Sabrina's Secret Life

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Sabrina's Secret Life
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Le Secret de Sabrina
Genre
Based on
Developed by Jean Chalopin
Directed byPascal Gaugry
Starring
Opening theme"Who's Makin' Magic?"
Ending theme"Who's Makin' Magic?" (Instrumental)
ComposerJean-Michel Guirao [1]
Country of originFrance
United States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes26
Production
Executive producers
  • Andy Heyward
  • Michael Maliani
  • Claude Ravier
  • Michael I. Siberkleit
  • Richard H. Goldwater
ProducerChuck Grimes
Running time22 minutes
Production companies Archie Comics Entertainment, LLC
Les Studios Tex SARL
DIC Entertainment Corporation
Distributor DIC Entertainment
Release
Original network Syndication ( DIC Kids Network )
TF1 (France)
Original releaseNovember 10, 2003 (2003-11-10) 
February 3, 2004 (2004-02-03)
Chronology
Preceded by Sabrina: Friends Forever

Sabrina's Secret Life (French: Le Secret de Sabrina) is a 2003 animated television series based on the Archie Comics character Sabrina, the Teenage Witch co-produced by DIC Entertainment Corporation and Les Studios Tex SARL. It originally aired in syndication on the DIC Kids Network block in 2003 as a sequel series to Sabrina: The Animated Series (and Sabrina: Friends Forever ). [2]

Contents

This was the final series to be produced by Les Studios Tex, as they ceased operations around the time the show ended.

Overview

In this series, Sabrina Spellman is 14 years old (two years older than she was in Sabrina: The Animated Series and one year older than she was in the Friends Forever movie, but still younger than usually portrayed in the comics) attending Greendale High School. [3] Chloe and her family have moved away, Gem Stone attends a private school far away from Greendale and Uncle Quigley, Pi and the Spookie Jar have mysteriously vanished. Sabrina's new best friend is a girl named Maritza; additionally, Sabrina still has a crush on her friend Harvey. Although Sabrina's Secret Life is set during her high school years, Sabrina's magic is considerably less strong than it was in the original series. Unlike the previous series, where Sabrina made magic with a wave of her hand and an incantation, here she uses a wand to cast spells. Most of the original voice cast did not return for this series.

Characters

Episodes

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleWritten byOriginal air date
21"At the Hop"Hans LukasNovember 10, 2003 (2003-11-10)
Both Sabrina and Cassandra want to ask Harvey to the school dance, but Maritza asks instead for Sabrina. Cassandra and Sabrina then make a potion as revenge for Maritza to be used on the night of the dance.
32"School Spirit"Carter CrockerNovember 11, 2003 (2003-11-11)
Sabrina is determined to become "the best" by beating Cassandra in the school fundraiser by selling the most cookie dough and monster mix boxes. But Cassandra messes with Sabrina's cookie dough and monster mix, causing all the mortals in Sabrina's neighborhood to turn into monsters.
53"I'm a Slave For Who?"Jean LoperNovember 17, 2003 (2003-11-17)
Sabrina puts a spell on Harvey so that he would devote all of his time to her. When Sabrina finds it annoying that Harvey follows her around everywhere, she tries to reverse the spell, only to find out that it makes Harvey egotistical.
64"Putting Off" Phil Harnage November 18, 2003 (2003-11-18)

Sabrina leaves her class report on Attila the Hun to the last minute and struggles to find information on him. She then conjures him up from the past where he fights with Genghis Khan, the person who Cassandra conjured up for her report.

Villains: Attila the Hun and Genghis Khan
165"Just a Rumor"Carter CrockerNovember 24, 2003 (2003-11-24)

Cassandra starts spreading rumors about Harvey (that he cheated on his math test) and Sabrina (that she dyed her hair blonde) around the school. Sabrina tries to track down the source of the rumors and eventually pays a visit to the "Rumor Mill" in the Netherworld, where all of the Rumors have been set free and escaped to Greendale.

Villain: The Rumors
126"Green-Eyed Monster"William MartinNovember 25, 2003 (2003-11-25)

Cassandra fakes an arm injury so that Harvey would spend more time with her. It works and Cassandra makes Sabrina jealous of all the attention she is receiving from Harvey. Sabrina then ruins her potion in class and accidentally conjures a green worm that makes everybody jealous of each other.

