Nope, this isn’t a Halloween trick. On Saturday the cast of the 90s television show Sabrina The Teenage Witch gathered at Comic Con. The show’s lead Melissa Joan Hart shared the moment on Instagram.
“Love these peeps #framily,” Melissa, 41, wrote alongside a photo of the cast members backstage, including Nate Richert (Harvey), Caroline Rhea and Beth Broderick (who played Sabrina’s aunts Hilda and Zelda), Alimi Ballard (The Quizmaster) and Nick Bakay (who voiced Salem the cat).
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During a live Q&A, the cast sadly confirmed they will have no part in CW’s upcoming reboot of the series—but they did offer a little insight into what they thought their characters would be up to in 2017. Harvey AKA Richert said “Sabrina and Harvey would probably be having a 16-year-old at this reported Entertainment Weekly.
Hart added that the couple had “probably started our own, like, Hogwarts. Started our own little witch school, maybe foster some children that are part mortal, part witch, and [teach them] how to navigate that world.”
Fans can only dream!
This article originally appeared on In Style.