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Netflix will drop a ‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ holiday episode

The Spellmans are celebrating winter solstice.
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If you've already watched the first season of the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, which debuted last month, you might be pleased to learn that Netflix has a holiday episode of the series in the works. The streaming giant will release Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: A Midwinter's Tale on December 14th, and it will focus on the Spellman crew as they and their coven celebrate the winter solstice.

Like many events in Netflix's Sabrina, the Church of Night celebrates its winter holiday in a similar manner to mortals, it just adds a bit of darkness to its version. Winter solstice celebrations apparently swap Christmas carols for pagan carols and instead of holiday-themed rhymes or tales, witches tell ghost stories. Plus, like mortal holidays, those of witches also tend to bring guests and visitors, though they're not always welcome.

You can see glimpses of the episode in Netflix's holiday preview video below. In one clip, Aunt Hilda tells Sabrina that they're going to watch her favorite Christmas movie, and in another we see the Spellmans enjoying a warm drink by the fire. Check out the video below to see what else Netflix has lined up for the season.

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