'Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina' Star Ross Lynch's Comments On Part 2's Love Triangle Sound Ominous For Harvey

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Sabrina Spellman's love life is shaping up to be quite complicated, to say the least. Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina star Ross Lynch's comments on the love triangle brewing between Sabrina and his mortal character Harvey Kinkle and mysterious warlock Nicholas Scratch (Gavin Leatherwood) make it seem like the situation may not even be three sided. "I think it’s a love square, personally," Lynch shared in a recent interview with Cosmopolitan "But the love triangle has a bit of a ring to it."

Either way, fans of the bewitching Netflix series can expect to see Sabrina (Kiernan Shipka) as torn between the two men as she was about choosing her mortal life or that which came after she finally signed the Dark Lord's book in Season 1. And that dilemma will surely take center stage in the second season (streaming on Netflix beginning April 5). As Lynch elaborated to Cosmo:

Judging by the CAOS Part 2 trailer, it seems that Sabrina and Harvey will at the very least share a passionate kiss. In a fun offscreen twist, however, Lynch said on BuzzFeed News' AM2DM that he was actually Team Nick. Meanwhile, Leatherwood admitted that he's Team Harvey because he and Sabrina are "the OG loves."

For her part, Shipka also weighed in on Sabrina and Harvey's love, in an interview with Collider, saying "there's that love that's always going to be there" — but that their relationship remains on rocky ground.

"I don’t think we’re going to see them as enemies, but I think we’re gonna see a very different Harvey and Sabrina and in the second season just because both of them have grown so much and lost people and gained things," she said.

And as for her Academy of the Unseen Arts classmate, Nick Scratch, with whom she grew close in Season 1? Shipka added to Collider:

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Whether or not viewers see Sabrina make a decision one way or the other, it's safe to say that the darker new season will work its magic to enchant viewers along the way regardless.