Villain: Jealousy Worm
137"Lather, Rinse, Repent"Hans LukasDecember 1, 2003 (2003-12-01)
Sabrina uses a magic hair lotion that makes her hair smooth, silky and curly. All the boys in school start to admire her for her hair. This makes Sabrina take advantage of her new popularity. Cassandra then takes the lotion bottle and gives some to the whole school, who turn into werewolves after using it.
158"J'achoo"Martha ClaireDecember 2, 2003 (2003-12-02)

Sabrina gets the highly contagious "Gargoyle Flu" and refuses to take Salem and her aunts' advice to stay in bed until she is fully cured. But Sabrina ignores that and uses a sleeping potion on Salem to go to a Netherworld party.

Villain: Gargoyle Flu.
19"Living Her Dreams"Michel TroullietDecember 8, 2003 (2003-12-08)

Sabrina delays upgrading her broomstick for Witch School to go to "Dreamland" (in the Netherworld) instead. She uses up her credits to see herself as an Egyptian princess ordering around Margaux, Tiffany and Cassandra (her slaves/worshippers) in a palace. But Cassandra is then almost killed, and it is up to Sabrina to save her.

Villain: Dreamland manager.
410"Teacher's Pet"Michel TroullietDecember 9, 2003 (2003-12-09)
Salem becomes Sabrina and Cassandra's History of Witches teacher. Sabrina takes advantage of her class and fails to study. This leads her to get an 'F' in her pop quiz. After trying to retrieve Salem (who resigned from his post), Sabrina learns that it was important to study and that she should have paid attention in her class.
1711"Pet Peeve" Jean Chalopin December 15, 2003 (2003-12-15)

Cassandra ruins Sabrina's spell in Witch School, but she has another chance to recast it. With the spell comes a 'hamster' who is wanted by the Netherworld Detectives working with the Police. Sabrina keeps the hamster and names him Spunky. Salem, on a number of occasions, gets framed by Spunky for doing bad things. The 'hamster' is in fact a disguise of a warthog, whose real name is Carnivorous. He broke out of Netherworld prison and is after Sabrina to drain her of her innate magical powers, which also weakens her physically. This will then cause her to fall into an enchanted sleep.

Villain: Spunky.
1112"Half There"William MartinDecember 16, 2003 (2003-12-16)
Both Sabrina and Cassandra want to try out for the part of Ophelia in the school play " Hamlet," since Harvey is going to play the lead character. Sabrina's audition turns into a disaster when Cassandra ruins her performance by using an invisibility potion to trick her. Soon they both try to get even with each other, but it turns out wrong when the potion gets out of control and they constantly fade unaware. Salem tells them to go to the "Middle of Nowhere" in the Netherworld to find an antidote. Maritza ends up getting the part of Ophelia, even though she did not try out.
713"Matchmaker Sabrina"Michel TroullietDecember 22, 2003 (2003-12-22)
After Sabrina gets slightly jealous that Cassandra got to read Juliet's lines to Harvey who was playing Romeo in class, she tries to make Mr. Snipe fall in love with Ms. Magrooney using a spell she found. It works and she soon finds an antidote to the spell in the "Grey Area" in the Netherworld; after the spell goes out of control. She tries to reverse the spell, but instead of reversing Mr. Snipe's love for Ms. Magrooney, it makes Ms. Magrooney fall in love with Mr. Snipe. She then goes as a last resort to Enchantra (the Queen of Witches) to ask for help. After the problem is fixed, Sabrina has to repay Mr. Snipe by cleaning his class of flowers, a Cupid statue and chocolate boxes, all given as gifts by Ms. Magrooney.
814"Sabrina, Part Two"Jean ChalopinDecember 23, 2003 (2003-12-23)

After Sabrina gets in trouble by her paternal aunts for using much stronger and more advanced magic duplication, she and Cassandra conjure up Doppelgängers of themselves so that they can attend Witch School and go to Harvey's party at the same time. But the duplication spell goes wrong when the Doppelgangers switch personalities and Sabrina's doppelgänger ruins Harvey's party, plotting to become the real Sabrina. 'Sabrina' then gets taken back to her world after being caught by Enchantra in the Netherworld, where the two Cassandras and Sabrina were chasing her to rescue Harvey.

