Sabrina the Teenage Witch arrives Amazon Prime Video with every episode now streaming
Every single episode of Sabrina the Teenage Witch has been added to Amazon Prime Video just in time for Halloween.
Yes, all seven seasons and 163 episodes are available for a nostalgia-filled, binge-watch on the streaming service.
Fans can stream the entire Sabrina the Teenage Witch boxset with a Prime Video subscription.
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The series follows Sabrina Spellman, who lives with her 600-year-old witch aunts Hilda and Zelda, and learns she has magical powers on her 16th birthday.
Sabrina spends her time as a witch-in-training, while balancing it with her ‘normal’ teenage life of friends, boys, school and bullies.
The 90s and 00s classic features her talking cat and confidante Salem, enviable fashion, the ‘other realm’ of magical beings and an iconic opening credits scene.
The series premiered in 1996 on ABC in the US and ITV and Nickelodeon in the UK, and ended in 2003.
It ran for seven seasons and saw two spin-off films released, Sabrina Goes to Rome and Sabrina Down Under.
The series was hugely popular during its original run, reaching more than 12 million viewers in the US alone.
It’s since become a cult favourite and a new version of the show, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina – based on the comic book of the same name – premiered on Netflix.
Find out below how to stream the boxset and get all the nostalgia this Halloween.
How to stream Sabrina the Teenage Witch on Prime Video
To watch the Sabrina the Teenage Witch boxset head to amazon.co.uk/primevideo.
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Simply log into your account and get streaming, or sign up with a free 30-day trial.
Once you’re 30-day trial is finished, you can either continue it for £7.99 per month or £79.99 per year, or cancel it.
If you continue your membership you’ll receive benefits including next-day delivery and early access to Black Friday.
This October also sees the premiere of the television reboot of I Know What You Did Last Summer and Blumhouse Productions’ new horror films, Black As Night, Bingo Hell, Madres and The Manor.
Head to Amazon Prime Video to find out more and to stream content.