Sabrina, the Teenage Witch

Sabrina, the Teenage Witch

Seasons & Episodes

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EP1 Total Sabrina Live! Sep 20, 2002

Sabrina joins Morgan and Roxie on a trip to visit MTV to meet "Total Request Live" host Carson Daly and interview the rock band Course of Nature after Morgan wins a writing contest with the ultra-hip Scorch music magazine. But after Morgan admits she submitted Sabrina's writing, Sabrina turns it around and captures a job at the magazine. Meanwhile, with her aunts moving back to the Other Realm, Sabrina begins a new chapter of her life when she, Roxie and Morgan move into the house.

EP2 The Big Head Sep 27, 2002

Sabrina's first assignment at Scorch is to write a profile about an overconfident rock (Howard Dorough), but when her senior editor Annie publishes the truth about the arrogant superstar, he threatens to sue the magazine unless Sabrina gives a public apology at his concert. Back at the house, Morgan and Roxie decide to train Salem. They begin with the purchase of a collar, which proves a shock for the magical cat.

EP3 Call Me Crazy Oct 04, 2002

Sabrina's desperate attempts to impress her colleagues and prove to them she's not a kid, backfire when she accidentally blurts out too much information about her magical antics and they end up thinking she's bonkers but a chance meeting with Ashanti lands Sabrina an interview and an opportunity for her co-workers to see her in a new light.

EP4 Shift Happens Oct 11, 2002

Sabrina is scared stiff to interview a hip-hop diva with a nasty reputation, but her spell to make the superstar more harmonious backfires and the girls end up swapping personalities.

EP5 Free Sabrina Oct 18, 2002

Sabrina sets out to expose a famous actress as a kleptomaniac after she sees the star shoplifting in a boutique. She devises a plan to catch the sticky-fingered diva in the act, but when it backfires Sabrina ends up in the hands of the police.

EP6 Sabrina Unplugged Nov 01, 2002

When Sabrina is caught by the office webcam using her powers, she magically enters Leonard's computer to destroy the evidence and meets up with the animated characters Shaggy and Scooby Doo. While in the computer, Leonard alters what he believes is a photo of Sabrina and she reemerges looking like a voluptuous cartoon siren.

EP7 Witch Way Out Nov 08, 2002

Sabrina meets the handsome owner of an art gallery, and decides to make a date with him instead of going out with her friends. But she has a change of heart when she realizes he may want to add her to his collection of exotic creatures.

EP8 Bada-Ping! Nov 15, 2002

Sabrina catches a special performance by pop star Avril Lavigne and meets a talented musician whom she believes is being blackmailed by a gangster. After Sabrina is threatened by the gangster, she and her cousin Amanda take a trip into the future where she sees that her premature death is really caused by Amanda's second-hand smoke.

EP9 It's a Hot, Hot, Hot, Hot Christmas Dec 06, 2002

When Sabrina, Roxie, and Morgan go to Miami with Leonard to celebrate Christmas, they have a run in with Roxie's mother at their time share. However, when their place gets robbed, Candy gets accused, ultimately leaving Sabrina and Morgan to help Roxie clear her mother of the charges. Meanwhile, when Leonard finds out that Sabrina brought Salem along to the condo, he tells her to put him the condo's kennel, where Salem complains about being treated like an animal, and Morgan is crowned Miss Wet Christmas.

EP10 Ping, Ping A Song Jan 10, 2003

Sabrina, Roxie and Morgan decide to audition for a television talent show, where singers compete for a record deal. But the magic Sabrina uses to help the group hit their notes might have some serious side effects that could ruin the girls' friendship.

EP11 The Lyin', the Witch and the Wardrobe Jan 17, 2003

When Sabrina lands an interview with British singer Daniel Beddingfield ("Gotta Get Through This"), she gets Morgan a gig as the wardrobe stylist for the photo shoot but Morgan's designs are so horrible, Annie forces Sabrina to fire her friend.

EP12 In Sabrina We Trust Jan 24, 2003

Sabrina learns from the Other Realm that her house has to undergo a magical-systems check. She tries to keep Roxie and Morgan from finding out, but when Roxie gets suspicious Sabrina must use her powers to gain Roxie's trust.

