Want to see Part 4, but can’t remember how Sabrina’s mistreatment caused Greendale’s havoc?
Sabrina’s Chilling Adventures is back in their fourth and final season, and all witches, warlocks, and non-binary sorcery folks are called. Now, before you put on your robes and down a few potions in anticipation of the watch party, there are a few things you should know.
Because of the very perplexing time-travel aspect in Sabrina season 3, we’ve developed a sectioned guide to help break down the most important facts and act as the ideal research spellbook.
- The Twins
Judith and Judas, Father Blackwood’s naturally sired twins, were born at the end of Part 2. Half-sister Prudence hears of the evil plans Blackwood has made to use them for dark magic purposes and joined with the Spellmans to help them, yet again Father Blackwood captures them.
- The Unholy Regalia’s Guardians
Three bad guys who have transformed into warriors, each of whom is guarding mystical things that will aid Sabrina in breaking the heaven-hell-space time continuum. Centurion (Pontius Pilot’s Bowl), King Herod (Herod’s Crown), and Vlad the Impaler (Judas’ Pieces of Silver) make up the cast.
- Prince Caliban and the Infernal Court
When Sabrina’s boss, Lucifer Morningstar, disappears, a faction of Hell’s most powerful aristocrats doubt Sabrina’s claim to the throne. The pettiest and most rugged citizen of all are Asmodeus, Purson, Beelzebub and Prince Caliban.
- The Pagans
A group of wandering magic-folk who worship their god, the Green Man, by old ritualistic rituals. They want to destroy the Spellman clan and bring an end to all satanic witchcraft by sacrificing Greendale’s virgins. Robin Goodfellow is the only name that matters here. But if you really need to read, there’s Pan, Nagaina, and Circe.
- The Hedge Witches
Zelda Spellman summoned the sorceresses Gryla, Pesta, and Sycorax against their will to help the coven drive out the Pagans.
- The Eldrich Terrors
Unknown fear brought by mysterious entities called “The Old Ones” referred to in Part III, but narrowly identified by Ambrose and Blackwood as life-threatening.
We’ve got you covered when you feel a little more studious and have some time at hand, but not enough to watch the eight episodes in full. This are the four most important Sabrina season 3 series.
Episode 1: “The Hellbound Heart”
Sabrina and the crew are on the coast of Hell, on the rooted path to rescue the prisoner, Nicholas Scratch, in this devilishly tasty reimagination of “the wizard of Oz.” Clearly, since this is the first season episode, there will be some exposure from the mouths of a character that seems very bumpy. Why does Zelda feel the need to tell the night church students that Father Blackwood was a villain, for example? You know that too. Later, more of this battle. However, not every exhibit is heavy-handed as it tries to present ideas for upcoming episodes. They also describe humorously lengthy questions that audiences could already have in Part 2. A fine episode for fast catching.
Episode 4: “The Hare Moon”
The pagans added to earlier episodes in the season really have an opportunity to shine. So, to get to the heart of the whole season, you won’t have to read the Netflix synopsis again. Jump right into this episode to learn why the coven is suffering; what the plans of the pagans are and what their powers are; why Sabrina really should have left Nick in Hell; and why the risk of Greendale is so significant.
Episode 6: “All Them Witches”
This would be the case if “annilhation” had been adapted into a teenage teleplay. The Pagans are finally unveiled their dreams for their God, called The Green One. Basically, he hungers for virgins’ blood and is able to transform Earth into a world that is not genetically modified, overgrown. When the influence of the Pagans increases and attacks against the family and friends of Sabrina become sinister, assistance comes when the spellmans anticipate it least. This episode reveals great vitality from feminist sorcery, and it reflects what makes this revolt against sexism deep at its very heart. “We don’t need to kill each other, this is what men do.” We have powerfully drawn lines. And steamy looks from an odd couple on the rise. Bonus: The most slick subplot ever is Hilda and Dr. Cee.
