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Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: Part 3 (2020)
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CAOS has had a lot of very traditional gendered behavior from its power players in the past, and if this first episode is any indication, the various women of this universe are quite done putting up with that.
The character growth of Part 3 is simply put, delicious. The emotional payoffs of each journey keep the show from slipping into WTF!?! territory and firmly ground CAOS as a show with something to say outside of quippy one-liners.
While some are undoubtedly disappointed the usual run of episodes have been shrunk to just eight, it's at least helped writers tighten everything up in Part 3 - admirably, [CAOS] still keeps its core of female empowerment and teenage angst.
Woven in with all the character arcs and different narratives are some themes that you might not expect to see in a show like Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. That unexpected nature is what makes how they're handled so very important.
Teen love has always been a fun part of the show, but it's never been Sabrina's sole motivation or its driving force... After initially looking like CAOS had lost its way, however, there was a crucial shift.
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Season 3 hones in on what makes the show so much fun and amplifies it to it's most ridiculous but oh-so-entertaining levels yet.
Riverdale-adjacent is a solid way to begin to describe part three of Sabrina.
Chilling Adventures remains a fun show. However, it's clear that the wheels have come off.
The season is solid, hands down, it is the Sabrina brand, flavor and then some.
The new season of Netflix's The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina has dropped with more gothic camp and fiendish delights and so far we love it.
I'd like to see the increased humorous tone continue but hope the series will pare down its plotlines, allowing everything (including the characters) to go deeper.
Benefitting from a vast step up in quality on almost every level, a strong ensemble cast who have grown into their roles, and a creative vision that finally feels like it's been given full reign, this season... is easily the best yet.
Audience Reviews for Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: Part 3
Jan 29, 2021After the second season, the dialogue gets old. The writing is absolute nonsense and the show continues this into the fourth season. First two seasons were okay but the writing fell apart and things just happen without explanation or reasoning. The antagonists are easily dispatched within the episodes they are revealed and Sabrina is the definition of a Mary Sue. She can do whatever, whenever the writers want. Nothing but lazy writing and it sickens me this trash has such a high rating.
Jan 28, 2021Season 3 carries more heartache than the other 3 seasons, but Sabrina continues to be faithful to the relationships and fascinating character arcs that have made this show an adrenaline rush.
Jan 22, 2021of my favorite shows
Jan 01, 2021Can not deny that part 3 is the best part of this series. The magic, the power and the plot twist are unpredictable. This has exploited so much on witches serve Lucifer and Hecate. Love this show. I am sure part 4 would have been much better if it is not canceled.
Dec 19, 2020I really, really hate this show. Its so cringe and there are so much talk on feminism and the portrayal of males being evil and weaker bla bla bla
Dec 03, 2020love this show. Please DONT cancel this show after season 4 D:
Sep 27, 2020Cringrworthy half of the time.
Aug 23, 2020While not as good as the previous two seasons and somehow getting a little cringe worthy moments that are very similar to its show companion, Riverdale, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Season 3 still manages to delight fans and gets ready for an amazing final Part 4.
Aug 21, 2020Did they change the writers or something?! What the hell. Season 1 and 2 were fantastic but season three its like all the characters have been lobotomized. The actors look pained having to deliver some of it - were they roped in by a iron contract? Why is Sabrina a cheerleader and what the fuck is with the Glee musical sections?! Its like they pivoted to refocus on the brainless teenager market. So disappointing!!! If you loved season 1 and 2 - just stop there. The story is finished. Let it be what it is and go on with your life happily. Don't ruin it for yourself with this garbage.
Aug 06, 2020The show turned into a bad sing-along show with arbitrary, badly performed songs. The plot is superficial: too much scattered to lightly in between the bad singing.