Chilling Adventures of Sabrina

New ‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ Promo is a Devilish Bop

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We’re getting ready for the return of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina on Netflix on January 24, 2020, and apparently so are they.

The series released a brand new music video for a song titled “Straight to Hell” featuring the show’s cast led by Kiernan Shipka as Sabrina chronicling her intentions to travel down to hell to save her boyfriend Nick Scratch (Gavin Leatherwood).

The video is actually filled with little tidbits from the upcoming season.

First off, apparently Sabrina’s going to be a cheerleader, and Ros (Jaz Sinclair), Harvey (Ross Lynch), and Theo (Lachlan Watson) have started a band. We also get a look at Ambrose (Chance Perdomo) and Prudence (Tati Gabrielle) on the trail of Father Blackwood (Richard Coyle) who fled Greendale at the end of Season Two.

Meanwhile Lillith aka Madame Satan aka Mrs. Wardwell (Michelle Gomez) is in charge of Hell looking fabulous in her gown and crown, while Aunt Zelda (Miranda Otto) and Aunt Hilda (Lucy Davis) look as though they’re trying to hold things together amidst the chaos around them.

Oh and take notice, in Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Hell is filled with gnarly demons and there are all kinds of crazy rituals going on out there.

Will Sabrina succeed in her quest to retrieve Nick? Will Father Blackwood finally be made to pay for his misdeeds? Will Satan get his own body back? Is Harvey bringing back the male crop top a la Johnny Depp in A Nightmare on Elm Street?

Hopefully, we’ll find out when the series hits on January 24th! In the meantime, check out that music video below and let us know if you’ll be watching part three of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina in the comments!

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Waylon Jordan is a lifelong fan of genre fiction and film especially those with a supernatural element. He firmly believes that horror reflects collective fears of society and can be used as a tool for social change.