Sabrina, the Teenage Witch (1996 - 2003)


Sabrina, the Teenage Witch

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73%

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Series Info

A half-mortal, half-witch teen copes with high school and her newfound powers in this charmer, for a time the crown jewel in ABC's 'TGIF' lineup. The series, which is based on the Archie Comics character, jumped from ABC to WB as the fifth season got underway with incoming college freshman Sabrina flying out of the nest to live closer to campus.

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2002, ABC, 22 episodes

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2001, ABC, 22 episodes

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2000, ABC, 22 episodes

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1999, ABC, 22 episodes

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1998, ABC, 25 episodes

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1997, ABC, 26 episodes

93%
Critics Consensus: A smart teen show with magic and a talking cat, Sabrina the Teenage Witch won our hearts and went on to be a 90s TGIF staple.

1996, ABC, 24 episodes

Cast

Melissa Joan Hart
as Sabrina Spellman
Caroline Rhea
as Aunt Hilda Spellman
Beth Broderick
as Aunt Zelda Spellman
Nick Bakay
as Voice of Salem
Nate Richert
as Harvey Kinkle
Jenna Leigh Green
as Libby Chessler
Paul Feig
as Mr. Eugene Pool
Lindsay Sloane
as Valerie Birkhead
Martin Mull
as Willard Kraft
Alimi Ballard
as Albert the Quizmaster
Elisa Donovan
as Morgan Cavanaugh
Trevor Lissauer
as Miles Goodman
George Wendt
as Mike Shelby
John Ducey
as Leonard
Dylan Neal
as Aaron Jacobs
Sonje Fortag
as Cousin Susie
Rosalind Ayres
as Aunt Dorma
Mary Gross
as Mrs. Quick
Emily Hart
as Amanda
Jose Eber
as Himself
David Wells
as Mr. Franco
Roz Witt
as Woman
Barbara Eden
as Aunt Irma
Stu Nahan
as TV Announcer
Hap Lawrence
as Shepherd
Faith Prince
as Shirley Jacobs
Robert Picardo
as Bob Jacobs
Alex Rocco
as Sid Wolff
Matt Battaglia
as Daniel Boone
Henry Gibson
as Witch Judge
Deborah Zoe
as Blind Faith
Susan Yeagley
as Cinderella
Adrian Neil
as British Guy
David Leisure
as Purser/Bob Bermuda
Da Brat
as Baby K2K
Hope Levy
as Contest Winner
Peter Scolari
as Ringmaster
Tami Anderson
as Sales Lady No. 1
Mario
as Himself
Ashanti
as Herself
Sophia Bush
as Mackenzie
Eric Jungmann
as Teenage Salem
Don Most
as White Rabbit
Derek Baynham
as Soccer Player No. 1
Trisha Hart
as Sales Lady No. 2
Kerry Sable
as Bride-to-Be
Britt Leary
as Young Woman
Craig Robert Young
as Soccer Palyer No. 2
Clare Kramer
as Babette Storm
Michael Deak
as Sasquatch
Shirley Jones
as Lydia Spellman
Tim Thomerson
as Mr. Alcerro
Kathleen Noone
as Francesca Flaum
Dylan Cash
as Billy Johnson
Richard Kline
as Jim-Thom
David Starzyk
as Professor Carlin
Sisqo
as Vladimir
Ian Lyons
as Waiter
Roger Lodge
as Roger Lodge
Tom Virtue
as Mr. Cavanaugh
Edgar Allan Poe IV
as Edgar Allan Poe
Sally Struthers
as Aunt Lorraine
Robert Noble
as City Inspector
John Ganun
as Billy Luto
Usher Raymond
as Love Doctor
Pamela Dillman
as Marie Curie
Molly Cheek
as Mrs. Cavanaugh
David Garrison
as Dr. Axelrod
Joe Ochman
as Shop Owner
Tim Bagley
as Mr. Cornwallis
Jane Sibbett
as Robin Davis
David Fickas
as Father Time
Teresa Parente
as Miss Sorecorn
Tony Ranaudo
as Fabrizio
Danny Bonaduce
as Danny Bonaduce
Craig Strong
as Fireman
George Wyner
as President
Steve Hofvendahl
as Homework Elf
Ed Gale
as Powell
Zach Selwyn
as Customer
Pat Lentz
as Teacher
Harry S. Murphy
as Guidance Counselor
Zac Hanson
as Himself
Dana Woods
as Pressburger
Manu Intiraymi
as Sore Throat
Jeff Austin
as Salesman
Amy Landers
as Customer No. 1
Dennis Lipscomb
as Mirror Man
Ming Lo
as Foreign Man
Greg Poland
as Customer No. 2
Joe Howard
as Minister
Mark Wallace
as Student Announcer
Nancy Linari
as Mother Nature
Brandon Kaplan
as Lion Scout
Mary Bogue
as French Hen
Chip Chinery
as Newspaper Boy
Dennis Bailey
as Career Counselor
Mark Colson
as Attendant
Patrick Ecclesine
as Teenage Billy
Will Jennings
as Young Mr. Kraft
Billy Gunn
as Father of the Groom
Christine Nelson
as College Kid No. 1
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Series Details

TV Network: ABC
Premiere Date: Sep 27, 1996
Genre: Kids & Family
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