Based on the comics of the same name and set in precisely the same world as fellow teenager drama Riverdale, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is quite the watch.
Starring Mad Men’s Kiernan Shipka since the titular witch, the shadowy reboot of this chirpy’90s sitcom has finished its third season (or Part 3, since it is formally called Netflix). But will the witches of Greendale return to raise Hell to get a time?
Will there be a Chilling Adventures of Sabrina season 4?
It’s not necessary to pray into the Lord has been verified. Netflix ordered 16 episodes back in December 2018. These are split into Parts 3, and 4, together with Part 3 arrived on Netflix in January 2020 — we’d place money on year four coming in 2020 that was late, but with Covid-19 delaying filming we may need to reevaluate that suspect.
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Season 4 Release Date:
There’s not any release date for Your Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Part yet. Part 3 struck Netflix in January 2020, so it could be a while before the year is printed on the streamer.
In case the release pattern is anything like using the first two batches (Part 1 was released in October 2018, with Part 2 following in April 2019), we might expect Part 4 to property towards the end of 2020. Production for Part 4 is currently underway, with filming expected to wrap up in February 2020.
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Season 4 Cast:
Rounding out the Spellman clan headed by Kiernan Shipka’s Sabrina are Miranda Otto (Lord of the Rings) as Aunt Zelda, Lucy Davis (The Office) as Aunt Hilda and Chance Perdomo as cousin Ambrose.
Sabrina’s deadly friends are played Ross Lynch (Harvey Kinkle), Jaz Sinclair (Rosalind Walker), and Lachlan Watson (Theo Putnam). Watson and Gavin Leatherwood, who plays Sabrina’s warlock boyfriend Nick Scratch, were upped to reveal regulars for Part 3, and they are expected to play significant roles.
Also likely to return could be Michelle Gomez (Mary Wardwell/Lilith/Madam Satan), Tati Gabrielle (Prudence Blackwood), and Richard Coyle (Father Blackwood).
Is there a trailer?
Not yet, but you can rewatch the audio-video in the meantime.