Review: ‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Part 3’


Break out your spells and potions because “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” is officially back with more episodes. The long-awaited third season of the witchy show hit Netflix on Jan. 24.

The comic-based show, for those who don’t know, stars Kiernan Shipka as Sabrina Spellman, a teenage half-witch who is navigating the pitfalls of her human life (along with the challenges of her more… satanic one).

Previous seasons dealt with Sabrina struggling to balance her identities as both a mortal and a witch and shaking up the status quo, going as far as to challenge the dark lord himself.

With this season comes a new storyline. Sabrina has come into her new identity as, not just a witch, but the daughter of the devil himself, and now she’s ready to take the world by storm… in a cheerleading uniform.

However, the show does pick up where things left off with Sabrina being on a quest to save her boyfriend, Nicholas Scratch, played by Gavin Leatherwood, from literal hell. Quickly, other problems and interests arise such as Sabrina’s quest for hell’s throne, their coven’s ever-weakening powers, a magical time egg that Blackwood is obsessed with and of course, the friendly neighborhood pagans that just moved to town.

Photo//Netflix/Diyah Pera

New enemies call for new characters. This season presents quite a few such as Caliban (Sam Corlett), Sabrina’s rival for royalty, and Mambo Marie (Skye Marshall), a New Orleans witch who teaches the coven a thing or two about voodoo magic.

Between the “Nabrina” drama and Sabrina quite literally saving the world, odds are your eyes will be glued to the T.V. If you’re looking for a new suspense-filled show to binge (after all, spring break is less than a month away), look no further than the queen of hell herself.

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Jessica Atanasovski
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