Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina Season 1 was released on 26 October 2018. The show was created by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa based on the comic book of the same name. The sequel season of Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina premiered on Netflix on 5 April 2019. And season 3 of the show premiered on Netflix on 24 January 2020. Fans have been provided by three fabulous seasons, and fans are waiting for the fourth season of the show. Here’s what we know
Season 4 Release Date
The streaming has already confirmed season 4 of the show. Netflix ordered 16 episodes back in December 2018. The 16 episodes are split into Parts 3, and part 4, with Part 3 of the series premiered on Netflix in January 2020.
There is no official release date of season 4 of the show. By looking at the pattern of the release of the earlier seasons, we expect season 4 of the show to release at the end of 2020.
Expected Storyline Of Season 4
Season 3 of the series witnessed Sabrina going to the deepness of Hell to save her boyfriend, whose body was holding back the Dark Lord, aka Sabrina’s cruel true father. The series grew on the show’s mythology, introducing viewers to a whole new underworld.
Sabrina could not just let the injustices occurring in Hell go unchallenged, vowing to deliver new administration to Satan’s realm. The show took an idea out of the movie Avengers: Endgame playbook and goes around with the past separate timelines, performing in two co-existing Sabrinas in the present day one that rules Hell, and one that appears to Greendale.
It’s unclear what will be the main part of season 4 of the show just yet, but show creator Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa stated that Part 4 of the show would likely be ‘following both Sabrinas concurrently going ahead.’
The show creator further added that ‘We are still shooting season 4 and we are down to our last few episodes of Part 4, which has been really, really fun. Each part has its individual kind of identity, and Part 4 of the series is different from Part 3, where a lot of it was features in Hell, we still have that. But each episode of Part 4 of the show is like its own mini horror film, which is fascinating.’