Villain: Sabrina's Doppelgänger.
915"Spell-ing Bee"Jean LoperDecember 29, 2003 (2003-12-29)
When Sabrina and Cassandra are asked to take part in the "Netherworld Spelling Bee" together, they practice on their own. Sabrina decides on using the spell that her aunts used when they were in the Spelling Bee. When Sabrina rehearses the spell in front of her aunts, they become joined by the heads and have no choice but to go to the Spelling Bee like that, but with a cloak covering one head. When Sabrina tries to reverse the spell on her aunts, it works, except Sabrina and Cassandra are now the ones who are joined head-to-head. Through teamwork (when they confess the truth), they conjure up a monkey riding a horse and manage to win the Spelling Bee.
1816"Best of Show"Jean ChalopinDecember 30, 2003 (2003-12-30)

When Cassandra gets an A+ on her story and Sabrina an A− on hers, she is furious and determined to beat Cassandra at something. Harvey intends to enter his dog Billbow in a dog show and Sabrina becomes his trainer, but she takes the competition a little too seriously and gets fired, only using him to beat Cassandra who intends to enter her 'dog' too in the contest. Her 'dog' is actually her bunny, whom she transforms into a poodle and names him Olympia.

Sabrina then finds out and turns Salem into a dog; whom she enters into the dog show. They both use magic to cheat in the dog show and Cassandra uses catnip to distract Salem while he is doing his talent: skating with magic rollerblades. In the end, Harvey and Billbow win the "Best of Show" contest.
1417"Food 'Tude"Jean ChalopinJanuary 5, 2004 (2004-01-05)
When Salem uses a spell on Sabrina's clothes to get them quickly washed and dried (after he slept on them), it accidentally shrinks her jeans. She notices that they suddenly become tight for her and starts exercising and starving herself. This causes her to lose concentration in class and she ends up with cafeteria detention. Salem then finally confesses to shrinking her jeans when he notices that Sabrina feels more and more tired. While on her second cafeteria detention, she dreams that she gets armed against General Cheesehead and his troops who are trying to persuade her to eat healthily. But that dream becomes reality when she does get armed against General Cheesehead, who storms into the school and ties everyone up onto the ceiling, including Hilda, Zelda and Salem. Sabrina fixes the problem by learning her lesson... and having to serve another cafeteria detention as punishment.
1018"Baby Makes Three"Jean ChalopinJanuary 6, 2004 (2004-01-06)
Whilst Hilda and Zelda are off to the "Netherworld Beauty Spa," Sabrina hosts a secret party at her house. But a babysitter by the name of Ms. Pratt comes to babysit Sabrina before her guests arrive. Salem comes up with a plan: he distracts Ms. Pratt while Sabrina searches for her aunts' spell book to make Ms. Pratt young. Thinking that Ms. Pratt is 80, Sabrina adds six times the ingredients, hoping to make her 20. But she isn't as old as Sabrina thinks. When she casts the spell, Ms. Pratt turns into a baby, just as Maritza comes in. They both tend to Ms. Pratt and go to a store to buy baby-supplies in a baby carriage Salem transformed from a pumpkin. He then finds out that the transformation will end soon and rushes to tell Sabrina. He catches up with her and Maritza just as they leave the store and the baby carriage turns back into a pumpkin. They return home and Sabrina's guests come in. While Sabrina is warming up milk for Ms. Pratt, the lights go out and Cassandra gets suspicious. She finds Ms. Pratt sleeping and goes through her bag where she finds Ms. Pratt's identity card with her real picture on it. She then turns her back into an adult and leaves the party with her friends. The friends who stayed behind have a party downstairs and Harvey notices Ms. Pratt come peep into the room. When Sabrina finds out that Ms. Pratt is an adult again, she calls off the party to find Hilda and Zelda at home. Ms. Pratt returns home, dropping off Sabrina's friends on the way.
2019"Hot Item"Jean ChalopinJanuary 12, 2004 (2004-01-12)
Sabrina and Cassandra take a trip to the Netherworld with Ms. Magrooney to learn about the history of magical creatures. While there, Cassandra gets hit with chocolate chip cookies by Alchemus Al for almost taking his gold. He accidentally mistook her for a gold-snatching beast. Sabrina takes an egg home that she believes to be a rock to add to her collection, even though Ms. Magrooney gave strict orders not to touch anything or take anything home as a souvenir. During the night, the egg hatches and a dragon pops out. Sabrina names him Baby D. and is reluctant to return him back to his mother, but decides to keep him due to his cuteness. The dragon is the beast that Alchemus Al spoke about that was attracted to shiny objects. It steals Salem's rhinestone dress-collar, Sabrina's watch and Cassandra's expensive necklace. Since Maritza had wanted the necklace before Cassandra did in the store, she blames her for the theft. Sabrina finds out that Baby D. is the culprit and tries to return him back to his hometown, but the spell fails. Alchemus Al appears and they try to trap Baby D. and return him to his mother. They try to distract him with cookies, but it does not work since Baby D. has "diamond-eye," which means he cannot see the cookies, only the diamonds. They then finally manage to return him to his mother.
