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Netflix: "Chilling Adventures of Sabrina"
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is an American supernatural horror web television series developed by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa for Netflix, based on the Archie comic book series of the same name. The series is produced by Warner Bros. Television, in association with Berlanti Productions and Archie Comics. Originally in development during September 2017 at The CW, the series was intended to be a companion series to Riverdale; however, in December 2017, the project was moved to Netflix with a straight-to-series order, consisting of two seasons.
The first ten episodes were released on October 26, 2018. The series has received positive reviews, with critics praising Shipka's performance, as well as the premise, visuals, and directing. A Christmas special episode was released on December 14, 2018, and the second part of the first season was released on April 5, 2019. In December 2018, Netflix renewed the series for a second season of 16 episodes, which will also be split into two parts.
Sabrina the Teenage Witch Comics
Sabrina Victoria Spellman is the titular character of the Archie Comics series Sabrina the Teenage Witch. Sabrina was created by writer George Gladir and artist Dan DeCarlo, and she first appeared in Archie's Mad House #22 in October 1962.
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is an American comic book series published by Archie Horror, an imprint of Archie Comics, beginning in 2014. The series focuses on Sabrina Spellman during her teenage years in the 1960s, with flashbacks to the 1950s. The series is a darker take on the characters and setting of Sabrina the Teenage Witch. It is written by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, with art by Robert Hack, and is inspired by the appearances of Sabrina in Aguirre-Sacasa's other Archie series, Afterlife with Archie.
Sabrina the Teenage Witch (1996-2003)
In 1996, a live-action TV film called Sabrina the Teenage Witch premiered on Showtime, starring Melissa Joan Hart. This movie led to the live-action television series later that same year on ABC which ran for 7 seasons until 2003.
Sabrina: The Animated Series (1999)
Sabrina: The Animated Series is an American animated children's television series based on the Archie Comics character Sabrina the Teenage Witch. It was produced by Savage Studios Ltd. and Hartbreak Films in association with DIC Productions L.P., which was owned by Disney at the time.
Despite being advertised as a spin-off of the live-action series and borrowing certain elements from it, the cartoon was instead set in the original Archie Comics canon, as it contradicted the live-action show's premise of Sabrina not knowing about magic prior to her sixteenth birthday.
The series ran on ABC (also owned by Disney) and UPN. Following the series, a movie, Sabrina: Friends Forever (2002) and a spin-off series, Sabrina's Secret Life (2003-2004), were produced by DiC, this time without Disney, as they had already sold off DIC by this point.
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina (2018-)
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is an American supernatural horror web television series developed by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa for Netflix, based on the Archie comic book series of the same name. The series is produced by Warner Bros. Television, in association with Berlanti Productions and Archie Comics. Aguirre-Sacasa and Greg Berlanti serve as executive producers, alongside Sarah Schechter, Jon Goldwater, and Lee Toland Krieger.
The series is centered on the Archie Comics character Sabrina Spellman, portrayed by Kiernan Shipka, and also stars Ross Lynch, Lucy Davis, Chance Perdomo, Michelle Gomez, Jaz Sinclair, Tati Gabrielle, Adeline Rudolph, Richard Coyle, and Miranda Otto. Originally in development during September 2017 at The CW, the series was intended to be a companion series to Riverdale; however, in December 2017, the project was moved to Netflix with a straight-to-series order, consisting of two seasons. Filming takes place in Vancouver, British Columbia, where both seasons are shot back-to-back.
The first ten episodes were released on October 26, 2018. The series has received very positive reviews, with critics praising Shipka's performance, as well as the premise, visuals, and directing. A Christmas special episode was released on December 14, 2018, and the second part of the first season is set to be released on April 5, 2019. In December 2018, Netflix renewed the series for a second season of 16 episodes, which will also be split into two parts.
- Kiernan Shipka as Sabrina Spellman: A half-human, half-witch teenager attending Baxter High, who is just beginning her dark education, while trying to maintain a normal life. Mckenna Grace plays a young Sabrina Spellman in flashbacks.
- Ross Lynch as Harvey Kinkle: Sabrina's charming, dreamy boyfriend who is the son of a coal miner and unaware of the dark forces conspiring to keep him and Sabrina apart.
- Lucy Davis as Hilda Spellman: One of Sabrina's two witch aunts, who has a motherly nature and warm sense of humor, and is skilled at brewing potions.
- Chance Perdomo as Ambrose Spellman: Sabrina's pansexual warlock cousin from England, who is her partner in crime, but is forbidden from leaving the Spellman home after being placed under house arrest by the Witches Council for attempting to blow up the Vatican.
