It was fun and darker than I expected.But just like Riverdale, I hate the pretentiousness of not telling what age this takes place in. Are we in the 1950s? Are we in the 2010s'? Apart from that, I'm in.
Great fun. A much better witch show than the new Charmed so far. Well, or the old Charmed for that matter.
Not bad but I'll need a few more episode to be sure..
It wasn't bad at all, but I read a few reviews that were praising this show like it's the best thing that happened to television in the last years, so my expectations were a bit higher.Mostly I'm not a fan of Sabrina or rather the actress. She has a really unique way of speaking where she makes weird pauses and it just distracts me so much. I'm also not a fan of the blurry shots which make me feel like I need another pair of glasses and it just gives me a headache. And I'm not really feeling any of the characters, but unfortunately I can't put my finger on it. I guess they're lacking chemistry?
Overall it was okay, but I couldn't completely get into it. I'll definitely watch more episodes and I hope the next episodes will be a bit better.
I am only one episode in, but, this is certainly a far more compelling spin on an Archie Comics character than anything found in the increasingly-awful teen soap opera 'Riverdale'.
I am not a huge fan of everything 'Chilling Adventures of Sabrina' does, and I often found it unnecessarily dark, but one thing I did appreciate was how it conveyed the self-awareness, depth and complexity of the main character. It is extremely deft in how it frames all the people in Sabrina's life -- friends, family, peers, and even enemies -- as disparate elements that certainly influence her, but never serve to define her. The fact that her closest mortal friends are ignorant of her true nature speaks volumes about Sabrina's 'apartness', but in no way does it limit her involvement with, and commitment to, those relationships. But she is not overly reliant on those relationships, either. In her own half-witchy way, Sabrina is much like her friend, Susie, who is experimenting with her gender identity. Both represent a noble sort of steadfastness in being precisely who they feel they should be, despite any external influences. And both want to create a social framework that makes this process easier and safer for other people (well, girls) at their school.
As a character, Sabrina may become an effective feminist touchstone. She's a young woman who values her individuality while confidently keeping much of it private. She doesn't always feel beholden to reveal too much about herself (nor does she view her inability to be fully known as a negative). And she is not only willing to defend her ability to choose her own path, but she's willing to vouchsafe her continuing independence to be able to choose.
Here are some problems, though:
A solid beginning. A nice, dark tone and some good casting, beginning with Sabrina, who actually looks like she could almost be on the cusp of turning 16, as opposed to looking like a 28-year-old trying to pass for much younger. Her aunts are great, Harvey is okay, and her two best school pals are TBD. And now the table has been set and we'll see how Sabrina gets out of this mess.
When Sabrina told her boyfriend that she's a witch, he handled that a lot better than I would had. Mid sentence. I would have darted straight out the woods! Lol
I'm curious to know why her cousin can't leave the property?
I enjoyed this episode a lot. They chose the right person to play Sabrina.
It was definitely not a bad episode at all, however I felt like there were so many ideas packed into this hour. There is certainly potential in it, looking forward for the rest of the season and how it develops.
I'm excited to watch this new version of "Sabrina the Teenage Witch"! This first episode has been pretty good so far. Salem seems pretty terrifying yet super savage.
guys i don't understand how this website works, like can I watch this here? or i can only watch it on netflix?
Well... esperava mais, as HQs são beeeeeeem melhores
I'm sceptical. but I give it a try