'Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina' Part 4 Has Already Gone Into Production
*This article contains spoilers from Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina Part 3*
The third instalment of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina may have only just landed on the streaming platform, but it turns out Part 4 is already in production.
Yep... if, like us, you've already binged the whole of Netflix's latest offering, then fear not, because the next chapter of the high school drama is officially on its way.
Speaking to The Wrap on Sunday, the show's creator Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa said: "We are still shooting and we're kind of down to our last few episodes of Part 4, which has been really, really fun."
You'll remember that the third instalment of the series ended with not one but two Sabrinas, after entering a time paradox.
One Sabrina (Kiernan Shipka) was left to rule as Queen of Hell while the other lived a normal life back in Greendale with her pals.
In the same interview, the show's creator also teased that, going forward, we could be watching the lives of both Sabrina's running alongside each other.
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"Without spoiling anything," he said, "there is a good possibility we'll be following both Sabrinas simultaneously going forward."
Revealing exciting plot details about the fourth chapter, Aguirre-Sacasa added that we should expect Part 4 to be very "different from Part 3", and instead each episode will seem like "its own mini horror movie".
Teasing that the chapter will seem almost like a "demonic version of The Crown," the show's creator said it will centre around the power battle between Lucifer (Luke Cook) and Lilith (Michelle Gomez).
Of course, Sabrina will be stuck in the middle of the drama, too.
Part 4 of the Netflix hit was confirmed back in December 2018, with the help of Salem the cat.
Meanwhile, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Parts 1, 2 and 3 are currently streaming on Netflix.
It already sounds like it's going to be a must watch. Praise Satan!
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