We return again during the second season, which begins differently with Sabrina, where Sabrina, Theo, Rose and others are trying to live with a new reality. Perhaps everyone is trying to move between reality, fantasy and fate when a mysterious stranger creates a store in Cerberus' books. On the other hand, tensions seem to be increasing as the Zelda and Blackwoods approach, which may make things take an unexpected turn.
Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina continues to be stocked full of occult pleasures and oddities at every turn without falling into the "quirky" trap. It's not a flawless show, but it's a pleasurable and an oddly comforting one to binge.
Darker, naughtier and mischievous, Sabrina returns with the same impetus; serving as a clever metaphor for the effect of religions on society and family, with a cunning message of female empowerment [Full review in Spanish]