EP13 Sabrina in Wonderland Jan 31, 2003

Sabrina casts a spell to uncover why she keeps running from an attractive guy she met at the office. But she ends up in Wonderland when her magic goes awry.

EP14 Present Perfect Feb 07, 2003

Sabrina tires of her clumsy ways so she uses her magic to make herself mistake-free, but the spell also turns her into a know-it-all and ends up jeopardizing her friendships. Meanwhile, Roxie and Morgan run into debt troubles after they use credit cards to pay their bills.

EP15 Cirque du Sabrina Feb 14, 2003

Sabrina's bedroom is transformed into a circus, complete with a Russian Ringmaster sent to help her balance her out-of-control social life. Sabrina must walk the tightrope until she can find a way to juggle her time between her friends, her ex-boyfriend Harvey and her new boyfriend Aaron. In a surprise twist, Sabrina discovers that Harvey is still in love with her.

EP16 Getting To Nose You Feb 21, 2003

Sabrina gets tongue-tied every time she tries to tell Aaron (Dylan Neal) her feelings, so she uses her magic to become a smooth talker. Meanwhile, Harvey tells Roxie and Morgan that he still carries a torch for Sabrina.

EP17 Romance Looming Feb 27, 2003

When Sabrina saves Morgan from a deadly fall, she faces the wrath of the Fates, three goddesses who control people's lives. Also, Aaron shows his true feelings for Sabrina, but she suspects that the Fates are manipulating her future.

EP18 Spellmanian Slip Mar 20, 2003

Sabrina invites Aaron's parents to dinner and discovers that her fiancé has been keeping a big secret. As tensions mount among her bickering guests, she casts a harmony spell that yields unexpected results. Also unexpected is a revealing slip of the tongue made by Sabrina.

EP19 You Slay Me Mar 27, 2003

After attending a bridal fair, Sabrina decides she wants a "princess wedding" and contacts Cinderella for advice on planning the affair. Unfortunately, the witch goes overboard and begins behaving like a monster instead. Elsewhere, Roxie and Morgan reluctantly unite to plan Sabrina's bridal shower.

EP20 A Fish Tale Apr 17, 2003

Aunt Irma pays a surprise visit to Sabrina, who desperately tries to conceal the fact that she's marrying a mortal. Meanwhile, Roxie and Morgan search for a replacement roommate.

EP21 What a Witch Wants Apr 24, 2003

Sabrina, Roxie, and Morgan take a cruise to celebrate Sabrina's engagement. The ship passes through the Bermuda Triangle, where witches lose their powers but can have wishes granted. But why should Sabrina worry when she can get anything she wants through either wishes or magic? When a wish to know if their friendship will survive after Sabrina leaves strands the three roommates on a deserted island in a magical version of Survivor in the middle of the ocean, it's time to worry!

EP22 Soul Mates Apr 24, 2003

In the seventh-season finale, Sabrina tries to conceal her wedding-day jitters after waking up with a case of cold feet (literally). The bride-to-be receives a measure of comfort from her mother and Aunt Hilda, who arrive unexpectedly with an unrecognizable Zelda in tow.
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Released: 27 September 1996 Ended
Producted By: Hartbreak Films
Country: United States of America
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On her sixteenth birthday, Sabrina Spellman discovers she has magical powers. She lives with her 600-year-old aunts Hilda and Zelda as well as talking cat Salem in the fictional town of Westbridge, Massachusetts.

