If you're anything like us, you grew up watching Sabrina Spellman in Sabrina the Teenage Witch navigating the murky waters of teenhood coupled with the pressures of casually being a half-witch.
We watched in awe as she juggled high school drama with trips to the other realm, and struggled to decide which aunt was our favourite, Hilda or Zelda?
From her evil twin to that 'Harvey digs Sabrina' episode, there were plenty of iconic moments in Westbridge.
Mush to the delight of 90s and 00s kids, Netflix intends to bring back the legendary characters, but with a twist.
The currently untitled series ,based on the Archie comic The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina has been snapped up by the streaming service for an initial two seasons, according to Deadline.
Riverdale writer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and director Lee Toland Krieger are set to work on the pilot.
The show is set to be a departure from the bright and bubbly Sabrina show of our childhood.
It's going to be a darker, edgier drama which sees Sabrina struggling against the forces of evil, all while maintaining a normal half-mortal life.
No word yet on whether Salme the talking cat will make a comeback, but we don't think it would be the same without him.