- Michelle Gomez as Mary Wardwell / Madam Satan: Sabrina's favorite teacher and mentor at Baxter High, who is killed and then impersonated by Madam Satan, a cunning manipulator.
- Jaz Sinclair as Rosalind "Roz" Walker: The brash, empowered and outspoken daughter of Greendale's minister and Sabrina's best friend.
- Tati Gabrielle as Prudence Night: A student at the Academy of the Unseen Arts, with a personal grudge against Sabrina. She is the leader of a trio of witches, the Weird Sisters.
- Adeline Rudolph as Agatha: A student at the Academy of the Unseen Arts, who is one of the Weird Sisters.
- Richard Coyle as Father Faustus Blackwood: The High Priest of the Church of Night and Dean of the Academy of the Unseen Arts, who gets into conflict with Sabrina.
- Miranda Otto as Zelda Spellman: One of Sabrina's two witch aunts, who is sterner than Hilda and very protective of Sabrina. She is also a member of the Church of Night, devout to the Dark Lord.
"Chilling Adventures of Sabrina"
Season 1 Episodes
(October 26, 2018)
Episode #1: "Chapter One: October Country"
Sabrina Spellman is about to turn 16 — on Halloween no less. She spends her days hanging with her boyfriend Harvey, and best friends Roz and Susie. However, on her 16th birthday she must fully embrace her witch half through a dark baptism, where she will pledge loyalty to the Dark Lord Satan. But Sabrina is torn, as she must choose between her friends and her family. Sabrina spends the days leading up to her birthday finding answers to her questions about the ritual. Meanwhile, Sabrina's mortal teacher Ms. Wardwell is killed and then possessed by Madam Satan, who seeks to bring Sabrina over to the Dark Lord's side. Sabrina must also deal with three sister witches known as the Weird Sisters, who look down on her for being a "half-breed".
#2 "Chapter Two: The Dark Baptism"
Sabrina and her family are visited by Father Blackwood, the High Priest of the Church of Night. Blackwood seeks to reassure Sabrina and answer her questions about her baptism in order to sway her. Meanwhile, Ambrose deals with a corpse for the Spellman funeral home who he believes was a warlock—and possibly killed by a witch hunter. Sabrina's friend, Susie, is being bullied by four football players, causing Sabrina to take matters into her own hands. She teams up with the Weird Sisters to teach the boys a lesson by scaring them, however she is still racked with the choice. Sabrina's birthday arrives, and she decides to spend her last night with her friends at a Halloween party. As midnight approaches, Sabrina heads toward her dark baptism with unease. The ritual is completely different than what Blackwood described and at the last minute Sabrina denies the Dark Lord and flees, she is attacked in the woods but arrives at her house. There, she proclaims her refusal to sign the Book of the Beast, ending the baptism.
#3 "Chapter Three:
The Trial of Sabrina Spellman"
Sabrina must deal with the aftermath of her decision to leave her dark baptism. Sabrina is summoned by the coven and Blackwood, who are suing her for breaking her promise. Zelda and Hilda are also affected and lose their powers during the trial. Sabrina hires a mortal lawyer who specializes in witch law to help her win the trial. Madam Satan does everything in her power to manipulate Sabrina. As the trial continues, Blackwood is adamant that Sabrina must sign her name in the Book of the Beast as her father promised she would days after she was born. However, Hilda provides evidence that Sabrina had received a Catholic baptism prior to her father's agreement, which shocks Blackwood and the council. In the end, they offer Sabrina a deal—to remain in the mortal world while also attending The Academy of the Unseen Arts. Hilda is excommunicated for her role as a witness in Sabrina's Christian baptism. Meanwhile, Ambrose seeks to learn more about the warlock he thinks was killed by witch hunters.
#4 "Chapter Four: Witch Academy"
Sabrina prepares to attend The Academy of Unseen Arts, and plans to find a way to stop Satan. Sabrina is met with contempt by some students and staff, but makes a friend in Nick Scratch. Blackwood tasks Sabrina with solving an arcane puzzle known as the Acheron Configuration, and he agrees she may join conjuring class upon solving the puzzle. The Weird Sisters haze Sabrina with a ritual known as harrowing. Sabrina discovers the history of student deaths due to harrowing, and enlists ghosts to help her against the Weird Sisters. It is revealed that Blackwood is behind their attack. Hilda aids Ambrose in astral projection so he may go on a date with Luke, which almost goes horribly wrong. During this time, Madam Satan arrives and searches the Spellman house for items to aid her in her quest and spy on Sabrina. Meanwhile, Sabrina's friends deal with visions of a monster in the mines. Later, Sabrina discovers her father created the Acheron Configuration. With help from one of his journals given to her by Nick, Sabrina solves the arcane puzzle and unknowingly unleashes a demon.
