1h 0m | Fantasy, Drama, Horror
As Sabrina's (Kiernan Shipka) 16th birthday approaches, Sabrina, whose father was a warlock, but whose mother was a mortal, is forced by her aunts to choose whether she wants to be a full witch or a full mortal, with none of the powers she's enjoyed to date.
Sabrina has a difficult time deciding if she wants to become a full witch, as it would mean giving herself over to Satan, going to a different school and never seeing her friends again, and worst of all, giving up her sweet and wonderful boyfriend, Harvey (Ross Lynch). As her birthday approaches, Sabrina struggles to come to a decision.
In season two, Sabrina is now a full-time student at the Academy of Unseen Arts and Ms. Wardwell is Baxter High’s principal. Sabrina competes in the top boy competition and goes face to face with Nicholas Scratch (Gavin Leatherwood), while the town of Greendale faces the Dark Lord's prophecy.
In season three, the Church of Night and the satanic world has been affected by the events in the season 2 finale. The Spellmans step in to help rebuild the church. After being set up by Father Blackwood for the murder of the Anti-Pope, Ambrose Spellman teams up with Prudence Blackwood to hunt him down. The demon Caliban and Sabrina are sent on a task as they compete against each other. Sabrina realizes she has to make a choice between having immense power and a normal life with her friends and family.
In season four, Father Blackwood calls upon The Eldritch Terrors to descend upon Greendale and destroy everyone in it. The Eldritch Terrors are a collection of eight deadly terrors, including The Darkness, The Void, and other elements of destruction. Sabrina, Aunt Hilda, Aunt Zelda and Ambrose along with the Fright Club join forces to fight each terror as it comes to town.
|Director:||Craig William Macneill, Lee Toland Krieger, Maggie Kiley, Rob Seidenglanz|
|Producer(s):||Craig Forrest, Matthew Barry|
|Cast:||Kiernan Shipka, Miranda Otto, Lucy Davis, Richard Coyle, Michelle Gomez, Ross Lynch, Bronson Pinchot, Jaz Sinclair, Darren Mann|