Since yesterday was the 25th anniversary that the TV adaptation of Sabrina the Teenage Witch first premiered on the air, I heard a rumor that this show may be coming to TV as Sabrina's Teenage Witch with Melissa Joan Hart reprising her character as Sabrina Spellman, but no word from news outlets yet. The premise would be that she's a widow raising her teenage daughter. And maybe Caroline Rhea & Beth Broderick may be returning as Hilda and Zelda. Is this true or just a hoax? Pinch me if I'm dreaming!
What's on your mind?
What if they have a brand new action packed animated series called "Sabrina: Legend of the Teenage Witch"?
The Sabrina the Teenage Witch series, they should probably have a robot that's design to hunt down magical witches.
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Why was A Twitch in Time released in Spring 2001 instead of Fall 2000 with different artwork?
The reason that I'm asking this is because it was advertised along with Zapped and Magical Adventure (both of which are based on The Animated Series).
If you look closely at the advertisement, you'll notice that on the game's artwork Sabrina's holding Salem in her arms while she's wearing a dark blue/purple dress and standing in a purple background. Another thing you'll notice is that in between them are two bubbles floating around with the words "Sabrina, The Teenage Witch comes to Playstation!" and "Coming Fall 2000!".
The advertisement was released in Fall 2000 when the show was in its fifth season on The WB.
For some strange, peculiar reason, A Twitch in Time was never released around that time along with Zapped and Magical Adventure. instead, it was released in Spring 2001 and the artwork for it was completely different.
If you look closely its front cover, you'll notice that Sabrina's holding Salem in her arms in the same position only this time the dress that she's wearing is pink instead of dark blue/purple and the background that she's standing in is blue with a clock and zodiac signs shown instead of purple with the floating bubbles like when it was advertised along with Zapped and Magical Adventure. Another thing you'll notice is that it includes is that above the front cover is the words "All-New Sabrina Adventure" with the a star above the "i" in her name and below it is the game's title witch an exclamation mark at the end.
Now don't get me wrong. I don't hate the game. I've owned and played it a dozen times then beaten it when I was younger. I also enjoyed watching the live-action sitcom that it was based on as well The Animated Series cartoon. I just find it rather strange and peculiar that it was never released the same time as Zapped and Magical Adventure and was postponed to a later release date as well having the artwork on its front cover completely changed DURING its release.
I understand that this may not seem important as both of the shows ended and the games were released many, many, years ago but I'd just like to know,.......is there any specific or particular reason as to why A Twitch in Time was released in Spring 2001 instead of Fall 2000 along with Zapped and had different artwork? Were there complications? Was it false advertising? Did the people involved in it not want to be released too soon? Did they have the artwork changed because they feared that it would've too similar to the one used on the front cover of Brat Attack?
Please let me know as soon as possible that all of my questions will be answered.
Why was there no advertisement released for Brat Attack?
The reason that I'm saying this is because there have been advertisements released for Spellbound, A Twitch in Time, Zapped, and Magical Adventure (the latter two of which are based on The Animated Series).
Spellbound was released in Fall '98 when the show was in its third season. An advertisement for it was released around the same time. It even had a Giga Pet in the likeness of Salem that came with the game modeled on it.
Another advertisement for A Twitch in Time, Zapped, and Magical Adventure was released two years later.
These (except for A Twitch in Time which for unknown reasons was released in Spring 2001) were released in Fall 2000 when the show was in its fifth season.
Yet somehow when Brat Attack was released in Fall '99 when the show was in its fourth season, no advertisement for it was released at all. Why?
One thing that I wanted to point out is that both Spellbound and Brat Attack were released when the show was aired on ABC as part of their TGIF lineup, while A Twitch in Time, Zapped, and Magical Adventure were all released when it was airing on The WB during Sabrina's freshman year in college.
Another thing that I wanted to point out is that both Zapped, and Magical Adventure were released THAT same time despite The Animated Series being cancelled after its first season (it was aired from Fall '99 to Spring 2000 on ABC as part of the Disney's One Saturday Morning lineup and on UPN as part of the Disney's One Too lineup).
Now, I understand that this may not seem important today because both of these shows have ended and all of these games were released many, many, years ago but I'd just to like to know,........is there any specific or particular reason as to why there was no advertisement released for Brat Attack? Were the sales too low? Was it not as appealing enough? Did people not like it? Did the people involved in it fear that it would not do so well on the market as Spellbound did?
Please let me know as soon as possible so that my questions will be answered.
I wanna ask a question about the live-action TV adaption, I know it wasn't shot with no live audience due to the numerous visual effects they used in each episode (unlike other sitcoms at the time) but it did have a laugh track. IIRC, they rehearsed it for 2 days and filming only took 3. Was this show videotaped or filmed? Because it was shot using Panavision cameras.
Okay so i was telling my friends how i discovered Blondie through Sabrina and they were like "ooh yer when they do the talent competition and drink the potion etc" and I was like no it's when Sabrina is being chased around the school by everyone for some reason and the actual Blondie version of One Way Or Another is playing in the background.. but they seem to have no clue what I mean..
Am I going mad??? I swear that happened in one of the episodes?!
In season 1 when she is 16 she is told she can't see her mother for two years or her mother will turn into a ball of wax. In season 6 she and her mother see each other and her mother turned into a ball of wax.
Why? The decree was only for two years, way more than two years passed before they saw each other.
I've been an avid fan of the 1996 series for years, and I've collected 27 of the 56 tie-in books, along with a few of the Salem Tales. Today, I was trying to find a timeline as ascertain where each book fits in, only to find them apparently non-canonical, however I can't find an explanation why.
Could somebody elaborate?
To Whom it may concern,
I am an avid fan, mainly to the original t.v. series and the animated series Including; “Sabrina’s Secret Life’ and ‘Sabrina the Animated Series’ and ‘Sabrina Friends Forever’. I even named my tuxedo cat Sabrina Spellman.
Okay, so here goes, I’m nervous, I’ve never done this before. I have re-watched these series hundreds of times and every time I find more and more comparisons.
This is hard to explain but have you ever noticed that all these series have a distinct resemblance to JK Rawlings Harry Potter series has a ton of the same story lines and characters’ traits and flaws? And how both she and Zelda’s character cleverly use literal cliches and that thing where teacher’s names match the title of the course book, such as “Professor Sprout who teaches ‘Herb-ology’.
Professor Snape is a teacher At Hogwarts and Professor Snipe teaches magic lessons in ‘Sabrina’s Secret Life.
The similarities are startling. I know it’s a little late to mention this. I must admit, I don’t know much about the law, but isn’t there a lawsuit here for you?
Sincerely, Your devoted fan. Bonnie Sherrah-Janssens.
I can't to get how to connect all the pages of the Archieverse Wiki to this pages. so if anyone knows how to To connect all of that info please do that or send me a massage on how to edit that on tho this site .
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What do you guys think of the reboot? Sounds like it's going to be much darker. It's worked so well for Archie and Riverdale. Definitely excited for Kiernan Shipka's protrayal of Sabrina, I think that was a great choice!
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