A large amount of Sabrina: the Teenage Witch merchandise was released during and after the show's run. Including novels, episode guide and DVDs.
A series of books were published based on the series, including some directly based on specific episodes (most notably the first book which incorporates a large amount of exact dialogue from the pilot episode). These were written by various authors. Each book was numbered, with the exception of three "special novels". There were fifty-two regular volumes, not including specials.
There were three "special" novels that were released during the run of the Sabrina novel series. The first and second were novel adaptations of the two TV movies "Sabrina Goes to Rome" and "Sabrina Down Under". The third, "Ten Little Witches" was the final Sabrina novel ever to be released and was set after the events of Season Seven (acting as a non-canon "what happened next" story) which focuses on Sabrina and Harvey being invited to a Halloween party in The Other Realm.
A spin-off novel series was also released, due to the popularity of the character Salem Saberhagen. Similar to the Sabrina novels, all volumes of "Salem's Tails" were numbered and written by various authors. The series ran for fourteen regular volumes and one special called "Salem Goes to Rome" which told the tale of Sabrina Goes to Rome from Salem's perspective.
Various companions to the series were released, including: Sabrina's Guide to the Universe, The Complete Episode Guide and The Handbook (based on the design of Sabrina's Handbook from Season Two). These included in-depth information about episodes, experiments and fun activities including arts and crafts based on the show.
Sabrina, the Teenage Witch – The Album is a soundtrack album released on October 27, 1998, by Geffen Records. It contains music featured in the TV series, including one song recorded by Melissa Joan Hart. The album was certified Gold by the RIAA.
- "Walk of Life" –Spice Girls
- "Abracadabra" –Sugar Ray
- "Hey, Mr. DJ (Keep Playin' This Song)" –Backstreet Boys
- "One Way or Another" –Melissa Joan Hart
- "Kate" –Ben Folds Five
- "Show Me Love" (Radio edit) –Robyn
- "Giddy Up" –'N Sync
- "Slam Dunk (Da Funk)" –Five
- "Magnet & Steel" –Matthew Sweet
- "So I Fall Again" –Phantom Planet
- "I Know What Boys Like" – Pure Sugar
- "Smash" –The Murmurs, Jane Wiedlin, Charlotte Caffey
- "Doctor Jones" (Metro 7" edit) –Aqua
- "Soda Pop" –Britney Spears
- "Amnesia" (Radio remix) –Chumbawamba
- "Blah, Blah, Blah" –The Cardigans
GamesFour games were released based on the series. "Potion Commotion", released for Game Boy Advanced. "A Twitch In Time", for Playstation. And two PC games "Spellbound" and "Brat Attack". Melissa Joan Hart and Nick Bakay gave their voices for all apart from "Potion Commotion". For Spellbound they were joined by Caroline Rhea, Beth Broderick, Penn Jillette, Nate Richert and Jenna Leigh Green. While in "Brat Attack" they were joined by Emily Hart.
CBS DVD (distributed by Paramount) has released, seasons 1-7, of Sabrina, the Teenage Witch in Regions 1, 2 and 4. Sabrina Goes to Rome, which aired early in the third season as a made-for-TV-movie, was included on the seventh season set. On the DVD sets, most sequences featuring music has been altered, seeing as it would have been costly to obtain the rights to many songs used in the series. This is most evident on the Season 7 DVD set, during which Sabrina works for Scorch, a music magazine. Almost all musical performances have been cut from the DVD release. Sabrina Down Under, which aired in the fourth season as a sequel to Sabrina Goes to Rome, was never released on any of the season sets. A complete series box set "Sabrina: the Teenage Witch- The Complete Enchanted Series" has been announced for a Region 2 release in May; it has yet to be announced if this will be released in the US (who already released a collectors pack which simply wraps up the seven separate sets). No cover art change between regions.
|Title||Image||Episodes||Discs||R1 release date||R2 release date||R4 release date|
|The First Season||24||4||Mar 2, 2007||Aug 27, 2007||Sept 6, 2007|
|The Second Season||26||4||Jul 31, 2007||Aug 11, 2008||Jun 5, 2008|
|The Third Season||25||4||Jan 15, 2008||Sept 15, 2008||Oct 1, 2008|
|The Fourth Season||22||3||Jun 17, 2008||May 18, 2009||Apr 2, 2009|
|The Fifth Season||22||3||Feb 17, 2009||Sep 14, 2009||Sep 3, 2009|
|The Sixth Season||22||3||Mar 23, 2010||Mar 22, 2010||Apr 1, 2010|
|The Final Season||22 + 1 Movie||3||Jul 27, 2010||Aug 30, 2010||Jul 1, 2010|
|The Complete Enchanted Series||162||24||N/A||May, 2012||Dec, 2011|