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As for the exciting incidents that follows the every day action of Sabrina, a youthful delightful young lady, half witch and half human, who battles against sparing her family from shades of malice while keeping her reality in mystery from her closest companions, what challenges her, as she needs to make her mind whether to be a human or a witch. In this new season, Prudence and Ambrose battle against finding Father Blackwood.
CRITICS OF "Chilling Adventures of Sabrina - Season 3"
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Chilling Adventures Part 3 goes to hell in a handbasket - and that's not always a bad thing. The series does exceptionally well when it chooses to eschew the doldrums of mortality for dark and delicious occultism.
Like most great shows, Sabrina is getting better with each season. Campy and darker than before, Part 3 is undoubtedly the best yet
January 20, 2020
There are great moments in season 3, but they come so sandwiched between the rest of the mess that there's no time to savor them. The show moves at a breakneck speed this season and it's not in a good way.
Part 3 is a reward for devoted viewers, not only because several relatively minor characters from the earliest episodes return (and some in important ways), but because there are payoffs to long-running threads.