Earlier this week, fans finally got their first glimpse at Netflix’s original series The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina in a new teaser titled ‘Happy Birthday’ which offers viewers a “chilling” look of the day Sabrina will have to decide her future along with trying to celebrate her sweet 16. Now, EW’s recent Fall TV 2018 issue brings more details from the upcoming series.
One of the things that fans of the show were eager to know was if The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina could ever have a crossover with Riverdale. Unfortunately, earlier in August, that question was answered by CW president Mark Pedowitz stating there would be “no cross connection right now with ‘Sabrina’” but the possibility of it happening in the future wasn’t turned down.
In the recent EW issue, it has been stated the possibility of a crossover could happen at some point. Moreover, showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa also said, “I think there’d be a great [Sabrina/Riverdale] episode where the Riverdale kids hear about a haunted house in Greendale and try to break in, and it’s Sabrina’s house.”
That would certainly be an exciting episode to watch although it won’t likely concern any of the current residents of Riverdale since The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is set in the 1960s. The upcoming show takes place almost 50 years prior to the events that unfold in Riverdale. But it doesn’t look like there’s a crossover in season 1 but fans may be in for one in season 2.
Each episode from The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is likely to be around 40 minutes to 1 hour since Aguirre-Sacasa refers each as its own mini-movie. Season 1 will consist of 10 episodes which would release altogether when it airs on October 26th.
Season 1 is expected to cover the first volume from the comics. The series itself is loosely based on the 2014 comic of the same title written by Aguirre-Sacasa. If you haven’t watched the first teaser yet, readers check it out below.
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