#5 "Chapter Five: Dreams in a Witch House"
The sleep demon, known as Batibat, places Sabrina, Ambrose, Zelda, and Hilda into a deep sleep where they are tortured in their dream-turned nightmares in order for one of them to release Batibat from the house. Madam Satan roams their dreams in search of Sabrina in order to wake her. When she awakens, she attempts to banish Batibat but fails. Sabrina enlists Salem's help to distract Batibat while she lucid dreams to get help from Hilda and Ambrose. Hilda informs Sabrina that Batibat must be lured into a trap. With the help of Hilda's familiars, the spiders, Sabrina successfully traps Batibat, waking Hilda, Zelda, and Ambrose. After Batibat is placed back into containment, Sabrina visits Madam Satan after realizing she is not mortal.
#6 "Chapter Six: An Exorcism in Greendale"
Madam Satan lies to Sabrina and claims she was her father's secretary when he was a High Priest of the Church of Night, and that he asked her to watch over Sabrina. Susie, Roz, and Harvey all experience frightening apparitions of Susie's Uncle Jesse and they confide in Sabrina. Sabrina astral projects to Uncle Jesse's room and discovers he is possessed by a parasitic demon, which she later identifies as Apophis. Sabrina, with the help of Madam Satan and her aunts, successfully performs an exorcism that expels Apophis from Uncle Jesse. The next day Uncle Jesse dies after suffering a heart attack. However, it is later shown that Madam Satan was responsible, and she thanks Jesse for playing his part in the Dark Lord's plan.
#7 "Chapter Seven: Feast of Feasts"
The Spellmans are selected to host the annual Feast of Feasts and Zelda volunteers to represent their family in the lottery for Queen of the Feast, who is sacrificed and eaten at the feast. During the selection, Sabrina replaces Zelda, and becomes handmaiden to Prudence who is selected as Queen. Sabrina spends the week trying to convince Prudence to reject her selection, and brings her to Baxter High, where she claims Harvey's family are witch hunters. As a precaution, Sabrina casts a protection spell on Harvey. Later, Sabrina discovers that Lady Blackwood was responsible for selecting Prudence as Queen, as Father Blackwood is her biological father. At the feast, Father Blackwood announces that Prudence cannot fulfill her duties as Queen, but before he can cancel the feast, Mildred sacrifices herself and is declared Queen of Feasts. The next day, Agatha and Dorcas perform a ritual to kill Harvey and his brother in the mines.
#8 "Chapter Eight: The Burial"
Harvey survives the mine collapse thanks to Sabrina's protection spell, however his brother is killed along with four other humans. During Tommy's funeral, Harvey and his father have an argument which gets physical and Tommy's casket falls over. Roz picks up Tommy's helmet and has a vision of Dorcas and Agatha in the mines crushing puppets of Harvey and Tommy with rocks. Roz confides in Sabrina about the vision, called the cunning by her Nana Ruth, after her family was cursed for crossing a witch generations ago. Sabrina tells Prudence, and they, along with Nick and Dorcas, assist in resurrecting Tommy and replacing his soul with Agatha's. However, they use the Cain Pit in the cemetery at the Spellman Sister's Mortuary to bring her back to life. Meanwhile, Father Blackwood consults with Ambrose about his house arrest, and informs him the deal of immunity still stands if he names his co-conspirators in the plot to blow up the Vatican but Ambrose refuses. While Harvey and his father are having dinner, Tommy returns home.
#9 "Chapter Nine: The Returned Man"
Father Blackwood allows Ambrose to attend the academy despite his sentence, and he obtains his own familiar, a mouse called Leviathian. Agatha becomes sick and begins coughing up dirt. Hilda advises Ambrose that Agatha was never meant to be brought back to life. Roz has another vision, of dogs tearing Tommy apart. Sabrina discovers that Tommy's soul is in limbo. Harvey worries for his brother as he is not what he was before the mine collapse. Sabrina travels to mortal limbo with the help of Madam Satan where she briefly encounters her mother's soul before finding Tommy. However, she is unsuccessful at bringing him back as he is eaten by the Soul-eater. Meanwhile, Susie has been communicating in secret with their ancestor, Dorothea, who asks if the Spellmans are still witches. Later, Sabrina finally tells Harvey that she is a witch and that she needs to kill Tommy, but Harvey chooses to do it and ends his relationship with Sabrina.
