It’s a simple Hollywood story, really. Boy meets girl. Boy has a secret. Boy reveals secret to girl. Boy breaks up with girl “to protect her.” Girl starts dating someone else (someone worse than boy—she’s not really that into it). Boy gets jealous and messes everything up. Boy gets back together with girl because they’re “endgame.”
There are a lot of questions surrounding the ending of Netflix’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Part 2. Note: Spoilers ahead. What will Aunts Hilda and Zelda do with the witches and warlocks that survived Father Blackwood’s lethal plan? What will happen to Ms. Wardwell now that she’s no longer possessed by Lilith? How will Sabrina and her friends save Nick from Hell? But the biggest question that I have is: Why did they have to make Satan, the Dark Lord, Mister Lucifer Morningstar, so hot in his true form?
On the Solstice, after finally becoming an official member of the Church of Night, Sabrina decides to continue to flaunt her lack of respect for authority by seeking to summon the spirit of her mother. Diana was established to be stuck in mortal limbo last season.
A Midwinter’s Tale does the work of a Christmas special in the sense that the storyline is not too heavy, but it does carry on some important plot elements and works as a bridge for the upcoming season two of the series. Mostly through exploring what the status quo for all of Sabrina’s relationships shall be.