On her sixteenth birthday, Sabrina Spellman discovers she has magical powers. She lives with her 600-year-old aunts Hilda and Zelda as well as talking cat Salem in the fictional town of Westbridge, Massachusetts.
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When Sabrina lands an interview with British singer Daniel Beddingfield ("Gotta Get Through This"), she gets Morgan a gig as the wardrobe stylist for the photo shoot but Morgan's designs are so horrible, Annie forces Sabrina to fire her friend.
The episode was rated 6.96 from 50 votes.
When Sabrina, Roxie, and Morgan go to Miami with Leonard to celebrate Christmas, they have a run in with Roxie's mother at their time share. However, when their place gets robbed, Candy gets accused, ultimately leaving Sabrina and Morgan to help Roxie clear her mother of the charges. Meanwhile, when Leonard finds out that Sabrina brought Salem along to the condo, he tells her to put him the condo's kennel, where Salem complains about being treated like an animal, and Morgan is crowned Miss Wet Christmas.
The episode was rated 6.98 from 59 votes.
Sabrina meets the handsome owner (Austin Peck) of an art gallery, and decides to make a date with him instead of going out with her friends. But she has a change of heart when she realizes he may want to add her to his collection of exotic creatures.
The episode was rated 6.98 from 62 votes.
Sabrina's first assignment at Scorch is to write a profile about an overconfident rock star (Howard Dorough), but when her senior editor Annie publishes the truth about the arrogant superstar, he threatens to sue the magazine unless Sabrina gives a public apology at his concert. Back at the house, Morgan and Roxie decide to train Salem. They begin with the purchase of a collar, which proves a shock for the magical cat.
The episode was rated 6.99 from 70 votes.
Sabrina, Roxie and Morgan decide to audition for a television talent show, where singers compete for a record deal. But the magic Sabrina uses to help the group hit their notes might have some serious side effects that could ruin the girls' friendship.
The episode was rated 7.03 from 58 votes.
Aunt Irma pays a surprise visit to Sabrina, who desperately tries to conceal the fact that she's marrying a mortal. Meanwhile, Roxie and Morgan search for a replacement roommate.
The episode was rated 7.06 from 53 votes.
Sabrina gets tongue-tied every time she tries to tell Aaron (Dylan Neal) her feelings, so she uses her magic to become a smooth talker. Meanwhile, Harvey tells Roxie and Morgan that he still carries a torch for Sabrina.
The episode was rated 7.07 from 60 votes.
When Sabrina saves Morgan from a deadly fall, she faces the wrath of the Fates, three goddesses who control people's lives. Also, Aaron shows his true feelings for Sabrina, but she suspects that the Fates are manipulating her future.
The episode was rated 7.07 from 58 votes.
Sabrina's bedroom is transformed into a circus, complete with a Russian Ringmaster sent to help her balance her out-of-control social life. Sabrina must walk the tightrope until she can find a way to juggle her time between her friends, her ex-boyfriend Harvey and her new boyfriend Aaron (Dylan Neal). In a surprise twist, Sabrina discovers that Harvey is still in love with her. Anson Williams directed the episode written by Suzane Gangursky.
The episode was rated 7.07 from 54 votes.
Sabrina (Melissa Joan Hart) learns from the Other Realm that her house has to undergo a magical-systems check. She tries to keep Roxie and Morgan from finding out, but when Roxie gets suspicious Sabrina must use her powers to gain Roxie's trust.
The episode was rated 7.11 from 55 votes.
Last updated: feb 04, 2023
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