'Sabrina The Teenage Witch' Cast Reunite In Magical Video — And Are Down For A Reboot

Rae Batchelor
The main three stars from Sabrina The Teenage Witch

It seems like pretty much every media powerhouse from our childhoods and teenage years has gotten another chance at the spotlight, whether it's more episodes like with Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Will & Grace, Roseanne/The Connors, or a reunion or retrospective special like Harry Potter or Friends.

There's one magical property that some of us have been waiting very patiently to get a shot at coming back, and there's finally a little bit of hope for it.

'Sabrina The Teenage Witch' is one of the best shows from our childhoods.

A scene from Sabrina The Teenage Witch
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The show, that followed Sabrina (Melissa Joan Hart), her aunts Zelda and Hilda (Beth Broderick and Caroline Rhea), her talking cat Salem, and her boyfriend Harvey (Nate Richert) as she navigated being a teenager and a witch at the same time, ran for seven years from 1996-2003.

Some of the cast just shared a magical reunion video to TikTok.

In the video, Caroline Rhea, Melissa Joan Hart, and Nate Richert test their knowledge of modern music — not surprisingly, Caroline was the most up-to-date on the pop hits, which is exactly what we'd expect from Aunt Hilda.

It warms my heart to see these guys together again!

If you, like all of us, had been hoping for a more substantial reunion, don't lose hope — the cast is on board!

Sbarina casting a spell from her fingertips.

"Everybody talks all the time about what a reboot would look like and is that if we're married, do we have kids that then find out that they have powers, and then the great aunts come along," Melissa Joan Hart said earlier this year when asked about a reboot.

"I think Tyler Perry plays like Salem and we'd have some fun," she went on.

Salem from Sabrina The Teenage Witch.

Would you be excited for a Sabrina continuation, or are you happier just watching and re-watching the original series? Let us know where you stand in the comments!