“I think we would do it in a heartbeat if we could,” Broderick says. “We're family. I was really excited just to come and see these girls.”
“If we could go back to the set tomorrow, I would do it,” Hart agrees.
Rhea admits she’s “annoyed” a new version of Sabrina is coming to TV, confessing she fears for her character’s legacy, calling the show “a bummer.”
“If they make Aunt Hilda mean, and, like, psycho?” she says. “It’s, like, dark!”
From what Hart knows, The CW’s version will be a “more millennial soap opera,” so more Buffy, the Vampire Slayer and less Bewitched -- which Bakay dubs “bulls**t.” Moon Frye and Donovan say they, too, hope the reboot doesn’t tarnish the original series’ legacy.
“Our version was family friendly,” Donovan notes. “It's magical, it's female driven. Everybody can watch it. It's smart and it's witty, and I feel really good about that. I keep saying that, but I really mean it.”
“I think we all in the world need some magic right now,” Moon Frye adds.
So far, creator Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa has only confirmed two original characters for the reboot: Sabrina and her love interest, Harvey.