Thursday. “There was even a time when we talked about the Season 1 cliffhanger being the arrival of Sabrina.”

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So why go with a separate series altogether?

“For various reasons, and I think partly because ‘Riverdale’ found its footing as more crime show, that felt less and less like the right fit,”Aguirre-Sacasa said. “It felt like if ‘Riverdale’ is crime and pulp and all that stuff, then ‘Sabrina’ could be horror. It felt like there was a separation between Greendale and Riverdale — magic should exist in Greendale, but not in Riverdale. That was the thought.”

There was even a time when Sabrina almost made it to the big screen — but Aguirre-Sacasa is now grateful that plan didn’t pan out.

“For a long time I was trying to get ‘Sabrina’ done as a low-budget horror movie for Jason Blum [of Blumhouse Productions], and even wrote a screenplay with a friend that strangely, though it’s very different from the show, it did center on her 16th birthday,” Aguirre-Sacasa told EW. “Ultimately, Jason didn’t want to pursue that, and thank goodness because we’re getting to do this as a TV show, which feels right.”

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Fans of the Archie universe will know that the upcoming Netflix series “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” was initially in development on The CW, the network home to showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa’s other show “Riverdale.”

But it turns out that before plans were made to give the teenage witch her own show, the “Riverdale” writers tossed around the idea of bringing the character in as the Season 1 finale reveal, thus switching up the genre to better match the comics. Aguirre-Sacasa writes the “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” and “Afterlife With Archie” comic books.

“During Season 1 of ‘Riverdale’ — before ‘Riverdale’ exploded and found its footing as sort of a noir, crime, pulp show — we had said, ‘Maybe season 2 will be like [the comic] ‘Afterlife With Archie.’ We’ll do a big genre switch and it will be horror, and it will be ‘Afterlife’ and Sabrina could come and be the antagonist,” Aguirre-Sacasa said in an Entertainment Weekly interview on Thursday. “There was even a time when we talked about the Season 1 cliffhanger being the arrival of Sabrina.”

So why go with a separate series altogether?

“For various reasons, and I think partly because ‘Riverdale’ found its footing as more crime show, that felt less and less like the right fit,”Aguirre-Sacasa said. “It felt like if ‘Riverdale’ is crime and pulp and all that stuff, then ‘Sabrina’ could be horror. It felt like there was a separation between Greendale and Riverdale — magic should exist in Greendale, but not in Riverdale. That was the thought.”

There was even a time when Sabrina almost made it to the big screen — but Aguirre-Sacasa is now grateful that plan didn’t pan out.

“For a long time I was trying to get ‘Sabrina’ done as a low-budget horror movie for Jason Blum [of Blumhouse Productions], and even wrote a screenplay with a friend that strangely, though it’s very different from the show, it did center on her 16th birthday,” Aguirre-Sacasa told EW. “Ultimately, Jason didn’t want to pursue that, and thank goodness because we’re getting to do this as a TV show, which feels right.”

“Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” debuts on Netflix on Oct. 26.

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