#10 "Chapter Ten: The Witching Hour"
Roz and Susie confront Sabrina about being a witch and she tells them everything. Madam Satan sacrifices a student at the Hanging Tree to conjure the Greendale Thirteen, witches sacrificed by the coven and hung by mortals centuries earlier. The Thirteen summon the Red Angel of Death and send Ambrose to warn everyone. Father Blackwood orders all witches to the Academy for their safety. To protect the mortals, the Spellmans conjure a tornado for them to congregate in the storm shelter at Baxter High. The Spellmans cast a protection spell on Baxter High, but Ambrose and Zelda are summoned to the Academy. Madam Satan takes Sabrina to the woods and convinces her to sign the Book of the Beast to gain the power to defeat them. Sabrina unleashes Hellfire on the Hanging Tree and the Thirteen, burning their souls and banishing the Red Angel of Death. During the events, Lady Blackwood dies while giving birth. Zelda lies to Father Blackwood, claiming the larger twin consumed the other when in reality the first born twin was a girl, which Zelda keeps for herself. Later, Madam Satan reveals her plan of becoming the Dark Lord's Queen to Hawthorne, before killing him and her familiar.
#11 "Chapter Eleven: A Midwinter's Tale"
In the week leading up to Christmas, the Spellman family prepares to celebrate the Winter Solstice, lighting a Yule log to prevent spirits from entering their home. Zelda continues to take care of Lady Blackwood's daughter, Leticia. Sabrina has distanced herself from Harvey and her friends, and plans a séance to contact her mother. She asks Madam Satan to lend her a copy of the Book of the Dead, but Madame Satan plots to sabotage the ritual. Susie, working as an elf in a mall, is kidnapped after learning that the mall Santa, "Mr. Bartell", has been trapping the souls of children in wax sculptures. The Spellmans discover that a group of ghosts known as the Yule Lads are haunting their household, and they are forced to call on the children's mother, Gryla, to get rid of them. Gryla hears Leticia in the basement and demands that the Spellmans hand her over. Sabrina and her mother's spirit trick Gryla into taking Ambrose's teddy bear instead. Roz tells everyone about Susie's kidnapping, and the Spellmans call Gryla back to fight Bartell, revealed to be a demon, and rescue Susie. Zelda decides to let Leticia live with another outcast witch from the woods, believing that the Spellman house was no longer safe for her. The Spellmans, along with Luke, spend Christmas Eve at home while Ambrose reads A Christmas Carol by the fire.
"Chilling Adventures of Sabrina"
Season 1 Part 2 (April 5, 2019)
#12: "Chapter Twelve: The Epiphany"
Deciding to commit herself fully to the Academy of Unseen Arts, Sabrina takes leave from Baxter High. Despite Father Blackwood's misogynistic opposition, Sabrina and Nick compete for the title of Top Boy, undergoing three arduous challenges. Sabrina is attacked by the three Plague Kings Asmodeus, Purson, and Beelzebub. Meanwhile, Ms. Wardwell becomes Principal of Baxter High. Susie tries out for the all-male Baxter basketball team, facing fierce opposition due to her gender dysphoria. At the urging of Hilda, Sabrina visits her mortal friends and uses magic to help Susie win the try-out match. Susie decides to identify by her birth identity Theo. During the conjuring challenge, Sabrina and Nick use the competition to reveal the demons attacking Sabrina. Taking offense, Father Blackwood appoints Ambrose Top Boy. Zelda asks Father Blackwood if he will make their relationship official, and when he says no, says that she will discontinue their affair until he does. Roz develops feelings for Harvey. Lilith summons the Dark Lord, demanding to know Sabrina's role in his plans.
#13 "Chapter Thirteen: Nighthawks"
After learning that the Dark Lord intends to make Sabrina his herald, Lilith strikes a wager with him to determine the true nature of Sabrina's soul. The Dark Lord commands a reluctant Sabrina to steal a pack of chewing gum. Sabrina tries to resist the Dark Lord's command while preparing for her role in the Academy's upcoming play,The Passion of Lucifer Morningstar, and attending classes at Baxter High. Father Blackwood appoints Aunt Zelda as the director and elocution coach for the play, angering Sister Shirley. Back at Baxter High, Theo is bullied by the jocks particularly Billy Marlin due to his gender dysphoria. Sabrina gives Theo a rope charm, which causes Billy to break his leg during an accident. The Dark Lord punishes Sabrina's defiance by marking her with a witches' mark and making her friend Roz and familiar Salem ill. Unwilling to see any harm come to Harvey, Sabrina follows the Dark Lord's orders to burn Baxter High. Before she can carry it out, the Dark Lord stops her, praising her devotion. After Dorcas succumbs to chicken pox, Sabrina gains the starring role as Lilith in the Academy's passion play. Later, the Dark Lord reminds Lilith that he always wins and resurrects her familiar Stolas as a consolation prize.
