QUIZ: Which ‘Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina’ character are you?
We can tell you if you’re more of a witch or just a mortal.January 27, 2021
There have been rumors that Sabrina could be heading to HBO Max. Warner Bros. is currently using HBO Max to boost a lot of its content. Because Sabrina is the property of Warner Bros., a move to the streaming service makes sense.
However, nothing has been confirmed, and fans like us feel like they’ve been trampled on and left in the dust. While Part 4 definitely wrapped up the loose ends of the series, we aren’t ready to say goodbye to the Spellmans and co. for good just yet.
To try to forget about our sorrows, we decided to figure out which of the Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina characters you are based on your personality. Maybe this quiz will be good juju for another platform to pick up the show. We can only hope.
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Since the announcement, Netflix has not revealed why the series has been canceled. Some fans hoped that the streaming platform would have a change of heart, but it looks like that’s not happening.
On Oct. 26, the first teaser for Part 4 of Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina was released. In the new video, Netflix confirmed that the episodes are arriving Dec. 31. However, the words “final chapter” appear in the teaser, further confirming that the series is no longer staying with Netflix.
The teaser also reveals that Sabrina Spellman is back to defeat all of the Eldritch terrors. The coven must fight all of the terrifying threats in front of them to reach The End Of All Things (The Void). However, as the witches prepare for the battles ahead, Nick slowly begins to find his way back into Sabrina’s heart after their tumultuous relationship in Part 3.
Although Part 4 might be the end for Sabrina on Netflix, rumors are still swirling that the series could land on a new streaming platform in 2021. Back in July, reports emerged that Sabrina could be heading to HBO Max. Warner Bros. is currently using HBO Max to boost a lot of its content. Because Sabrina is the property of Warner Bros., a move to the streaming service makes sense.