7.6
5,148 votes
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina

Netflix 2018

As her 16th birthday nears, Sabrina must choose between the witch world of her family and the human world of her friends. Based on the Archie comic.

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The 10 Best Episodes of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina

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#1 - Chapter Twenty-Nine: The Eldritch Dark (Season 2 - Episode 9)

The episode was rated 8.55 from 22 votes.

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Chilling Adventures of Sabrina - S1E17

#2 - Chapter Seventeen: The Missionaries (Season 1 - Episode 17)

As Hilda and Sabrina attempt to save Ambrose, Ms. Wardwell considers a crucial move, and a violent group of witch hunters targets the Church of Night.

The episode was rated 8.38 from 620 votes.

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#3 - Chapter Twenty: The Mephisto Waltz (Season 1 - Episode 20)

Light and night cross paths once more as Greendale faces the Dark Lord's prophecy and Prudence challenges Father Blackwood’s ruthless plan.

The episode was rated 8.27 from 578 votes.

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#4 - Chapter Ten: The Witching Hour (Season 1 - Episode 10)

A revolutionary attack divides the witches and mortals of Greendale, and Sabrina braces for a life-changing choice.

The episode was rated 8.16 from 1093 votes.

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Chilling Adventures of Sabrina - S1E18

#5 - Chapter Eighteen: The Miracles of Sabrina Spellman (Season 1 - Episode 18)

On the heels of a most perplexing spectacle, Sabrina dives deeper into her newfound power, and Zelda slips into the role of Lady Blackwood.

The episode was rated 8.13 from 564 votes.

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#6 - Chapter Nineteen: The Mandrake (Season 1 - Episode 19)

An ominous discovery leads to a desperate search for answers -- and a risky spell for Sabrina. Meanwhile, Father Blackwood makes a bold announcement.

The episode was rated 8.00 from 564 votes.

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#7 - Chapter Twenty-Seven: The Judas Kiss (Season 2 - Episode 7)

On the heels of tragedy, the Spellmans receive a grim omen. Blackwood seeks vengeance. Sabrina prepares for her final challenge against Caliban.

The episode was rated 7.98 from 384 votes.

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Chilling Adventures of Sabrina - S1E7

#8 - Chapter Seven: Feast of Feasts (Season 1 - Episode 7)

The coven prepares for an annual ritual as Harvey takes part in a Kinkle family tradition. Sabrina grows suspicious of Lady Blackwood.

The episode was rated 7.88 from 1061 votes.

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#9 - Chapter Eight: The Burial (Season 1 - Episode 8)

A disaster rattles the Greendale community. Desperate to help, Sabrina attempts a new kind of dark magic -- with the assistance of an unusual ally.

The episode was rated 7.87 from 1036 votes.

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#10 - Chapter Twenty-Six: All of Them Witches (Season 2 - Episode 6)

Zelda attempts to forge a supernatural alliance, Sabrina and the gang work with Caliban, and Hilda's transformation takes a terrifying turn.

The episode was rated 7.85 from 392 votes.

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#11 - Chapter Two: The Dark Baptism
7.85
Season 1 - Episode 2

A legendary guest visits Spellman Mortuary, Ambrose explores a grim revelation, and Sabrina stuns the coven with a shocking announcement.

The episode was rated from 1381 votes.
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Chilling Adventures of Sabrina - S1E9
#12 - Chapter Nine: The Returned Man
7.84
Season 1 - Episode 9

Sabrina recruits Roz for a crucial mission. Susie reconnects with her past. Lord Blackwood challenges Aunt Zelda's authority.

The episode was rated from 1024 votes.
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#13 - Chapter Sixteen: Blackwood
7.77
Season 1 - Episode 16

Tensions rise as Zelda and Father Blackwood's union draws near. Amid the chaos, Sabrina greets a familiar vision and Ambrose uncovers a dark truth.

The episode was rated from 556 votes.
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#14 - Chapter Four: Witch Academy
7.77
Season 1 - Episode 4

Sabrina takes a weekend trip. Father Blackwood poses a pivotal question. Roz and Susie stage an impromptu -- and unnerving -- sleepover.

The episode was rated from 1184 votes.
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Chilling Adventures of Sabrina - S1E6
#15 - Chapter Six: An Exorcism in Greendale
7.73
Season 1 - Episode 6

Harvey, Roz and Susie explore a mysterious force of evil. Sabrina digs deeper into Ms. Wardwell's intentions. Hilda pursues a new beginning.

