Chilling Adventures of Sabrina will air this October

Netflix has confirmed the release date for upcoming series Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.

The Riverdale spin-off is set for release on October 26, just in time for the spookiest time of year- Halloween.

The first season of the thrilling show will feature ten episodes.

The spellbinding series will follow the life of young with Sabrina as she grapples with her newly discovered powers.

The dark coming-of-age tale will see Sabrina adapt to life as half-human and half-witch.

The new series will be a lot darker than the original show. It has taken major inspiration from The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina comics rather than the original TV show.

Kiernan Shipka has been confirmed to play Sabrina, with Wonder Woman star Lucy Davis set to star as Aunt Hilda.

Taking on the role as Sabrina’s aunt Zelda is Homeland actress Miranda Otto.

However, the beloved aunts will be extremely different to the Helda and Zelda we know and love.
According to Variety, Zelda Spellman will be a stern and strict aunt to Sabrina. She believes that there is no greater honour than serving the Dark Lord.

Zelda is extremely protective of her young niece being described as the most disciplined member of the family.

Former Disney Channel star Ross Lynch will star as Harvey Kinkle, who has been described as, “the prince charming of this dark fairy tale.”

Netflix has ordered two seasons of the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.

We cannot wait to tune into the spooky series.

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