It’s time to rejoice Chilling Adventures of Sabrina fans because you don’t have to wait much longer for a new episode. Netflix is giving us all an early gift with the upcoming Christmas special that is hitting the streaming service on Dec. 14. Sabrina Spellman herself Kiernan Shipka took to Instagram to share a festive pic that already has everyone counting down the days until the episode arrives.

“HAPPY SOLSTICE!!!! We’ve got a #Caos holiday ep and it’s INSANE. Plus there’s an extra extra super special secret surprise in it that I think everyone is going to freak out about,” she wrote in the caption.

OK girl, way to be all mysterious on us! The stand-alone episode is called “A Midwinter’s Tale” and will be about Sabrina and her crew celebrating the Winter Solstice. But we can already imagine, Christmas at the Spellman residence isn’t your typical holiday bash.

“The Church of Night, like all covens, celebrates the Winter Solstice — the longest night of the year — when families gather together around the Yule Fire to sing pagan carols, tell ghost stories and huddle against the supernatural creatures that come out to cause mischief. Since the Winter Solstice is when the veil between this world and the next is at its thinnest, it’s the perfect time to conduct a séance — which Sabrina convenes, to try and contact her mother. But the holidays are also a time for guests and visitors — both welcome and unwelcome — and you never know what might come down the chimney,” an official Netflix press release said.

Time to get the popcorn ready for this one! Fans obviously flew through Season 1 of the show and Season 2 is currently being filmed, with an official release date not out in the world quite yet. So until we get 10 more episodes, this Christmas edition we have a feeling will totally make it worth it.

Check out Netflix’s full holiday movie sizzle reel to see what other gems are coming your way this holiday season!

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