Chilling Adventures of the Feminist Agenda
Madam Satan is just the feminist agenda in disguise, and I'm not sorry about that at all.
Chilling Adventures of Power
Signing your name away to the devil isn't exactly powerful on paper, and yet Prudence and the Weird Sisters prove time and time again that it won't stop them. They control their domain and they prove that women can always find a way to wield power, even if it isn't always with the best of intentions.
Chilling Adventures of Crushing the Patriarchy
In my Chilling Adventures of Sabrina reviews, I've continuously highlighted the way the show has their lead crushing the patriarchy's attempt to push her down. The Baptism is a big portion of that because it is Sabrina literally being yanked back to the forceful ceremony that makes her sign herself away, only for her to escape all dirty but empowered by her ability to choose her future.
Chilling Adventures of Powerful Threats
Madam Satan makes us wish we could threaten our enemies the way that she does. Holding your ground is definitely the definition of empowering to me.
Chilling Adventures of Faith
An interesting twist of empowerment comes from the conversation of faith, the center of Sabrina and Prudence's conflict. The show treats it very well, giving a platform to both characters but more importantly possibly relating it back to the real world.
Chilling Adventures of Protection
Hilda standing up for Susie was a powerful reminder that you have an ally when you least expect it. Even though these two didn't share scenes together before, there was no doubt that Hilda would be there for Susie and who doesn't love that?