Sabrina the Teenage Witch is Back!?

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Picture Source: Archie Comics/Chilling Adventures of Sabrina (Robert Hack)

Guys. Guys. GUYS.

In my Riverdale articles (check ’em here — SHAMELESS PLUG) I’ve been begging for Sabrina the Teenage Witch since day one. Well, it looks like the Powers That Be (praise be to our The CW gods) have finally heeded our prayers, because that’s exactly what’s happening!

Something wicked this way comes in the 2018-2019 television season, because not only is Sabrina showing up on our screens — she’s getting her own TV series! What could top that? Well, this isn’t just a traditional reboot of her classic series (sorry, Melissa Joan Hart!)… this will be a gloomy horror show based on her new (and wildly successful, because they rock) Archie Horror comics series: The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. WHAT?! Not only will this show have the same showrunner and crew as Riv, the series will act as a companion show to it!

Will Sabrina make her debut on Riverdale Season Two before spinning off? Will MJH get to play one of her aunts? Will we finally get our dream casting of Dove Cameron as Sabrina? WHO WILL VOICE SALEM?

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Picture Source: Disney Channel/GIPHY

Stay tuned to The Game of Nerds for all the answers to these questions as they come, and keep an eye on The CW for Riverdale‘s upcoming second season, less than two weeks away! What have we done to deserve such awesomeness?

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Picture Source: Viacom Productions (Sabrina the Teenage Witch)/Rebloggy
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Author: Jordan

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