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.
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.
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’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.
This has to be my favorite season of Riverdale yet. It’s got the right level of darkness, drama and mystery, to keep my emotions on edge, and I’m here for it.
K.J. Apa wasn’t kidding when he said we wouldn’t have to wait long to find out Archie’s fate. While we all may have been shocked, it was a true Archie moment.
Riverdale is back with a new mystery for season three. We sat down with some of the cast in the press room at New York Comic-Con to find out what’s next for these characters.
After two intense episodes, we wrapped up the season rather quietly but powerfully. Until the shocking ending, of course.
The network pick-ups include the network’s five DC shows and its longest running current series, Supernatural.
Last week I thought Alice cleaning up a dead body was the craziest thing I’ve ever seen but I actually liked what came after. SPOILERS BELOW Bughead was finally reunited last week and then Betty (Lili Reinhart) had a lot of family drama to deal with. Jughead (Cole Sprouse) knew something was up and I […]