When Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa's Chilling Adventures of Sabrina started streaming on Netflix in late October 2018, it felt like the perfect pop culture gift, just in time for Halloween. Kiernan Shipka plays the half mortal, half witch Sabrina that we all know and love. Whether we tuned in because we were fans of the '90s sitcom Sabrina The Teenage Witch or because we loved the darker comic book series, we were happy to have another version of this magical story.
It's fun to take a look at our favorite TV characters and see what Myers-Briggs® personality type they would have. Here are the MBTIs of the eight main characters on Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.
8 Rosalind "Roz" Walker: INTJ
Jaz Sinclair plays one of Sabrina's good friends, Rosalind (called "Roz" for short). She's a perfect character for contemporary teen drama: she's intelligent, witty, and a total bookworm. Instead of her arc revolving around finding a pretty dress for a school dance or wondering if a boy in her Math class likes her, she has a really interesting storyline. When Roz learns that she will soon lose her ability to see, she also learns that she is having visions. That is part of her family background.
When it comes to what Myers-Briggs® personality type Roz is, it would have to be INTJ. The description is people who "Have original minds and great drive for implementing their ideas and achieving their goals." She keeps searching until she learns the truth about her situation and her family, and she's also "skeptical" and "independent."
7 Madam Satan: ENTJ
One of the villans on Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is Madam Satan. Played by Michelle Gomez, she used to be Sabrina's teacher Mary Wardwell, but she has been taken over by Madan Satan who is pure evil.
She's not the easiest match for an MBTI since she doesn't have an ounce of kindness or positive qualities in her body. But that being said, she sounds the most like ENTJ: "Frank, decisive, assume leadership readily." She's committed to the dark arts, and that means that she also sounds like this description: "Forceful in presenting their ideas." Anytime she appears on screen, fans wonder what mess she's going to make next.
6 Ambrose Spellman: ISFJ
Sabrina's cousin, played by Chance Perdomo, is a fantastic character. At the beginning of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, it seems like he will simply be a character who fades into the background and lives in the same house as Sabrina and her aunts. After all, he's not allowed to actually step foot outside the house. But he slowly asserts himself as a character to watch.
Ambrose is always observing what is going on, and he's a loyal member of the Spellman clan, which makes him an ISFJ. He matches the MBTI description: "Quiet, friendly, responsible, and conscientious. Committed and steady in meeting their obligations."
5 Susie Putnam: INFP
Lachlan Watson plays Sabrina's friend Susie Putnam, who is non-binary. Sabrina comes to her defense when Susie is put down at school.
Susie is someone who stands up for who they are and what they believe in. They stay super strong even though they saw their uncle Jesse Putnam die after he encountered a demon in the mines and became affected by it. That's definitely a lot for anyone, let alone a high schooler, to handle. Susie's MBTI would be INFP. They sound like the description: "Idealistic, loyal to their values and to people who are important to them. Want an external life that is congruent with their values." They also like to learn as much as they can about whatever is going on.
4 Aunt Hilda: ISFP
Sabrina's Aunt Hilda, played brilliantly by Lucy Davis, is as sweet as pie. She cares so much about her niece and always tries to help her, and she's so unassuming that her very own sister kills her and buries her in the cemetery outside their house.
When it comes to her Myers-Briggs® personality type, Aunt Hilda is definitely ISFP. She's "Quiet, friendly, sensitive, and kind." She's compassionate toward her family and she's not big on drama or fights. She's the kind of person who would invite you over, offer you tea and cookies, and you might not even know that she was actually a witch.
3 Aunt Zelda: ENTP
Fans of Sabrina the Teenage Witch definitely noticed that in this version, Aunt Zelda is more of a mean girl (or a mean witch). Miranda Otto excels in her chilly, crafty role and she takes absolutely no prisoners. She has no problem killing her own sister or doing anything that she has to in order to get what she wants.
Based on her tough personality, her Myers-Briggs® personality type would have to be ENTP. She fits this MBTI description perfectly: "Quick, ingenious, stimulating, alert, and outspoken." She is also "Bored by routine, will seldom do the same thing the same way, apt to turn to one new interest after another."
2 Harvey Kinkle: ENFJ
What's a teen drama without a good romance? Thankfully, Sabrina still has her trusty boyfriend, Harvey Kinkle (Ross Lynch). Harvey is dependable and sweet. He's very low-key and would never hurt a fly. It's tough to watch Sabrina struggle with whether to reveal her true witchy nature or keep Harvey in the dark about her situation along with her friends.
Harvey's MBTI is ENFJ. He sounds so much like the description, it's almost like it was made for him. He's "Warm, empathetic, responsive, and responsible." He's also loyal and happy to be around his friends. He's the kind of person that you can always count on no matter what. It's no wonder that Sabrina loves him, and together, they make the ultimate adorable high school couple.
1 Sabrina Spellman: ISTJ
The title character of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is an interesting case. She's sweet and wants to help those around her, but at the same time, she won't simply follow orders or ignore what her heart and gut are telling her to do.
Viewers cheered when Sabrina decided that she wanted to keep one foot in the mortal world and one foot in the world of dark magic. She doesn't want to give anything up.
Her MBTI would have to be ISTJ. She sounds just like it: "Practical, matter-of-fact, realistic, and responsible. Decide logically what should be done and work toward it steadily, regardless of distractions." Whether she's going up against the three mean girls at the Academy Of Unseen Arts or helping her friends, she's strong and independent. Sabrina's compelling character is just one reason to tune into this magical and mysterious show.