Derek Charm to take on Jughead's unique charm for as long as Archie Comics' will let him.
As Ryan North and Derek Charm replace original the creative team of Chip Zdarsky and Erica Henderson.
Ryan North and Derek Charm take over the Archie Comics series, and introduce a little magic to the all-new Riverdale in September.
Last year, Archie Comics rebooted their main character and introduced a version of Archie and Riverdale High built around modern-day sensibilities . So far, we’ve seen updated takes on Betty , Veronica , and Reggie; this September, the magic comes back when teenage sorceress Sabrina guest-stars in the ongoing Jughead series. Read more...
Among its haters: Pat Robertson and Elvira, Mistress of the Dark.
For almost a decade, Melissa Joan Hart played a witch on television, which drew the ire of some Christians. Now that she is portraying a very different role, that of a devout Christian teacher in the film "God's Not Dead 2," people still have something to complain about, says the 39-year-old actress. This time, however, her critics seem to be the opposite crowd.
Melissa Joan Hart revealed she's been in talks for reboots for "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch" and "Clarissa Explains it All."
There are lots and lots of reboots, revivals and remakes in the works right now. While there are so many that it?s becoming impossible to keep track of all of them, it seems as if the remake machine may not be slowing down one bit.Click To Continue Reading
There are good reboots, there are bad reboots, and then there are Melissa Joan Hart reboots. In an interview on the talk show FABLife yesterday, Hart revealed that she was headed to a meeting to discuss the possible reboot of Sabrina The Teenage Witch or Clarissa Explains It All. Show More Summary
From Sabrina the Teenage Witch to Breaking Bad
With Archie and Jughead already part of the reboot, Betty and Veronica on the way soon and Sabrina the Teenage Witch reimagined as a gothic Lovecraftian horror story, the one major title that seems missing from Archie's current lineup is Josie and the Pussycats. Show More Summary
Melissa Joan Hart is teasing that a reboot of the classic 1990’s comedy Sabrina, the Teenage Witch may be in the works sooner rather than later. Hart made the big Sabrina admission in a new interview with Popsugar, where Melissa confessed that there have been rumblings about bringing the series back to TV in recent... Show More Summary
Anyone who really, really knows me knows how much I love Clarissa Explains It All and Sabrina, the Teenage Witch. Even though they are typically surprised to hear that I'm such a huge fan - and are probably a little weirded out whenShow More Summary
In the current version of the main-line Archie universe, Archie is still recovering from a breakup with Betty and just starting his relationship with Veronica, and Sabrina the Teenage Witch is... Well, Sabrina's currently in the '50s dealing with Lovecraftian horrors and human sacrifice. Show More Summary
Sabrina the Teenage Witch dominated the TGIF lineup when it premiered in 1996. It aired Friday nights on ABC, alongside Boy Meets World, Family Matters, and Two of a Kind. And it was much, much weirder than any of those. And weirder than even just a regular show about a teenage witch might have been. Read more...
The former star of “Sabrina, the Teenage Witch” and “Clarissa Explains It All” has a new reality series in the works. Deadline.com reports that Melissa Joan Hart is working with 44 Blue Productions to develop the family docuseries “Sweet Harts.”...
A congrats is in order for actress Soleil Moon Frye! The 39-year-old Sabrina the Teenage Witch alum is expecting her fourth child with husband Jason Golberg. “Excited to share some big news. Feeling beyond blessed. #ClearblueConfirmed #growingfamily @Clearblue #ad #grateful,” she tweeted while stepping out for the Baby2Baby Gala on Saturday (November 14) in Culver [...]
We already knew the plot of God's Not Dead 2. This time, Melissa Joan Hart (from Sabrina the Teenage Witch and Clarissa Explains It All) is a high school teacher who quotes the Bible in class and gets sued by a student (Hayley Orrantia of The Goldbergs) who believes in separation of church and state. Show More Summary
Few characters in the history of comics have had the success that Sabrina the Teenage Witch has. Originally created by George Gladir and Dan DeCarlo in 1962, Sabrina Spellman would go on to star in multiple TV shows, arguably eclipsing even that redheaded Andrews kid as Archie's most recognizable character. Show More Summary
Sabrina the Teenage Witch has been having a rough couple of years. These days, her most pressing concerns revolve around things like inadvertently causing a zombie apocalypse that resulted in the complete destruction of Riverdale, and,...Show More Summary