2120"What's In a Name?"Jean ChalopinJanuary 13, 2004 (2004-01-13)
Sabrina and Cassandra are on a mission to find the rarest herb known to witches: "Salviar Mascaria"; after Sabrina accidentally spills all of it in her potion and that causes it to explode, drowning her, Cassandra and Mr. Snipe in the remainders of the potion. When they get to the Netherworld, Cassandra (accompanied with Mavista) and Sabrina (accompanied with Salem) compete to find it first, but they hold each other back at the start: Cassandra makes Sabrina's legs get rooted to the ground and Sabrina turns Cassandra into a living doll. Cassandra then manages to find the herb, but it is a trap and she and Mavista get eaten by a dragon. After they manage to get out of the dragon, they come face-to-face with Sabrina and Salem, who have also managed to find the herb. Sabrina and Cassandra both start casting rapid spells at each other that causes Salem and Mavista to turn into stuffed animals. They then get help from a familiar tree that they had saved before and, with his advice, manage to follow the right path until they get lost. They then call a truce just as Salem and Mavista turn back into real animals; who also call a truce between each other. Along the way, they both try to repair "The Forgotten Bridge," but Sabrina's and Cassandra's spell backfires and a monster made of rock chases after them, crushing the herb along the way. They then run into the "Grey Area" and Sabrina tries to find a way out until they find a beautiful kingdom ran by a Cyclops who has an entire field filled with "Salviar Mascaria." Cassandra and Salem take some, planning to use it to become rich (Cassandra) and take over the world (Salem). The Cyclops appears and traps them in a cage, as he is planning to eat them. Sabrina and Cyclops learn their lesson after his feelings got hurt when Cassandra called him names. They then return to Mr. Snipe within the two-hour curfew with the "Salviar Mascaria."
2221"Greendale Idol"Jean ChalopinJanuary 19, 2004 (2004-01-19)
Sabrina and Maritza are excited when they find out that "Teen Talent Quest" is holding a talent competition in Greendale. Sabrina and Maritza both enter the competition, hoping to beat Cassandra who held a winner's bet: the winner gets to ask Harvey to the "backward dance." Sabrina joins Harvey's band (which they call "Sabrina and the Harvtones) and Cassandra forms a band with Tiffany and Margaux. After promising Sabrina she would not use magic to cheat, she asks her Aunt Enchantra to make her band good for her. When Sabrina hears a beautiful singing voice in the school, she thinks it is Cassandra and gets even with her by casting a spell that makes her band popular when she sings the spell. When Sabrina gets a 'D' in her assignment and Cassandra a 'D−' on hers, Mr. Snipe bribes Cassandra with a good grade in return for a cheque. At the "Teen Talent Quest," Sabrina sings with her band and Cassandra unleashes her potion that was given to her by Aunt Enchantra, at the same time. The potion gets out of control when everybody starts fighting and the judges choose the winner based on the highest bidder. Cassandra sets out to win by getting her cheque-book ready, but then they hear Maritza sing and fix the spell together. It is then that Sabrina notices that it was Maritza, not Cassandra, singing in the school. Maritza becomes the winner of "Teen Talent Quest" and becomes Harvey's date to the "backward dance."
2622"Time Flies"Jean ChalopinJanuary 20, 2004 (2004-01-20)
Sabrina promises to go to the "Plain Brain" concert with Maritza, which is at the same time Sabrina promised to go to the "Netherworld Hyper Spa" with her aunts. When she cancels out on the concert and wishes she could go to both the concert and the spa, a green worm (by the name of Wiggles) pops out of the crystal ball her aunts gave to her. He presents her with a magic gold dial and a manual that allows her to travel back in time whenever she wants. She fails to read the manual and uses it instantaneously to go back to the day Maritza asks her to go to the concert with her. They go to the concert twice and then Sabrina goes with her aunts to the spa twice. After overusing the watch a few times, Sabrina misses the concert and sleeps through the weekend. She begins to notice strange things happening when she (and the watch) age rapidly, Harvey is Maritza's boyfriend and they have no idea who she is. To make matters worse, the watch breaks. When Hilda calls in Wiggles, he too is shocked at Sabrina's state and explains the reason why it happened: she redid the same events more than once. After filling in the refund forms for the watch, Sabrina, Hilda and Zelda go to a place in the Netherworld, where Sabrina learns her lesson and goes back to the time (as a teenager) when Maritza asked her to the concert.
1923"Here's Looking At You"Jean ChalopinJanuary 26, 2004 (2004-01-26)
Sabrina forgets to help Maritza with her science project after oversleeping and cancel their friendship. Meanwhile at the magic School, Sabrina and Cassandra discover a magic mirror with a rude personality that sends them to an alternate world where everyone at Greendale High School are witches, except for Sabrina and Cassandra.
2424"Cat Man Do"Jean ChalopinJanuary 27, 2004 (2004-01-27)

