With her name now written in the Dark Lord's book, Sabrina Spellman (Kiernan Shipka) has an edgy new attitude in Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, and before the show returns to Netflix with new episodes on April 5th, a new trailer has been revealed, giving viewers a hint of the hellraising (perhaps quite literally) to come in Part 2.

While Sabrina Spellman has gotten used to having one foot in the mortal world and the other in the Dark Lord's realm, it looks like she'll explore the Path of Night more than ever before in Part 2 of the series, which will also include new arrivals such as Dorian Gray (Jedidiah Goodacre) and Alexis Denisof as the boyfriend of Mary Wardwell.

Last December, it was revealed that Netflix had ordered 16 new episodes of the popular witchcraft series that's set in the same world as The CW's Riverdale (with both shows having origin roots in Archie Comics). The upcoming episodes will be divided into "parts three and four" of the series.

We'll be sure to keep Daily Dead readers updated on further announcements regarding Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.

"It's a wicked world out there, and Sabrina is brewing up trouble. After signing her name in the Book of the Beast, Sabrina struggles to find the balance between her place in the mortal world and her new darker side. New challenges await Sabrina in Part 2, including having to choose between the familiar mortal Harvey Kinkle, and the sexy warlock Nicholas Scratch. She may have signed her name to the Dark Lord, but that doesn't mean she isn't willing to raise a little hell. Chilling Adventures of Sabrina continues April 5."

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