Episode 8: “Sabrina is Legend”
Of necessity, the conclusion. The best thing about this finale is that it summarises the previous episode in the first five minutes, meaning you don’t have to go anywhere and don’t feel bad if you haven’t seen anything in order. Steel yourself, however, because this episode’s blink-and-you’ll-miss-it storey scheme demands your full attention as it fumbles to justify time travel and the apocalypse in one fell swoop. Below, I’ll go over the season finale and its consequences in greater detail.
Where Did We Leave Off in Heaven?
- The State of Greendale
Sabrina season 3 climax is a little too long. Please bear with us as things get more difficult to understand. In the primary timeline, Sabrina Spellman is duped by Prince Caliban into turning over the last piece of The Unholy Regalia, and she is imprisoned for decades in an underground hell stone. Meanwhile, after Prince Caliban’s unsuccessful uprising to transform Earth into the tenth circle of Hell, Greendale (and the rest of the world?) became prisoners of the ultimate Pagan overlords.
Stone-Sabrina Spellman is woken after a long time by future-Sabrina, who tells her that everyone she loves has died since then but that stone-Sabrina might turn the losses around and save Greendale because of the newly formed time loop.
The only thing that is captured is that all Sabrinas have until the end of time to go into the stone jail to stabilise the cosmos—more on the next one. Freed-sabrina will prepare the coven and her friends with the necessary instruments and backsight for derailing the pagans with different things and with the aid of the guards of The Unholy Regalia, to create a distinct time line, but eventually a “safer” and living Greendale.
- Hello Hecate? It’s Me, Zelda Spellman
The Coven is facing the repercussions of its collapse after the fall of Desecrated Church and the usurpation of Lucifer Morningstar in Part 2. Zelda Spellman calls a banished woman party called The Hedge Witches as their abilities diminish. With no way of securing magicians and combating a greater Pagan army, Zelda turns to a witch limbo, Hecate, who presides over his moon. That turns out to be a really strong magic source.
- New Key Players
Sabrina season 3 showed us so many characters to list here, so we’ll concentrate on those that’ll appear last season in the series.
1. Prince Caliban who is Prince Hell’s ripped devil and slumbering with The Infernal Court. We find out that his body, made of clay, is practically irresistible, but he’s actually stuck in a stone dome by Sabrina Morningstar.
2. Once one of the ever wandering pagans, Robin Goodfellow agrees with his boyfriend Theo to plant its roots in Greendale. Well, he’s a joker, too, so maybe next season’s a handy one.
3. Mambo Marie the voodoo high priestess, is one of the most interesting additions to the cast. Marie’s appearance at the Spellman house, at Prudence’s request, initially frightens Zelda because she is unfamiliar with the origins of Marie’s magick. She’s a wild card for fighting sides because she gets her magick from somewhere other than dark forces, which might be useful in the future wars.
Few more thoughts
- For some seasons, the show makes a huge deal out of Dorian Grey’s acne. Sabrina also has to go to hell to get the antidote for his acne in the first episode of the season. But what if he already has acne after the treatment is applied? Why is this so? Then, after playing an important role in assisting Sabrina in regaining some of her strength through the use of angel blood, he vanishes, leaving Nick Scratch to tend to his pub. What are you talking about? Is he going to be in Part 4?
- Lilith is expecting Lucifer Morningstar’s child, who she already knows will be a son. Those devil senses must be tingling like crazy. What does this mean for her after the baby is born in terms of her safety?
- Sabrina Morningstar once talked of transforming Hell and collaborating with Heaven to claim souls, but she now seems to be very evil; will she keep her word?
- What are the hell factions, and why is there a Queen of Hell and a Prince Caliban? Please clarify what a monarchy is and how it functions. He should be the Duke of Hell at the very least.
- All, according to Mambo Marie, has a spirit guardian that keeps an eye on them. Edward, Zelda’s older brother, was the one who did so. Can this come up again in the future?
- When it comes to spirit guards, Salem has yet to be of assistance, so don’t hold your breath for Part 4.