The Sabrina the Teenage Witch cast had a lovely reunion for the show's 15th anniversary

Every child of the nineties knows just how important Sabrina the Teenage Witch was, and let's face it, we all wanted to be her at some point, if only to get ready for school faster.

A whole new generation is set to be entranced by Sabrina the Teenage Witch in the much anticipated Netflix reboot, but before that arrives, Entertainment Weekly decided to get the cast back together to talk about what made the original series so special. Even the dude who plays Salem was there!

The show ran from 1996 all the way up to 2003 as we watched Sabrina go from a high school kid coming to terms with who she was to a full blown adult dealing with college, work, romance and of course, magical powers.

Sabrina the Teenage Witch went through many changes over the years, with many cast members leaving, but the reunion featured familiar faces from the earlier and later days of the show.

They also chatted to those behind-the-scenes including creator Nell Scovell who said: "The girls who were 10 when they started watching are now in their 30s, and it’s so much fun.

"Like if I go to a meeting and someone meets me at the elevator and as we’re walking to her boss’ office she’ll often lean in and say, ‘Oh my god I loved Sabrina.’ And that always makes me feel really happy."


Beth Broderick, who played Sabrina’s wise and rational Aunt Zelda said, "I still have young women come up to me and say, ‘You were my childhood, you’re like my second mom. I listened to your advice when I was 9 and you were right.'"

While leading lady Melissa Joan Hart said: "Every actor wants to have that one role that’s iconic, that speaks to people, that people relate to it.

"When fans come to us and say, ‘We grew up with you,’ that is the biggest compliment we could ever receive for working hard all those years… It just makes us feel good that so many people enjoyed it and enjoyed our work and what more can you ask for?"

The reunion actually took place last October at Stan Lee’s L.A. Comic Con but the video of interviews are now available to mark the show's 15th anniversary.

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