"Dramatically different as Wanda Maximofff and Sabrina Spellman’s respective paths to the small screen were, the most recent seasons of both Disney+’s WandaVision and Netflix’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina have been particularly keen on telling stories about our relationships with television and nostalgia," says Charles Pulliam-Moore. He adds: "What’s fascinating about Chilling Adventures of Sabrina and WandaVision’s forays into meta-storytelling is how the two series found different ways to turn the nostalgia we feel into the very literal menaces threatening heroes we’re meant to cheer for. When Sabrina first steps into the Endless’ sitcom universe through a mirror, the show’s comedic callbacks to its ABC predecessor mean little to her because she’s got no real frame of reference for them outside of her own reality. To Sabrina, the Endless’ inescapable TV set and her aunts being portrayed by women she doesn’t recognize is the sort of mildly concerning twist of fate she’s grown accustomed to encountering as she flits across dimensions. To audiences, though, it was all meant to be a set of silly in-jokes harkening back to the days when millions of people made a point of watching whatever blocks of programming ABC aired on Friday nights."