Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina new trailer
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Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina hit Netflix last month, but we’re already looking forward to more episodes.

Luckily, Season 2 is already confirmed and Netflix will also be delivering a holiday special in December.

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Titled Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina: A Midwinter’s Tale, the one-episode special hits Netflix Dec. 14. We already had the following description:

“The Church of Night, like all covens, celebrates the Winter Solstice—the longest night of the year—when families gather around the Yule Fire to sing pagan carols and tell ghost stories. But the holidays are also a time for guests and visitors—both welcome and unwelcome — you never know what might come down the chimney…”

Now, Entertainment Weekly is sharing more details about it.

“During our holiday special, we’ll get to see what Sabrina was like as a precocious tot,” a statement Netflix shared with EW explains. “And while The Church of Night celebrates the Solstice, that doesn’t stop Li’l Sabrina from asking Santa for something special.”

Plus, we’re getting more information about Season 2. Sabrina will add two recurring guest stars on the upcoming series:  Adam Masters (Alexis Denisof), Mary Wardwell’s boyfriend, and Dorian Grey (Jedidiah Goodacre).

Masters is “handsome and charming.” On the show, the character “returns to Greendale after a stint overseas working with Physicians Without Frontiers—unaware that his fiancé has been taken over by the demoness Madam Satan.”

The enigmatic Grey is the owner of a nightclub, Dorian’s Gray Room. His description says he’s “very good at keeping secrets, especially his own — a cursed portrait he hides from prying eyes.”

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina vs The Satanic Temple

The Satanic Temple threatened legal action in late October, claiming the show uses a copyrighted design of their Baphomet figure.

On Oct. 29, co-founder and spokesperson Lucien Greaves tweeted that the group would take legal action against Netflix. He said the streaming service was “appropriating our copyrighted monument design to promote their asinine Satanic Panic fiction.”

Soon after, the Satanic Temple officially filed suit for supposedly appropriating and stealing the design of their Baphomet statue. The Satanic Temple is suing Netflix for $50 million under copyright infringement.

On Wednesday, Nov. 21, the Satanic Temple released a statement announcing it “amicably” settled the lawsuit against Warner Bros. and Netflix. According to the note, the organizations are acknowledging the unique elements of the statue in the show credits. Additional terms of the settlement are unknown due to a confidentiality agreement.

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