The new poster for Sabrina teases a major plot for season two

Netflix has unveiled a spellbinding new poster for the second season of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.

It shows Sabrina standing in between her former beau Harvey Kinkle and Nicholas Scratch while holding the Book of the Beast, which alludes to a major plot point this season.

Will she be torn between her mortal love and the dangerous, yet charming warlock? Appears that way…

‘Part two’ will follow the titular character’s slight shift in personality after she was forced to sign the Book of the Beast in the first season finale, which resulted in a free, trendy makeover. Easy for some, eh?

Series creator Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa said of the season: “I think the second half is more ambitious. It’s a little sexier, it’s a little scarier. I’m just really excited for people to see it. Lots of romance, lots of horror. It’s really good.”

It will see the return of Kiernan Shipka as Sabrina, Lucy Davis, Miranda Otto, Chance Perdomo, Lachlan Watson, Ross Lynch, Jaz Sinclair, Michelle Gomez, Richard Coyle, Tati Gabrielle, Adeline Rudolph and Abigail Cowen.

Buffy and Angel star Alexis Denisof has joined the second season as Mary Wardwell’s boyfriend Adam Masters, who’s returning to Greendale after working overseas. We’re sure he’ll have a shock when he finds out his fiancé has been possessed by demon Madam Satan…

Descendants star Jedidiah Goodacre has also been confirmed to star as Dorian Gray, the “enigmatic” owner of a nightclub called Dorian Grey’s Room who also owns “a cursed portrait” he keeps hidden away.

Back in December, Netflix renewed the series for a third and fourth season, based off of the success of the first season.

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina part two will premiere 5 April 2019. Watch the season two trailer below.

Comments

More

Dacre Montgomery’s villainous character is back in Stranger Things teaser

First trailer for Downton Abbey movie teases same-sex romance

Drag Race fans think this queen has been cast on All Stars 5

We got Drag Race star Derrick Barry to rank all nine Britney albums

Watch the incredibly queer new trailer for Netflix’s Tales of the City revival

L Devine on why she didn’t want to “capitalise or cash-in” on her sexuality | Amplify by Gay Times

Michelle Simone is the third trans woman of colour to be killed in the US this week

Ashley Roberts and Lucie Jones to star in London musical Waitress

Press enter to search