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When the creators of The CW's hit show "Riverdale" announced they'd be taking on Sabrina Spellman, another one of the Archie Comics' iconic characters, we knew we were leaving our favorite witch in the perfect hands.

We know this because, thankfully, the show's writers have already shared quite a few details of their plan for the show. And now, we finally know when we'll see this plan carried through (hint: extremely soon).

Hell yeah: The reboot of '90s classic "Sabrina the Teenage Witch" will debut this fall.

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2018?! That's way sooner than expected.

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The series, titled "The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina," will air exclusively on Netflix. 

When, exactly? October 26.

That's just 17 days following "Riverdale's" season three premier, so you'll get to watch both series at once.

And you should, because Sabrina Spellman is based on a character from the same crop of Archie Comics.

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Will there be a crossover? Our senses say no. Were these series belonging to the same television network, they totally would. Unfortunately, such is not the case.

This time around, Kiernan Shipka, who you might recognize from "Mad Men," will play our beloved Sabrina. 

Ross Lynch, who just portrayed serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer in "My Friend Dahmer" will be everyone's ~dream boy~ Harvey Kinkle.

Lucy Davis is set to play Sabrina's sassy Aunt Hilda.

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And Aunt Zelda? She'll be portrayed by Miranda Otto.

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Unlike the silly and lighthearted "Sabrina" from our childhoods, "The Chilling Adventures" will be far darker and much grittier.

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The reboot's showrunner (the same one from "Riverdale") describes the series as "a dark coming-of-age story that traffics in horror, the occult and, of course, witchcraft."

He even cited "The Exorcist" and "Rosemary's Baby" as inspirations for it. 

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*shudders*

So prepare to be truly spooked, kiddos.

And just in time for Halloween! Yipee!