After months of waiting, the Dark Lord has finally blessed us with a peek at the third chapter of The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. Ahead of its January 24 return to Netflix, the series debuted a teaser trailer/music video, and in true Sabrina fashion, it's totally over the top.
There's definitely no turkey basting or horn playing in the clip, but we do see stars Kiernan Shipka, Gavin Leatherwood, and Ross Lynch act out a fire-filled music video. Interspersed among the dancing and cheerleaders from hell, are clips from the new season, including an apparent ritual, a moment that has Sabrina covered in blood, and the return of Madam Satan.
The song has Sabrina admitting that "when it comes to love, I'm going straight to hell," and it appears that she'll have some hellish decisions to make regarding her relationships in the third season. One clip has Nicholas chained up, and Sabrina appears to be the only one that can save him, and in another moment, Sabrina's friends explore a terrifying, foggy setting.
Of course, all of our faves from the series — including the Weird Sisters, Aunt Zelda, and Hilda — are featured in the clip, but their roles in Sabrina's attempts to out thwart Madam Satan remain a mystery for now. And just when you think you might have figured out this music video mystery, the clip ends, and Sabrina awakens, as if the entire thing was a dream.
Luckily, we only have a few short weeks until some of our major Sabrina questions are answered. Ahead of the premiere, Netflix did share some details of what's to come, with its official description of the series reading, "The Dark Lord’s unseating has sent shockwaves through the realms—and, with no one on the throne, Sabrina must assume the title of ‘Queen’ to defend it against a challenger, the handsome Prince of Hell Caliban." Yep, we're already scared.
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