‘The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ Season Two has Begun Filming

Ahead of its first season premier, The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina season two has already begun filming according to Kiernan Shipka, star of the Netflix series.

She said she is currently on set for the show’s sophomore season even though the first won’t begin streaming until Friday, October 26.

Shipka said in a recent interview, “We went straight into the second season from the first and it’s been really so exceptionally fun to film, especially given the fact that I feel like we’re already in such a rhythm from coming out of the first season that to jump right into the second one was really, really fun and just a great opportunity to keep the momentum going.”

She also revealed season two will be a lot different than the first one; “Sabrina definitely changes and shifts a lot,” she said. “Her growth is very evident and the second season definitely has a different spin on it than the first season. They’re very different from each other.”

Shipka, who is known for her supporting role on TV’s Mad Men, is joined by Lucy Davis (Wonder Woman) as Hilda Spellman, Miranda Otto (Annabelle: Creation) as Zelda Spellman, Chance Perdomo, Michelle Gomez (Doctor Who) as Mary Wardell, Chance Perdomo as Ambrose Spellman, Jaz Sinclair as Rosalind Walker, Richard Coyle as Father Blackwood, Tati Gabrielle as Prudence, Ross Lynch as Harvey Kinkle and Bronson Pinchot as Principal George Hawthorne.

Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, who also created The CW’s Riverdale, is writing the adaptation and will be executive producer. Lee Toland Krieger will direct and also executive produce with Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter and Jon Goldwater. The drama is backed by the Warner Bros. Television-based company Berlanti Productions.

Check out Chilling Adventures when it premieres October 26 on Netflix.

Mark McCurley
Staff Writer at Horror News Network
Since Mark was four years old he has always loved the horror genre, even when his mother would be a good parent and not let him watch such films. It was when he would sneak into the Horror section at the video store called Tommy K's that he would see all of the VHS covers of classics like Friday the 13th and A Nightmare on Elm Street.

During his time as a journalism major and news staff writer at Southern CT State University, he had the pleasure of meeting and interviewing paranormal investigator Lorraine Warren before a seminar in 2009 at the Lyman Center on campus.
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