It’s the right time to go back to The CW’s favourite spooky city. Season 6 of Riverdale will resume in November. Betty (Lili Reinhart), Archiekins and the rest are back on TV. These “weirdos”, meanwhile, aren’t children anymore. Season 4’s loose ends were resolved in the three first episodes. Season 5 brought a considerable time leap (7 years). Riverdale is now twentysomethings. They are returning to their hometown to save it from extinction (Mark Consuelos).
The time jump is precisely what the show needed, giving the series a significant shake-up after four years of high school, serial killers, and endless milkshakes at Pops. Some fans finally got what they have been waiting for five years. Season 5 mirrors the comics, and after years of dancing around the Betty/Archie romance, it is now a reality. Previous side-characters like Toni Topaz (Vanessa Morgan) took centre stage, with her being the new “HBIC” of Riverdale High. It wouldn’t happen in Riverdale with a Big Bad lurking in shadows. Season 5 is the scariest yet.
After years and years of serial killers, magic, espionage, and many other things, the show finally did something that no Riverdale man had done before: alien abduction. Cole Sprouse experienced close encounters with the third kind, going completely missing after seeing a light beam. If Riverdale lovers have learned anything, it is that supernatural phenomena almost always have an explanation. Jughead wasn’t the only one missing; Betty’s sister Polly (Tiera Swobye) also disappeared while Archie battled to save Riverdale.
Riverdale returns to Riverdale on November 16. Season 6 premieres very shortly after Season 5 due to shifting scheduling caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Don’t fret, Riverdale fans. Riverdale High’s top graduates will be returning for season 6. It’s true, and all four core Riverdale High graduates are back for season 6.
Season 5 also saw Josie McCoy return (Ashleigh Murray) to the series. He had previously appeared in Katy Keene’s single-season spin-off. Show runner Roberto-Sacasa first teased the return of the Pussycats on Instagram in May, writing to his followers, “It’s official. #thePussycats are coming back to #Riverdale. . Fans can look ahead to their musical return with “Chapter Ninety-one: Return of the Pussycats.”
Although we haven’t finished Season 5, there’s still much to learn about Season 6. But here are some things you can expect in the remaining episodes. Riverdale 5 is a mystery-solving season that features aliens, mysterious disappearances, and other shady characters. Riverdale fans know that the second half will deliver many more twists than the first. Recent interviews and teasers show this.
The return of Pussycats brings back the music. Every season of the hit show has had a musical since its second season. The kids have performed a musical or sang at local events, and Riverdale High has put on a musical every year since. Aguirre Sacasa has promised “a full-on musical” after the return of The Pussycats. He stated: Decider, “It is one our most exciting, strongest episodes. It’s an entire musical. Josie and Ashleigh love the story. But, I love giving the spotlight to Asha and Hayley and Melody as well.
Bartie’s not over yet. His interview with the magazine reveals that he still believes in “Barchie”, despite fans’ memories of Betty and Archie having to put their romantic feelings aside after hooking up on multiple episodes. He spoke with TV Line,” I will add: Betty-Archie’s story isn’t over yet, but their relationship does deepen, especially as they enter the final stretch.
Toni Topaz’s big moment. Aguirre Sacasa promised Vanessa Morgan’s return just in the nick of time for the Pussycats episode. Toni is back in plenty of time for our annual musical episodes…in fact, she’s back in the time for our Pussycat episode. She is also performing a musical number with Tabitha Tate & unique visitor Alexandra Cabot. “It’s wonderful,” he explained.TVLine.