Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina Season 3 Wraps Filming

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By Nobelle Borines | More Articles Hoarder of Fantasy Books and Stephen King Wannabe
September 22, 2019  12:57 PM


That's a wrap for Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Part 3. The third season of the Netflix series has finished production in Vancouver.

The news was confirmed by Hollywood North Buzz, which reveals that Season 3 production has wrapped production in Vancouver. However, filming is set to resume again in October, this time for the fourth season.

According to the report, Part 3 was filmed from May 17 to September 20. The cast and crew are currently on break and are expected to begin working on Season 4 from October 7 to February 20, 2020. It was also confirmed that there will be a big carnival scene in the upcoming season.

The premise of the third season isn't exactly a huge mystery. In Part 3, Sabrina will be working with her friends Theo, Roz, and Harvey in an effort to bring back her boyfriend Nick Scratch from hell. We're not sure how they will be able to manage that but finding out should be exciting.

There's a good reason why Sabrina is going out of her way to make sure Nick comes back from hell. As Kiernan Shipka has previously confirmed, Nick appears to be a better partner for her character than Harvey.

"I think Nick is one of the few witches or warlocks that believes in her and that has her back, and that doesn’t look down on her and think less of her," she said.

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Part 3 has not yet been given an official release date. Nevertheless, the series is expected to return on Netflix by later this year or early 2020.

Related: Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina Showrunner Confirms Season 3 Setting, Possible Premiere Date

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