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MC Paolo This show was really good fun for the kids. I know all the kids in our family really enjoyed it. Not much here for adults though, but that doesn't really matter since this show obviously is meant for the kids. Kind of predictable stories and jokes, and the cat was pretty creepy sometimes (to the kids)...
tapio_hietamaki I watched three seasons of 'Sabrina' as an adult and don't regret doing so. It's not 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' but it's fun, charming and harmless.This is a standard teen drama suitable for everybody. It's not brooding or mysterious, it doesn't really even have a story, it's just a collection of fun episodes about a 90's high school girl with magic powers, a talking cat and two crazy aunts.A TV show this simple just works. It's like 'Friends' - it doesn't need any flashy special effects, plot twists or long story arcs. It just needs light-hearted jokes and imaginative ideas, and 'Sabrina' delivers.
Blueghost Yeah, okay, I tuned in back in the day to see the very cute Melissa Joan Hart on the TV screen, and felt weird about it because it was a show about a teenage girl, but I knew the actress playing said teenage girl was 20 (kind of near my age at the time), and actually didn't feel so bad :)But, the girl aside, I actually tuned in for the zingers from Sabrina's cat. Dude had some of the best one liners. Hart was eye candy, the stories and plots... eh, I can't remember any of them. But the black puppet cat stole the show for me.Well, this thing was on during some transitional things in my personal life, and seeing a cute girl in my age bracket with a funny cat on the screen helped relieve some of those stresses. Like I say, I can't ever remember connecting with this show because it wasn't aimed at me, and in fact I can't remember a single episode, largely because I channel surfed when I was "watching" it. But some of the gags were hilarious. That I do remember.Well, I'm a little older now. Not sure if I'd feel creepy or not if I bought the DVDs... meh, maybe someday.
Kristinartist79 Spoilers I loved the later episodes from college and on, but I wish I could get the last season on DVD. Unfortunately, the latest I could get is the first college season. Still the teenage years were sweet; although they focused a lot on magic, they also made her into a character that teens could relate to, deeling with the stuggles of teens, and children in divorced families. This show was very innocent; they did not get into the morbid teenage problems such as sex and drugs, but they did deel with pressure to fit in. I loved watching her grow up and cope with her magic on her own and trying to convince her Aunts to let go as she left the nest. The older episodes were cute, but it was just so much better to see her as (well not really a teenage witch anymore) but an adult witch. I loved Roxy and Mortgan; they were so talented! In the earlier episodes the Aunts were great actresses, but they were so strict, kind and loving, but they treated her like a young child in some ways, but not in every way. I mean they grounded her for every little mistake she made with her magic, I mean let her learn from her own mistakes for once! That was what I liked about the college episodes; she was able to learn from her own mistakes without be grounded over everything; that was annoying. Not to put down Hilda and Zelda. Melissa Joan Hard is beautiful and was perfect for the Sabrina with her Perky personality. I liked the last episode where she ran off the marry Harvey, but as somebody else said, it would have been nice to see what happened after. I mean I believe it was obvious they were getting married; where else would they be running off to in her wedding dress? But I would have liked to have seen it. I supposed they wanted to leave it up to the viewer to choose the ending though rather than spoon feeding it to us as most comedies do. Somebody said they could have shown them marry and go to school in the house, but they already graduated college. Sabrina had great job for a magazine and I think Harvey had a good job, because he lived in a nice apartment that we only see at the end, but they never say what he does. As a child they always talk about how he does not want to be an exterminator like his Dad. When Sabrian moved into the house that season, they never really explain how it happened. Actually, there is a lot the show does not explain, but I supposed it is supposed to be to leave it up to us and give it some mystery. Prior to Sabrina and her friends moving into the house, they show Hilda getting married and this whole spell that ends up with Zelda turning into a child. Hilda comes back in the last episode (and Zelda is there in some other form, but Beth is not on the episode) but they do not show Zelda's husband or what happened, like did they have children? Maybe they didn't want too much going on in one episode. I also liked Hart's sister who played her spoiled cousin! She was pretty and a great actress and it was interesting to see her grown up! I cannon believe it has been six years since the show went off the air! I still love the reruns! Also, I don't know if anybody noticed this, but in the earlier episodes, the town was called Westbridbe (a made up town I believe, which was supposed to be close to Salem) but in the later episodes, they don't mention the name of the town being caled Westbridge and I think they call it Boston, unless that is just where she worked. Also, I wanted to add, I found the episode, "Wild Wild Sabrina" where she is taught about the importance of rules, to be insulting. She was 18 and too old to be grounded; I would have been insulted if my parents grounded me at 18. And I think while an 18 year old might mess up how she did, they need to learn the consequences on their own. I think at 18 they know rules are important.