As the fans of “Sabrina’s Chilling Adventures” come to know, combining witch’s life with human adolescence is dark and confusing and becomes very disturbing to Sabrina Spellman. Such an experience is responsible and regularly takes a decision that, as Ambrose Spellman tells his cousin Sabrina, has significant consequences and is typically a global change.
The half-mortal half-witch does her best to manage these dark and witchy waters and has done an excellent job with what is offered to her credit. This new story has come a long way since the grim baptism of Sabrina at the beginning of season 1. After all, now she is the Hell’s Queen, and season 3 ends with two Sabrinas.
One lives in Hell as the queen and the other lives on Earth and lives with her best relatives, two aunts and cousin Ambrose, full of love, happiness, and malice. This is before something goes wrong with Sabrina’s development of the time paradox — and this is probably because the series is filled with the confusion created by Sabrina.
There is still no planned release date for season 4. Season 3 hit Netflix on January 24, 2020, so it could be a while before the fourth installment is released.
If the release trend for the first two batches is something like it, then season 4 can be expected to arrive at the end of 2020. Season production is underway, and shooting is scheduled to finish in February 2020.
The cast of season 4 will include:
- Kiernan Shipka as Sabrina
- Lucy Davis as Hilda
- Miranda Otto as Sabrina’s Witchy aunt Zelda
- Probability Perdomo as Warlock cousin Ambrose
- Lachlan Watson as Theo Putnam
- Ross Lynch as Harvey Kinkle
- Jaz Sinclair as Rosalind Walker
- Tati Gabrielle as Prudence
- Gavin Leatherwood as Nick Scratch
- Richard Coyle as Father Blackwood
Season 3 showed Sabrina heading to the pit of Hell to save her husband, whose body contained the Dark Lord, namely the dreary true Father of Sabrina. The series broadened the mythology of the show and exposed viewers to a whole new (under)world.
Because Sabrina was Sabrina, she could not just let unchallenged injustices happen in Hell but promised to bring the new rule into the kingdom of Satan. The show took one leaf from the Avengers: Endgame playbook and messed with the various schedules of the past, resulting in two co-existing Sabrinas–one which governs Hell, and one which returns to Greendale.