#14 "Chapter Fourteen: Lupercalia"
Sabrina and Nick Scratch take part in the annual Lupercalia holiday, the witches' version of Valentine's Day. Meanwhile, Harvey invites Roz for a date at Baxter High's annual Sweetheart Dance. Theo's father reluctantly accepts his child's new transgender male identity. Lilith's plans to harm Sabrina's friends are derailed when Mary Wardwell's fiancee Adam Masters returns home. Father Blackwood makes a marriage proposal to Aunt Zelda. Hilda learns that her employer Dr Cerberus and lover suffers from an incubus. At the Sweetheart Dance, Billy, who has suffered a broken leg, apologizes to Theo, who accepts his apology. Sabrina and Nick's budding relationship is complicated by the presence of Nick's werewolf familiar Amalia, who is jealous of Sabrina. Sabrina tries to reassure Amalia that she is no threat but is forced to kill the werewolf when it attacks Nick. Roz becomes blind as a result of her high myopia.
#15 "Chapter Fifteen:
Doctor Cerberus's House of Horror"
During a rainstorm, the fortune teller Mrs McGarvey visits Dr. Cerberus's bookstore where Aunt Hilda is working. She uses tarot cards to read the future for several characters including Sabrina, Theo Putnam, Roz Walker, Zelda, Harvey Kinkle, and Ambrose Spellman. Sabrina experiences a vision telling her that she can trust Nick Scratch but to keep him away from the Weird Sisters. Theo undergoes a vision where a botched spell turns his flesh into wood. Roz experiences a vision where she receives her sight back at the expense of another girl, leading her to decline her Reverend father's offer to get his congregation to pay for her treatment. Zelda is warned to keep Leticia's whereabouts a secret from Father Blackwood. Harvey learns that his true calling as an artist is in Greendale. Ambrose learns that Father Blackwood has malicious intentions towards his female relatives. Following the visions, Sabrina and Nick reaffirm their relationship while Ambrose learns that his lover Luke has perished. Father Ambrose invites him to take Luke's place in the Judas Society. Mrs McGarvey is later revealed to be Lilith, who is seeking to supplant the Dark Lord.
#16 "Chapter Sixteen: Blackwood"
The Spellmans and Blackwoods prepare for the marriage between Zelda and Father Blackwood, which is being officiated by the Anti-Pope himself. Both Sabrina and Prudence oppose the impending union due to the mutual hostility between the two families. Zelda convinces Blackwood to lift the excommunication on Hilda but initially fails to convince him to allow Prudence to carry the Blackwood family name. Lilith exploits Sabrina's opposition to the wedding by impersonating her father Edward's ghost and claiming that Blackwood staged the plane crash that kill her parents in order to prevent him from presenting his reformist manifesto to the Anti-Pope. Meanwhile, Father Blackwood presents his misogynistic "Five Facets of Judas" to the Judas Society, confirming Ambrose's suspicions about Blackwood. Nick helps Sabrina retrieve the manifesto from the wrecked plane. Lady Blackwood haunts Zelda but Hilda manages to talk with her and eliminates the jealous Sister Jackson. After Sabrina presents her father's manifesto to the Anti-Pope, Father Blackwood frames Ambrose for murdering the Anti-Pope, forcing him into hiding. Needing the support of his family, Father Blackwood allows Prudence to carry his family name. Sabrina and Nick attempt to disrupt the wedding by posing as the ghosts of Diana and Edward. However, Blackwood sees through their glamours and exposes them. Ambrose attempts to assassinate Blackwood but is captured and imprisoned by Prudence and the other Judas Society boys. As punishment, Father Blackwood expels Sabrina and Nick from the Academy. Blackwood and Zelda depart with the Anti-Pope's remains to the Vatican and a honeymoon.
#17 "Chapter Seventeen: The Missionaries"
#18 "Chapter Eighteen:
The Miracles of Sabrina Spellman"
#19 "Chapter Nineteen: The Mandrake"
#20 "Chapter Twenty: The Mephisto Waltz"
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