If so... you're probably wondering when part 2 is coming out... and what lies ahead for Sabrina after she was forced to sign her name in the Book of the Beast.
Well, here's everything we know about season 2 and the show so far.
WE FINALLY HAVE A TRAILER!!!
"Something is different about Sabrina," Hilda says at the beginning of the trailer, after we see Sabrina pouring gasoline down the halls of her school and lighting it on FIRE.
Things are getting DARK in part 2, and we're all for it. Especially when we see Sabrina snap the necks of a bunch of dudes who look like they're trying to hurt her.
Oh... and did we mention there's a steamy scene between her and Nicholas Scratch?! Look away Harvey!!
THE SHOW HAS BEEN RENEWED FOR SEASON 3 AND 4!!!
YEP WITCHES, YOU HEARD RIGHT! Your new favourite TV obsession has a lot ahead of them.
"Praise Satan! I’m so grateful to my partners at Warner Brothers, Netflix, Berlanti Television, and Archie Productions for supporting this darker vision of the world’s most famous teen witch. And I’m thrilled to be continuing to tell Sabrina's chilling adventures with our incredible cast and crew, led by the unstoppable Kiernan Shipka," said series creator Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa.
Each season will have 8 episodes, giving us another 16 episodes to look forward to!!! Check out the big announcement below:
Check out the official announcement video below:
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina will be released on April 5, 2019!!!
RETURNING CAST MEMBERS
All the cast will be returning for season 2, thank god. Sabrina (Kiernan Shipka), ex-boyfriend Harvey (Ross Lynch), Lucy Davis and Miranda Otto as Sabrina's aunts Hilda and Zelda, Ambrose (Chance Perdomo), besties Rosalind (Jaz Sinclair) and Susie (Lachlan Watson), the Weird Sisters (Tati Gabrielle, Adeline Rudolph and Abigail F Cowen), Madame Satan (Michelle Gomez), and Father Blackwood (Richard Coyle).
AKA, our fave cast right now.
At the moment, Harvey's brother Tommy Kinkle (Justin Dobies) and principal George Hawthorne (Bronson Pinchot) are dead.
But, as showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa has hinted, nobody stays dead in Greendale, which sparked a whole new theory about dead Riverdale characters coming to Greendale...
The show has been casting for season two, and already we have some amazing inclusions.
McKenna Grace - Kiernan Shipka's IRL doppelganger - has been cast to play a young Sabrina, which will be debuted in the Holiday special!
See the trailer for Chilling Adventures of Sabrina A Midwinter’s Tale below!
Entertainment Weekly reports that Alexis Denisof and Jedidiah Goodacre will also be joining the show.
Jedidiah is joining the cast as Dorian Gray, the hot AF owner of a nightclub, called Dorian's Gray Room.
Dorian is an "enigmatic gentleman of an indeterminate age". He is "very good at keeping secrets, especially his own — a cursed portrait he hides from prying eyes."
SEASON 2 WILL BE SEXIER!!
YEP, "It’s a little more fun. It’s a little sexier. Now that we know everyone and we’ve really established the world, we can play in it a little more rather than build it," series creator Roberto Agurrie-Sacasa told Entertainment Weekly. "It feels a little more ambitious and rollicking than part one."
He also hinted that there will be some Riverdale callbacks. "I think it’s fun to see little Easter eggs, so we try to sneak them here and there. That’s something that we continue to do on the show. I think the fans of both shows love it," he said.
THINGS AREN'T LOOKING GOOD FOR THE WEIRD SISTERS
No one is safe in the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, especially not the amazing Weird Sisters.
Adeline Rudolph proved this with a BTS Instagram pic from the CAOS set.
In it, Adeline, (who plays Agatha), looks AWFULLY unwell, covered in black dirt with bruised eyes. "Let's be real," she captioned the pic. "Addie has seen some better days."
MORE SALEM, PLEASE!
We might actually get a Salem episode, which is what everyone wants.
When we were introduced to Salem in the show, he was in the form of a scary goblin. He then became a cat, and while he has been helpful to Sabrina, we haven't seen much of him.
The show's creator, Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, said this was on purpose. "When we did the show, [he doesn’t speak] partly to project the horror tone," he said to Indie Wire.
But he hasn't ruled out giving Salem a voice just yet.
According to Indie Wire, in the comics Salem's backstory centres around the fascinating Salem witch trials in 1692.
"We’ve definitely talked about doing a Salem-centric episode where we would learn more about his life," he said.