Interspersed with shots of Sabrina's town, including the mortuary and her school, there are quick flashes of monsters setting up what is sure to be a creepy take on the beloved character. But the new trailer released Thursday for the Netflix series The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina (based on the comic of the same name) goes to eleven. Riverdale dips its toes into teen horror territory occasionally, but Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is embracing it from the start. Watch the brief teaser trailer below and check out Chilling Adventures of Sabrina when it lands on Netflix this October 26.
This is VERY different to the teenage witch we're all used to, and it is all right there in the new title. All the while she will have to stand up against the forces of evil threatening to overtake her family and the entire world at large. Netflix is planning to reboot the series, but their reiteration of the friendly witch is miles away from the Sabrina of the 90's.
Tobacco Stocks Jump After FDA Threatens E-Cig Crackdown
Much of the FDA's sharp change in course is a result of the phenomenal success of Juul, which looks like a USB flash drive. Now, I will say we do think the e-cigarettes offer a viable alternative for adult smokers.
No word whether we'll be seeing Sabrina's father, Edward Spellman, this season - but I'm guessing he'll either be a surprise or not revealed until season two.
Cast includes: Kiernan Shipka, Miranda Otto, Lucy Davis, Ross Lynch, Michelle Gomez, Chance Perdomo, Jaz Sinclair, Richard Coyle, Tati Gabrielle, Adeline Rudolph, Abigail Cowen, Lachlan Watson, Bronson Pinchot, and Gavin Leatherwood.
Hurricane Florence weather latest: Florence could be WORSE than Hurricane Harvey
So, the winds will be winding down much quicker near the coast before those winds get up here. It is still considered unsafe with potential for strong winds and hazardous flooding.
Brace for an oil market price rally in November: Details here
WTI was pushed over $70 during the previous session due to falling crude inventory and production levels. South Korea says that it continues talks with the United States to see if it can obtain waiver.