Netflix orders series based on The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina

So look, it's not going to be anything like the late '90s classic, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, but it still might be good. The new show - which is set for two 10-episode seasons - is being billed as a "dark coming-of-age story," featuring Sabrina Spellman battling evil. It's apparently being managed by the same team that worked on Riverdale (Lee Toland Krieger is directing the pilot, with Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa handling writing duties).

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The NBA & Peace Collective

As you can tell from the image above, the NBA teaming up with Toronto streetwear label Peace Collective was a pretty great move. The #NBAxPC capsule features teams such as the Golden State Warriors and the Toronto Raptors (they couldn't not, really), and is officially out today. Go grab a hoodie or jacket by heading here.

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XXXTentacion is facing two separate trials

XXXtentacion - one of 2017's biggest douchebags and perhaps one of the most overrated musicians too - is now facing trial for witness tampering, along with his original charge for battery of his pregnant ex-girlfriend. The latest development came after the abused woman asked for the charges to be dropped, which caused major suspicion. Here's what assistant state attorney Philip Harte had to say about it:

"In court today I advised the Judge and defense that the State has reasons to doubt the authenticity of the affidavit. Moreover, the affidavit is not a legally binding document and has no bearing on whether the State will or will not proceed. The case was reset for 12/15 for the State to sever the charges, creating two separate felony cases (one for the tampering with victim charge, and one for the original charges). Once the cases have severed, the State will proceed on the tampering with victim case first."

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Neil Young's online archival project is live!

If you're a fan of Neil Young, or looking to get into his music, how about you check out his slow, clunky online archive? It features streams of Young’s entire recorded catalogue, along with a bunch of his unreleased albums such as Chrome Dreams, Homegrown, and Freedom Live. It's an odd combination of ideas really, youthful streaming versus a website that appeals to a much older generation (it looks like a website built in the mid-90s). Head here to check it out.

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Check out the trailer for HBO's forthcoming André the Giant documentary

The debut trailer for the forthcoming HBO Sports documentary, He Was A God, is finally here. Produced by Bill Simmons and his newly founded Ringer Films company (part of the Ringer), the doc focuses on the life and career of André the Giant. It's set to premiere on HBO in the spring of 2018.