|Episode four of Sabrina and first day at her new school ... hmm|
Especially when in episode three of the show the Devil is suing Sabrina for a breach of contract and takes her to the court of the Dark Lord to be tried.
Might just be one big PR stunt for the Netflix show you would have to wonder ... well I do anyway.
Since I already subscribe to Netflix and Chris Knowles wrote a recent post about the show, I thought I would check it out and see what all of the fuss was about.
|Does that mark on her head look familiar?-)|
|I'm probably seeing something that isn't there right?-)|
Everything from Satanism, Devil worship, Thelema to Wicca and in-between.
Which is laughable, but not really all that funny I think.
While I'm no fan of Fundamentalist Christianity, or even dogmatic Christianity, or any fundamentalist religion for that matter, this show is even a bit too dark for me too (or should that be #MeToo?-).
Considering the age group the show is targeting and the source material it is re-imagining (an Archie comic spin-off) it all seems a bit creepy in a kiddie-fiddling priest kind of way to me.
I am a fan of my hometown girl Miranda Otto, but not in this show.
What were you thinking when taking this role on Miranda $$$$?
|Even something for Lovecraft fans it seems?|
I hope the producers of this show never get to re-imagine 'Bewitched' or 'I Dream of Jeannie'.