Chilling Saber’s End-to-End Adventures: [Spoiler] Die

Spoiler alert: If you haven’t finished Sabrina’s Chilling Adventures Part 4, you want to go back now.

This look on Saber’s spellman’s face says it all: it was the end Choice.

Sabrina’s Chilling AdventuresThe final episode (“Chapter Thirty-Six: In the Mountains of Madness”) claims the lives of many great characters – from Saber’s Morningstar, who can’t survive his journey to reality, to Father Blackwood, who finally gets it. What’s been coming to him since day 1 and that’s not even the biggest loss of the episode.

To save her friends and loved ones from being nullified, Sabrina has to take part in a spell that brings her to the brink of death. And while the teenage witch is able to successfully save everyone, she dies in the process. But unlike many of the “deaths” on the show, which turned out to be misleading or reversible, this is a stick. Sabri’s Spellman and Sabri’s Morningstar are buried next to each other outside the family’s Shabdari.

Then comes the good news … and the weird news: viewers flock to heaven with Saber’s Spellman, aka “The Next”, which basically looks like a huge, immaculate museum. She appears quietly, until she suddenly hears a familiar voice behind her. Why, it’s Nicholas Scratch!

Sabrina: What are you doing here This field only
Nick: I went swimming in the sad sea. Under evil.
Sabrina: Oh, Nick, no. Nick, no!
Nick: Alas, the important thing is that we are here together – forever and ever.
Sabrina: That’s a plus.

Big kiss cue. Black to black. Finished.

If you don’t think about it very deeply, keeping Nick and Sabrina together for all eternity is a beautiful way to end the series. But if you To do Think about it, even with the depth modicum, it feels a little uncomfortable.

First of all, did Sabrina really have to die? We’ve seen enough supernatural series to know that the main character often ends up in a life after death, but Sabrina is neither a centuries-old vampire nor does she wear a bad, gray lifestyle to show that she lives a long, fulfilling life. In fact he is just a dead teenager. Kind of a downer.

Speaking of Nick, did he really need to kill himself to stay with Sabrina? CAOS Loves the knot, so couldn’t the couple be reunited in a little less tragic circumstances? A little worry about the message being sent there.

How do you feel about the final moments of the series? Are you happy that Nick and Sabri are together forever, or are you a little confused as to why? Was Death? Then grade the bottom, final part and all part 4 Leave a comment with your reaction to this abrupt end.