'Chilling Adventures with Sabrina' star Ross Lynch admits that he often felt Harvey Kinkle wouldn't survive filming some episodes
Ross Lynch, who portrays Sabrina's boyfriend in the upcoming Netflix show 'Chilling Adventures with Sabrina' hasn't watched the '90s 'Sabrina the Teenage Witch'
The '90s ultimate heartthrob is back this October. The half-witch, half-mortal, Sabrina's boyfriend, Harvey Kinkle is all set to sprinkle his charm in the upcoming Netflix series 'Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.'
Ross Lynch, who we have seen portray the serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer in 'My Friend Dahmer' will play the witch's loving mortal boyfriend. Meaww reporter Sam Davidson caught up with Lynch for a red carpet exclusive and complimented his work for being as close to that of the original '90s Harvey Kinkle played by Nate Richert in 'Sabrina the Teenage Witch.'
Surprisingly, our new Harvey Kinkle has not watched the original '90s sitcom even though he portrays the character in a similar tone. "That was not intentional," Lynch answered. "I was just trying to do justice to Roberto's script, really," the 22-year-old actor adds. "That's my only job as an actor, to do the script as best as I can," he said.
The star looked sharply dressed in a maroon suit and black shirt as he arrived with Kiernan Shipka (who plays Sabrina) by his side on the red carpet event that took place on October 19. Lynch is pretty aware that he is soon going to be a heartthrob sensation so we asked him if he was expecting anything to change and he said: "I've been doing this for most of my life now, so I don't know what will change. If anything will, I'll accept it."
When asked how his relationship with Sabrina will evolve throughout the season, he sighed, paused and responded that it was hard to answer such questions because he does not want to give away any spoilers. "It definitely will face challenges like any relationship will. They go through some ups and downs and you will see if Sabrina's and Harvey's relationship will withstand the craziness of Greendale," he teased.
Letting us on a little secret, Lynch admitted that there were times while filming that when he thought whether Harvey would survive the episode or not but he then assured fans that he is "good for a little while now."