Sabrina Spellman’s teetering on the edge of two worlds in the premiere of Netflix’s dark ‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’
It’s a little sloppy and out there, sometimes displeasing, but what’s wrong with being different when there’s something so satisfying about your cooky story.
Sabrina goes to crazy lengths to fix her miracle, leading her to reveal her secrets to Harvey without any other options.
A disaster in the mine sets Sabrina on a dark path of murder and resurrection, breaking the laws of gods.
Emily Blunt may well be the best actress for movie musicals that we have, and that’s one reason she’s perfectly suited for Mary Poppins.
“Ralph Breaks the Internet” has more feeling, more fun and more laughs.
The coven’s traditions are weird and Sabrina’s humanity comically calls B.S.
At its toughest, there’s the more frustrating other side of Freddie Mercury.
As Wardwell’s grand plan comes into the clear, is Sabrina about to spill the details of her own intentions to the last person she should be telling them to?
By being in their dreams and seeing them turn into nightmares, we get to know a little more about the psychology of what motivates and scares the core four.
Sabrina knows something’s up, Ms. Wardwell. You’ve got some explaining to do.
HBO announced a spring arrival for its final season, after much speculation and anxious anticipation.
If she wasn’t already, Kiernan Shipka’s performance firmly plants her Sabrina as the show’s sentimental favorite — and bad-ass you best not mess with.