Looks Like Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Will Be Back This Spring

Sabrina and her aunts.
Sabrina and her aunts.
Image: Netflix

Hail magic Satan! Looks like we know when Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is coming back, and it’s a lot sooner than expected.

Last night, attentive Reddit users noticed that a promo for the second season of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina appeared on Netflix in some regions, offering a brief teaser of the new episodes along with a date for their premiere. It seems like the promo was up for a few hours, though it may have been a mistake, considering that it has since been taken down and hasn’t yet shown up on Netflix’s promotional channels.

The magic cat is pretty much out of the bag, though, with the promo appearing on YouTube via TV Promos and that date now in the open. Chilling Adventures of Sabrina will return for part 2 on April 5, 2019. And if you’re hankering for that teaser—featuring Sabrina decked out in all black, plus intrigue, magic, and, of course, Salem—check it out below. Will sub it out for the official version if and when one becomes available.

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Before Season 2 airs, the holiday special will show up on December 14th.

UPDATE 12/1 2:29pm: And here’s the official version.


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I’m honestly surprised that io9 has decided to like this show.

After the first episode, I was appalled at how they had used “Wicca,” a real world religion that people actually follow, as their cutesy little pun name for their club. Can you imagine the outrage if my high school drama show used “ISLAM” or “JUDIASM” as the acronym for their club? Yeah, not cool.

Then the supposedly sex-positive witches started constantly slut-shaming others and each other, and I decided to jump ship entirely.

Not to mention the fact that the show is... weirdly out of focus some times? At first I thought it was an artsy way to show magic, but then it just kind of happens sometimes, so I have to think it’s just bad cinematography.