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“Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” Series Review

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“Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” Series Review

Ilona Soltys, Editor

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Ever since I could remember, I grew up watching reruns of the infamous show “Sabrina The Teenage Witch.” The show centers around a teenage girl named Sabrina who belongs to a long bloodline of witches and as she weaves through young adulthood, she comes to terms with her powers and learns how to use them. This past October, Netflix released and original series that is something like a spin-off of Sabrina the Teenage Witch but, with a darker twist, called “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.” This series still follows teenager Sabrina Spellman in her conquest to balance her powers and mortal life but it focuses more on the Antichrist, “all hail Satan!” aspect of witchery.

With Sabrina being half witch on her father’s side and half moral on her mother’s, the main focus of the show is her internal conflict with whether she take her dark baptism to become a full witch and begin school at The Academy of Unseen Arts or to stay half mortal and be shunned by her coven. Joining the academy would mean leaving her mortal friends and boyfriend, Harvey, all behind and Sabrina feels conflicted on whether she could disappear from  such a big chunk of her life. She also tries to use her powers for good to help people in her everyday life but struggles when she realizes she has a dark, demonic force trying to pull her in.

In the end, the show is completely different from the humor filled and witty episodes of the original series but definitely a thrilling nail-bitter that I would  recommend, though not necessarily for those faint of heart. It was the perfect series to watch as the leaves outside began to change from green to the Autumnal shades of red and orange and Halloween approached. If the idea of paranormal forces and Hell scare you, this show isn’t for you but otherwise, it’s completely binge worthy. 5 out of 5 stars, kudos to you Netflix!

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