It is likely that most of the fanbase has already binge-watched The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina season 1. But not to worry since The CW had already renewed the series for season 2 when it was first ordered and even began filming as well.
The team behind The Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina had begun filming season 2 in October right after season 1 and even before the shows’ premiere. But the series’ filming went through a small hiatus due to winter.
Fortunately, the show won’t be slowing down as a new update coming from Production Weekly reveals that The Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina Part 3 & 4 will begin filming on April 29 in Vancouver. Shooting will go on through Spring, Summer, and fall for a period of 7 months and is scheduled to wrap up on December 6.
In an earlier interview, Sabrina star Kiernan Shipka revealed that the second season would be different from season 1. But its still early to say if that would be the right move since season 1 was excellently balanced with its horror and humor content. The actress also offered a slight glimpse at what fans can expect without giving away any spoiler-filled details.
“I would just say that, without giving too much away, because it would be a bit of a spoiler, the way that Sabrina’s life takes certain turns and certain decisions she makes inform the second season. The finale of the first season sets up a lot. It goes in a different direction. We see more different characters. It deals with a different side of things.”
The Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina has been renewed for 16 more episodes which shouldn’t come as a surprise since it was announced that the series would get renewed for at least another two more seasons. The upcoming episodes will be aired as a two-parter (Part 3 & 4). Part 2 of The Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina will premiere on April 5, 2019.
A teaser for Part 2 was released last year in December. You can check it out below.
Source: Production Weekly
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