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Sabrina, the Teenage Witch aired from September 1996 until June 2003 on ABC and the WB.

This bright frothy sitcom was a Bewitched for the 90's. Perky Sabrina
(Melissa Joan Hart) was a pretty normal teenager in a new school who,
on her sixteenth birthday , began to do strange things like levitate
in her sleep and bring dead frogs in biology class back to life. Her 2
eccentric Aunts, with whom she lived, then gave her a little cauldron
for her birthday-happy birthday, you're a witch. Witchly powers
seemed like a neat thing to have down at Westbridge High School in
Boston, but Sabrina soon found out they were kind of hard to master
and could backfire if she wasn't careful. So under the tutelage of
Sweet Aunt Hilda ( Caroline Rhea) and acerbic Aunt Zelda ( Beth
Broderick), and with a little counseling from her absent Dad, seen as
a talking picture in an old book (he was in another dimension), she
began to learn the ropes. Salem ( voice of Nick Bakay) was a
mischievous warlock doing penance as the Spellman's sarcastic black
cat; Mr. Pool ( Paul Feig) the nerdy biology teacher; Jenny ( Michelle
Beaudoin) her free-spirited best friend; Harvey ( Nate Richert) a
would be love interest; and Libby ( Jenna Leigh Green) the stuck up
cheerleader who Sabrina could now turn into a pineapple. There was a
lot of opening up closet doors and walking into other dimensions,
comic negotiations with the witches council and turning people and
things into unlikely objects.

The second season saw the arrival of new best friend Valerie ( Lindsay
Sloane), suspicious Vice Principal Kraft ( Martin Mull) and most
importantly, the Quizmaster ( Alimi Ballard) who administered a series
of tests allowing Sabrina to officially get her witch's license. No
sooner had she done that, however, but she was presented with a new
challenge in 1998; to discover the "family secret." It proved to be
that she had an evil twin , Katrina, who was banished after a trial on
a Hawaiian beach determined that Sabrina was the "nice witch."

In the fall of 1999 Sabrina entered her senior year at Westbridge and,
although her nemesis Libby moved away, she was replaced by a new foil,
Harvey's new friend Brad ( Jon Huertas), who unbeknownst to Harvey was
a witch hunter. That year Mr. Kraft was promoted to principal and
Sabrina was stuck tutoring an accident prone witch named Dreama (
China Jesusita Shavers). During the year she was dating both Harvey
and Josh ( David Lascher). At the end of the season, after the 2 of
them had fought over her affections, Harvey found out she was a witch
and they broke up.

In September 2000, there were many changes, including moving from ABC
to the WB. Sabrina, now a freshman journalism major at Adams College,
moved out of the family home and into an apartment close to campus.
Roxie ( Soleil Moon Frye) was her sexy, cynical roommate and Morgan (
Elisa Donovan), the ditsy R.A. (Resident Assistant) more interested in
her social life than the students she was supposedly overseeing. Also
living in the building was nerdy Miles ( Trevor Lissauer), who
believed in aliens. Zelda got a job as an associate professor of
quantum physics at Adams; Hilda bought the coffee shop where Sabrina
worked part time and Josh was the manager and renamed it Hilda's.

At the start of the 2001-2002 season, Sabrina and Josh were dating
seriously. He got a job as a photojournalist for the Boston Citizen
newspaper and convinced Mike ( George Wendt), his boss to hire Sabrina
as an intern. Morgan, who had been cut off by her father, became a
waitress at Hilda's and started dating Harvey (they broke up in the
spring), who was back and now a hockey player for Boston College. In
May Hilda got married to her true love Will ( Douglas Sills), Harvey
professed his love for Sabrina and moved to California (he was back in
the fall) and Josh left for a newspaper job in Prague. Sabrina, who
had meddled unsuccessfully in Hilda's love life, paid the price and
was turned to stone.

As the last season began, Sabrina was brought back to life when Zelda
gave up her adult years for her and became a child, and since both her
aunts had returned to the witchly "other relm,"sabrina moved back
into her family home with Roxy and Morgan as her roommates. She also
got her first paying job in journalism as a writer for Scorch, an
alternative music magazine. Annie ( Diana-Maria Riva) was her
demanding editor, and hunky Cole ( Andrew W. Walker), versatile James
(Bumper Robinson ) and "idea guy" Leonard ( John Ducey) were
coworkers. Roxie was hosting a call-in radio show and Morgan was
trying to make it as a fashion designer. In February Sabrina left
Scorch because Annie didn't appreciate her work and decided to bcome a
freelance writer. She also starting dating Aaron ( Dylan Neal), who
owned a small music club. After a whirlwind courtship, he proposed and
she accepted. A couple of months later they were planning the wedding,
while Roxie and Morgan, whom she was going to let keep the house were
looking for a new roommate. In the series finale, Sabrina was saying
her vows at the alter when she realized that Harvey was her true love.
She bid farewell to a remarkably understanding aaronand, still in her
wedding gown, departed on the back of Harvey's motorcycle.

In addition to the TV Series, Melissa Joan Hart played Sabrina in 2
ABC TV Movies, Sabrina Goes To Rome ( Oct. 4, 1998) and Sabrina, Down
Under (Sept. 26, 1999).

Based on the Archie comic book character.

To watch clips of Sabrina, the Teenage Witch go to

For more on Sabrina, the Teenage Witch go to

For Tim's TV Showcase go to

To watch the opening credits go to
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Keywords: The Cast of Sabrina Teenage Witch (Links Updated 8/2/18)


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