Last season we thought Hiram was a corrupt guy and the more we get to know him the deeper we see his ties go. Spoilers below Hiram (Mark Consuelos) is definitely not done trying to get Veronica (Camila Mendes) to think he’s a good guy, or at least a good father. He did prevent her from […]
This was not your typical monster of the week episode. This was a heartbreaking episode from probably the cruelest monster we’ve met yet.
Turns out the monster of the week ties into a much bigger story arc, and that arc involves Landon.
If we thought Riverdale couldn’t get any crazier, we were wrong. This episode felt more like a mid-season finally, but thankfully it wasn’t.
Julie Plec keeps leaving us wanting more as the credits fade in. It’s hard not to just want to press play on the next episode, and then you realize, you have to wait until the next one airs.
This was the craziest episode of Riverdale yet, with so many twists and turns, it was hard to keep track. The characters we love are going to extremes to save the ones they love and to get answers.
We’re three episodes in on Legacies, and my only complaint is we have to wait weekly for new episodes. I’m falling in love with the characters more and more each week, and I can’t wait to see where the storyline is going, and what monsters await us.
The Midnight Club gave us just as many answers as it did questions, and it was a lot of fun to see the parents as kids. They were very different people back then.
We are two episodes in and I’m already in love with Legacies. I love the characters. I love that we are still in the world of The Vampire Diaries and The Originals, and I love the Harry Potter vibes. My only complaint is that we can’t just binge watch every episode now.
We’re only three episodes in and already the stakes are higher than they’ve ever been. I’m not sure which storyline has me more nervous or anxious, but I am worried about all of the characters right now.