Melissa Joan Hart, Nate Richert, Caroline Rhea and Beth Broderick recorded a short message addressed to the cast of the new Netflix show, which is set to debut on the streaming service on Friday.
Speaking to her ‘Sabrina’ successor Kiernan Shipka, Melissa said with a wink: “From one Sabrina to another, if you’re ever given the choice between a broom and a vacuum, choose the vacuum.”
Similarly, former Harvey Kinkle actor Nate Richert added: “I just wanted to say hello to the new Harvey, Ross Lynch.
“I hear the new Sabrina is scarier, and pretty damn twisted. I’m rooting for you buddy.”
Actress Caroline Rhea then joked she’d be swapping jobs with the new Aunt Hilda, Lucy Davis, who starred as Etta Candy in ‘Wonder Woman’ last year, while Beth Broderick concluded: “Miranda Otto, I witch you all the best.”
While ‘Sabrina The Teenage Witch’ was based on the Archie Comics series of the same name, Netflix’s new show was inspired by the 2004 comic reimagining, also titled ‘Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina’.
Salem, Sabrina’s cat, also features in the new show, but while ‘Sabrina The Teenage Witch’ saw him voiced by comedian Nick Bakay, he does not speak in the dark new series.
The show also introduces Ambrose, Sabrina’s warlock cousin who has been sentenced to house arrest by the Witches Council, played by Chance Perdomo.
All 10 episodes of ‘Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina’ will begin streaming on Netflix on Friday 26 October.