With less than two weeks left until ‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ becomes available, Netflix has released a new behind the scenes featurette which includes never-before-seen footage from the show, as well as commentary from cast members Kiernan Shipka, who plays Sabrina Spellman herself; Richard Coyle who plays heavy Father Blackwood; Lucy Davis and Miranda Otto, who appear as Sabrina’s aunts Hilda and Zelda; Michelle Gomez, Sabrina’s human favorite high school teacher; Mary Wardell, who is seen embracing her dark fate to become Madam Satan; Ross Lynch, as Sabrina’s beau Harvey Kinkle; and Jaz Sinclair, who portrays Sabrina’s human BFF, Rosalind Walker. But perhaps the most glowing comment comes from Chance Perdomo, a relative acting newcomer, who portrays Sabrina’s warlock cousin Ambrose, a necromancer who is under house arrest at the Spellman Mortuary. While all of the cast members had wonderful things to say about ‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’, Perdomo declares:
“This show has changed the face of television. It’s a beautiful experience all around.”
Hefty praise indeed! Can the show live up to this announcement? Check out the new video and decide for yourself:
The series also includes Tati Gabrielle as Prudence, the leader of the Mean Girls called The Weird Sisters, which also include Abigail F. Cowen as Dorcas and Adeline Rudolph as Agatha; Bronson Pinchot as George Hawthorne, the human principal of Baxter High School, where Sabrina and her human pals attend class; Lachlan Watson as Susie Putnam, another human friend of Sabrina’s; and Gavin Leatherwood, as warlock Nicholas Scratch.
The series was created by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, who also created ‘Riverdale’ for The CW and serves as executive producer and showrunner of both shows. Greg Berlanti, Jon Goldwater, Lee Toland Krieger, and Sarah Schechter also serve as executive producers.
The first season of ‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ consists of 10 episodes, all of which will be available to stream on Netflix on Friday, October 26. Netflix pre-ordered two seasons, with the second most likely arrive around the same time next year.