A 12-year-old version of Sabrina appeared in Sabrina: The Animated Series (1999–2000), produced by DIC Entertainment.The animated series was advertised as a spin-off of the live-action series and borrowed certain elements from it, but it was set in an alternate continuity closer to that of the comics, as it contradicted the live-action show's premise of Sabrina not knowing about magic prior to her sixteenth birthday.When it came to naming Sabrina I decided to name her after a woman I recalled from my junior high school days ...who was very active in school affairs, and who assigned a number of us to interview prominent people in the media.In addition, the woman's name had a New England ring to it.Some years later I recalled the woman's name was not Sabrina, but actually Sabra Holbrook." Originally, Sabrina was created by her two aunts, Hilda and Zelda Spellman, after a magic potion turned out wrong.
In 2012, Sabrina: Secrets of a Teenage Witch premiered also centering on a younger Sabrina.Jane Webb (The Archie Show; Filmation series) Melissa Joan Hart (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Spellbound) Emily Hart (Sabrina: The Animated Series) Britt Mc Killip (Sabrina's Secret Life) Ashley Tisdale (Sabrina: Secrets of a Teenage Witch) is the title character of the Archie Comics series Sabrina the Teenage Witch.Sabrina was created by writer George Gladir and designed by artist Dan De Carlo, and she first appeared in Archie's Mad House #22 in October 1962.When Sabrina tries performing the spell, the Predator leaps into her house and murders her and Salem.
When the police come to check the murder, the house disappears and the police are turned into goats.
She took a job with the fictitious Scorch Magazine, a music-themed magazine for which she interviews famous artists.