Chilling Adventures of Sabrina just gave thanks in the best way

In celebration of Thanksgiving, Sabrina star Gavin Leatherwood has demonstrated his turkey basting skills.

The American actor, who plays mysterious warlock Nicholas Scratch on the critically-acclaimed Netflix series, has provided fans with some cooking advice in a saucy promotional video.

Gavin, with some pretty sensual background music, caresses the turkey, pours raw bird juice and whipped cream down his noggin, and does an incredibly bad job at mashing potatoes. Honestly, it’s all quite erotic. Bring on the second season eh?

Watch Basting a Turkey with Gavin Leatherwood below.

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina – which stars American actress Kiernan Shipka in the title role – has received universal acclaim, with fans and critics praising its dark tone and inclusion of LGBTQ characters.

The reboot of the classic comedy series stars Kiernan, Lucy Davis, Miranda Otto, Chance Perdomo, Lachlan Watson, Ross Lynch, Jaz Sinclair, Michelle Gomez, Richard Coyle, Tati Gabrielle, Adeline Rudolph and Abigail Cowen.

In December, a Christmas special of Sabrina will premiere 14 December on Netflix.

Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, the show’s writer and showrunner, announced the news on Twitter, writing: “Praise Satan! I mean, Praise Santa! @sabrinanetflix has a X-mas Special dropping on 12/14!! I love this episode of !! @netflix.”

Watch the trailer below.

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