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Melissa Joan Hart Relives the “Female Power” on Sabrina the Teenage Witch

Ah, what it means to be a witch, to be a mortal, to be a youngster…and to get good community scores. 

E!’s True Hollywood Story, airing at this time, Nov. 22, dives deeper into ABC’s T.G.I.F. lineup within the Nineteen Nineties, together with Household Issues, Step By Step, Two Guys, A Woman and A Pizza Place, Full Home and Sabrina the Teenage Witch. The approaching-of-age sitcom, helmed by Melissa Joan Hart, particularly marked a brand new community foray into showcasing various kinds of households on-screen. 

Sabrina simply added one thing totally different to the T.G.I.F. lineup in that you simply now had this character who’s simply studying about her talents as a witch,” journalist Josh Sorokach defined in an unique sneak peek of the particular. “Sabrina was in a position to merge actual teenage life with enjoyable, foolish, supernatural parts and a speaking cat. It is at all times enjoyable to have a speaking cat round.” 

Sorokach added, “The primary episode of Sabrina, she’s the brand new lady at school and he or she has an issue with the college bully. That is a really relatable side, however she by chance turns the college bully right into a pineapple.” 

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