Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: Netflix announce date of return
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is a popular supernatural series on Netflix which follows the title character (played by Kiernan Shipka) as she finds herself stuck in the middle of two worlds. The young witch has had to balance turbulent relationships along with the forces of evil, and the series ended with an emotional finale. Fans are wondering whether Sabrina is really dead after she sacrificed herself in the final season.
Is Sabrina really dead in Chilling Adventures of Sabrina?
The series made its debut on Netflix in 2018 and it went down a hit with fans, with Shipka receiving plenty of positive reviews for her portrayal of Sabrina Spellman.
In December 2018 the series was renewed for a second season, which was to be split into two parts.
Sadly, in July 2020, Netflix announced the series had been cancelled, and the creators had to prepare for the characters storylines to wrap up.
Fans witnessed a heartbreaking ending for both Sabrinas – Sabrina Morningstar who ruled Hell, and the Sabrina back on Earth.
Her counterpart in Hell was killed by the Void, and Sabrina Spellman was overcome with grief as the terror threatened her closest friends.
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Sabrina made the decision to enter the Void in a bid to trap it within Pandora’s Box for the rest of time.
When she returned, she was not the same and was unable to control the elements of the Void within her.
In order to stop the Void once and for all, Sabrina came to the realisation she would need to be sacrificed for the greater good.
While Sabrina and her friends were attempting to stop the Void, an omen of death appeared, signalling the imminent end to Sabrina’s life.
Fans were shocked to see Sabrina die following the defeat of the Void, and she remained dead until the end of the series.
The creators of the show have suggested her story will continue in the form of comic books, so she will live on one way or another.
Sadly, the TV version of Sabrina will not be coming back to life any time soon, as she really did die once and for all.
Shipka told The Wrap of how she went into the fourth instalment knowing it would be her last.
She said: “I’m so happy that we shot it with it being a true series finale in mind. I definitely think that there is sort of an alternate editing version if we kept going.
“But to actually have true closure and have that be the final shot was really … I think that was known, at least from my perspective.
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“I was like, ‘Yeah, this is the last shot.’ And I’m happy we wrapped it up the way we did.”
She did say she would jump at the chance to revisit the character in some form or another, so there may be hope of Shipka returning to screens one day.
In the meantime, she said she was glad the final instalment left viewers with a clear message that the story had come to an end.
Fans have taken to Twitter to discuss Sabrina’s final moments, with one saying: “Thinking about when Nick came back all excited bc they won, coming back wanting to tell it to Sabrina.. but instead he saw her dead body. His joy in that moment twisted to absolute pain.”
Another fan said: “I am not looking forward to that brief moment in the morning when I wake and forget Chilling Adventures is over and Sabrina is dead and then it hits me all over again.”
Viewers were also left distraught after Sabrina’s love interest, Nick (Gavin Leatherwood), took his own life to be with Sabrina.
Overcome with sadness following her death, he drowned in the Sea of Sorrows so he could be reunited with her in another life.
He told her he would ‘see her on the other side’, and the emotional moment brought a tear to the eyes of many fans.
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina airs on Netflix
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