Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: Everything the Cast Has Revealed About Season 2

POPSUGAR Entertainment | 4/2/2019 | Amanda Prahl
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After several months' hiatus, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is just about to drop its second set of episodes. On April 5, we'll finally get to rejoin young witch Sabrina Spellman and her family and friends as she navigates the witchy world while trying to uncover mysterious forces at play. As the new season approaches, the cast has spilled a few details. Here's what they say to expect from the latest episodes.

"Her signing the book was definitely strategic," Kiernan Shipka told The Mary Sue during a set visit. While the young witch may have fully joined the Church of Night, she's still pretty frustrated with its structure and beliefs, not to mention a virulent misogyny that's only strengthening under the rule of Father Blackwood. In the next batch of episodes, though, Shipka says that Sabrina "fights strongly to change that."

Sabrina - Heroine - Mistake - Environment - Circumstances

Sabrina is still a heroine, make no mistake, but she's evolving in her new environment and circumstances, too.

"Sabrina definitely changes and shifts a lot. Her growth is very evident and the second season definitely has a different spin on it than the first season. They're very different from each other," Shipka explained to Digital Spy.

Sabrina - Church - Night - Nick - Scratch

While Sabrina works to rebel against the Church of Night from within, she'll have an unexpected (or maybe not so unexpected) ally: Nick Scratch, the warlock who has been fascinated with Sabrina since she first arrived at the Academy. Despite enjoying the hedonistic side of warlock life, Nick is waking up to frustrations with the way their community works, and his loyalty to Sabrina is growing, both personally and ideologically.

"He sees how misogynistic and regressive the whole witch community is," actor Gavin Leatherwood told The Mary Sue. "When Sabrina comes into that, he starts to see that things need to be shaken up a bit . . ....
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