The episode was rated from 1074 votes.
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina - S2E8
#16 - Chapter Twenty-Eight: Sabrina Is Legend
7.71
Season 2 - Episode 8

The lines between past, present and future blur as Sabrina stages an act of heroic restoration. But will her powers prove to be enough?

The episode was rated from 402 votes.
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#17 - Chapter Eleven: A Midwinter's Tale
7.69
Season 1 - Episode 11

As the winter solstice approaches, Sabrina orchestrates an emotional séance with serious consequences, and Susie's merry plans turn menacing.

The episode was rated from 898 votes.
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Chilling Adventures of Sabrina - S1E14
#18 - Chapter Fourteen: Lupercalia
7.67
Season 1 - Episode 14

Love and lust sweep through Greendale as Harvey surprises Roz with a sweet gift, and Sabrina explores a romantic ritual ... and her feelings for Nick.

The episode was rated from 602 votes.
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#19 - Chapter Twelve: The Epiphany
7.66
Season 1 - Episode 12

As Sabrina prepares for a spellbinding showcase, Susie embraces a series of new beginnings, and Ms. Wardwell finds greater purpose at Baxter High.

The episode was rated from 694 votes.
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#20 - Chapter Three: The Trial of Sabrina Spellman
7.66
Season 1 - Episode 3

As Sabrina confronts a long line of family secrets, Harvey faces turmoil at home -- and shares a secret of his own.

The episode was rated from 1279 votes.
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Last updated: dec 04, 2022

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==_Preliminary review, my final review for Season 1 is in another comment (I didn't want to just edit over this, especially with the likes on it). Very light spoilers for the first few episodes ahead._== I wanted to throw my hat in the ring because this comment section is mostly trash, and give a genuine review of the series as far as I've watched so far (I'll review it properly when I'm done with the season). So, let's start with the Baphomet in the room (haha), and note that there is some very overt feminism in this series. As I hear, it tapers off as the series goes on, and I look forward to that, because while it is absolutely not pervasive to every corner of the series, it's a cringey part of the early episodes. I wholly support progressive movements, I am happy to see a non-binary character on the show, and Sabrina's attempts to defend said character. I wholly support Sabrina being a sassy, empowered female character who 'sticks it to the man'. That said, constantly pointing to a plot element and going: 'This is women standing up to the patriarchy!' is unnecessary. As I said before, it's cringey. Let the work speak for itself. That said, the series, while not a masterpiece, is interesting so far. I appreciate its willingness to broach Satanism (with all its LaVeyan trappings) and all the horror, gore, and sexuality that comes with it. When it just moves forward with the plot, and doesn't spend its time pointing out its progressiveness, it's a solid supernatural drama. I do find Roz to be tedious. I think Harvey and Sabrina's relationship is unearned (they are way too lovey for 16 year olds with so many secrets between them, and Sabrina, so far, has been rather self-centered, while Harvey plays the devoted and doting boyfriend; feels very much like the criticisms feminists often have about the roles women play in their relationships with men in other stories). I hope that this gets approached with some maturity, instead of devolving into a mess of drama, but sadly, I feel it could easily go either way. Ambrose is a great addition to the cast, fulfilling the morally ambiguous role that Salem played in the original (but also being properly morally ambiguous, in keeping with the dramatic tone, rather than comically so). I'll make a proper review when I've finished with the season, but I just felt like this comment section could use a genuine review rather than the 'feminism is ruining everything!' crap that it has mostly seen so far.

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By the end of the season, Sabrina had annoyed the living shit out of me. I'm all for women empowerment, but damn, must feminism be incorporated in almost every tv show nowadays? I get enough of it from the real world. There's nothing but subtle low blows through out the season. "Why can't we live a normal life with the mortals? Because Dark Lord is a jealous man." Why doesn't the Dark Lord want us as powerful as him? Well, after all, he is a man." Is it just me, or does Sabrina and Harvey love seem way over the top for teenagers? Their love was on the same level of Jack and Rose from Titanic. I was secretly hoping the Dark Lord or Prudence sisters' would kill her boyfriend off, so the show could move on. Also, what time period is the show in? 1950's? 1960's? 1980's? 2017? I initially thought 1960's because of the signs and cars, but then Ambrose pulls out a laptop and laptops wasn't invented until 1981. So, I thought mid-to-late 1980's, then I see an iPhone X ringing in one scene.

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I loved it overall but the hatred against men is annoying

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