Loved the original series, bright, superb writing, great characters. ONE episode of the new series was too much to even finish watching.
The series picks up just before Sabrina’s sixteenth birthday, which will be marked not by a traditional celebration, but an old tradition: a Dark Baptism under a blood moon where Sabrina will sign over her soul to the Dark Lord.
This evil take on occultism is what they are marketing to children. It is not even entertaining. But the "social programming" for the dark occult has begun! (Though I have my suspicions.)Forbes wrote:'Chilling Adventures of Sabrina' Review: One Of The Best Supernatural Dramas Of The Year
There has been a lot of "desensitizing" to Baphomet (the classic devil/demon) and the dark occult. Got to wonder what the motive is to get the demonic socially accepted?