“I feel I must warn you. This is who I am.” Now that she’s signed her name in the Book of the Beast, Sabrina Spellman (Kiernan Shipka) is embracing her dark side. Netflix released the full trailer for Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, part two, which hits the streaming service on April 5. The trailer expands on the teaser released earlier this month and one thing is for sure: part two is going to be darker, louder, bloodier and hotter than part one.
The full trailer opens with Sabrina pouring gasoline on the floor of Baxter High School, the same building she communed with Satan to save in the part one finale. “Something is different about Sabrina,” comments her aunt Hilda (Lucy Davis), before we see Sabrina snap necks in the woods using her magic.
“I feel like I’ve been walking down this darker path, but maybe it’s not so bad,” Sabrina comments. The real kicker is when Madam Satan herself (Michelle Gomez) adds, “She had a dark baptism and there’s nothing we can do to stop her.”
From the looks of things, although Sabrina is seemingly still present in her mortal life, her witch half is growing more powerful by the day. Demon slaughter, resurrection and levitation are just some of what she’s allegedly practicing now. We’ve seen her dabble in necromancy before — now that she has full use of her powers, how much more can she do? A better question may be, how much more should she do?
The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina team previously teased part two with a love triangle poster and brief glimpses at new episodes. Check out the full CAOS part two trailer below for a more complete look at what’s to come.
Samantha Puc is an essayist and culture critic whose work has been featured on Bitch Media, The Mary Sue, Bustle, and elsewhere. She mostly writes intersectional pop culture analysis with a particular focus on representation of LGBTQ and fat characters in fiction. Samantha is the managing editor at The Beat, as well as the co-creator and editor-in-chief of Fatventure Mag, an outdoors zine for fat creators who are into being active, but not into toxic weight-loss culture. She lives in Montana with her partner and cats.