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Small Details You Missed In The Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina Part 4 Teaser

The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is canceled. Thankfully, the Netflix series filmed both its third and fourth season simultaneously. Today, we finally got our first teaser trailer of Sabrina season 4 and, like always, it's worth squinting our eyes to spot every last detail we can.

First of all, the obvious: We now know that the final eight episodes of Sabrina will be available to stream on Netflix beginning December 31, 2020. While ongoing rumors mean it's still unclear as to whether or not the Archie comic adaptation will find a new home on HBO Max (or someplace else), we can certainly infer from this teaser that Sabrina Spellman's (Kiernan Shipka) journey could end in an all-out final battle with the Eldritch Terrors.

We know we'll be seeing The Fright Club take on these Eldritch Terrors one by one, we know it's war, an we know that Nick Scratch (Gavin Leatherwood) is back for one last shot at love. What does the teaser trailer flesh out for us? Let's dig in and find out.

A tale of two Sabrinas

Probably the first image that will pop out for fans (especially since it's the still image for the teaser trailer) is the one featuring not one, but two Sabrinas. Last season, Sabrina broke with time travel tradition to a Rick-and-Morty degree, and while her friends are saved and she is able to keep living that mortal existence, there's also the small matter of a temporal paradox and a second Sabrina ruling over Hell to deal with.

In this teaser, we see both Sabrinas getting their witch on while kneeling next to a crystal ball. It seems like the pair are working together, but we have no idea whether or not this alliance is temporary or permanent. There certainly seems to be a shared enemy between the two in the form of the Eldritch Terrors, but if they all find themselves dispatched, what happens next? Speaking of which, it seems like we get a glimpse of those horrors.

The appearance of The Eldritch Terrors

The Eldritch Terrors form a nice, witchy parallel with the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse — there are four of them (The Weird, The Returned, The Darkness and The Void), each of whom you probably want to mess with less and less as they are unveiled. If — let's be honest, once — The Void shows up, Sabrina and company are in the End of All Things time. In the teaser trailer, we catch a glimpse of what we're assuming are each of the respective first three horrors.

First we've got ourselves the image of a miner wearing a terrifying gas mask. Is this a Terror? We can't be sure, but it does pay homage to a very classic horror movie called My Bloody Valentine.

The tease also shows off what appears to be a tree monster in gold armor and fur robes spewing out bugs. There's something almost Narnia-esque about the design for this figure, but the bugs really suggests someone similar to Pestilence from the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.

Eldritch Terror number three is a bit of a mystery. We do see some creatures, but something we really took note of in the trailer was what appears to be Theo (Lachlan Watson) being possessed. Is it possible that one (or all) of the Horrors might wind up possessing Sabrina's friends?

In the final moments of the teaser, we see the whole gang waiting, literally tied up together surrounding a sarcophagus as a yawning interdimensional portal opens. We're guessing this is The Void, and we are assuming our heroes have a plan.

Whose honey comes with a sting: Sabrina or Nick?

One other very interesting element to the Sabrina teaser isn't a visual at all — it's the song that's playing in the background. The song is "Honey" by Luna Aura and, honestly, the lyrics could be used to describe multiple people in this trailer.

The chorus to "Honey" goes: "Oh say my name now, don't make me wait now. You weren't ready for a girl like me. My honey's only sweet if you can take the sting." Obviously, there's a very good chance that this is a song of triumph for Sabrina. The devil (and basically every other villain who's walked through her door) has wanted Sabrina in one form or other. Sabrina has stridently refused to give it away" from day one, but perhaps now she's going to give up some equivalent of honey along with a very big sting.

Alternatively, the song could be in reference to the other Sabrina — the hell goddess Sabrina. Perhaps Sabrina #1 has underestimated the intentions of her doppelganger. Or, speaking of underestimating, there is always the possibility that the song is not about any girl at all — maybe we're being warned about Nick. This teaser trailer does feature our Mr. Scratch in a letterman's jacket, and we know he wants to win Sabrina back — but does he have more malicious intentions?

As you'd expect, the Sabrina teaser provides more questions than answers. We'll find out exactly what it all means on December 31, 2020.