The evil Toc-Toc gets released for revenge on Salem, so Sabrina turns him into a student to hide away. However, when they accuse a new student, Hex, to be Toc-Toc, they all get sent into the netherworld and meet the real Toc-Toc, who thinks Hex is the real Salem.

Villain: Toc-Toc
2525"Witchycology"Jean ChalopinFebruary 2, 2004 (2004-02-02)

Sabrina and Maritza invite a professional skateboarder named Ricky Speed for a charity event that prevents pollution and littering. Meanwhile, Cassandra begins to litter and begins to hangs out with Olivia and Hay McGoblin, who are really creatures whose aims are to pollute the town and turn all witches into statues in order for the former to take over the netherworld.

Villain: Olivia
2326"Midsummer's Nightmare"Jean ChalopinFebruary 3, 2004 (2004-02-03)

After Sabrina and Cassandra sabotage each other to get the role of Titania in an adaptation of A Midsummer Night's Dream in order to be with Harvey, playing Oberon, Sabrina is made the director of the play and uses her role to stop Cassandra from being close to Harvey. When Puck turns up, he does the same thing with Cassandra in an attempt to steal Harvey's role.

Villain: Puck

Production

On October 7, 2002, DIC announced the series' production, which they revealed that the popularity of the live-action sitcom led the company to produce a new Sabrina cartoon to follow up on Sabrina: The Animated Series. DIC also confirmed that Sabrina's Secret Life would be shown off at MIPCOM 2002 for a fall 2003 release. [4] After MIPCOM 2002, DIC announced in November of that year that they had pre-sold the series to Super RTL in Germany, Televisa in Latin America, Fox Kids in Italy, Noga Communications in Israel and Saran in Turkey. [5]

In 2004, Disney Channels Worldwide purchased the pay rights to the series in United Kingdom, Asia, Taiwan, Australia, France, Latin America, Brazil, the Middle East, and Spain as part of a package with Sabrina: The Animated Series titled "Totally Sabrina", which would air on Disney Channel and Toon Disney networks. The package was also pre-sold to TF1 in France, RTÉ in Ireland, Mediaset in Italy, ORF in Austria, Alter Channel in Greece, FORTA in Spain, SBT in Brazil and Teletoon in Canada, alongside addition to broadcasters who already purchased Secret Life, like Super RTL, Noga Communications and Saran. [6]

Broadcast

In the United States, the show aired on DIC's Syndicated programming block DIC Kids Network. The show also reran on Toon Disney and Disney Channel for a short time from 2004-2005 and on CBS as part of the network's KOL Secret Slumber Party block in 2006-2007 and later again as part of the network's Cookie Jar TV block from September 18, 2010 to January 29, 2011, when it was replaced by Trollz and Horseland ; however, all DIC references in these later CBS broadcasts have been replaced by Cookie Jar references.

The show would later premiere in France on TF1 on October 25, 2004.

In Germany, the show broadcast as simply a third season of Sabrina, the Animated Series, both under the title Simsalabim Sabrina,. [7] [8]

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