Riverdale, produced by Warner Bros. Television and CBS Television Studios, is now officially updated for its fifth season. Shornner Roberto Aguirre-Saikasa got back to production in mid-September with the cast and crew. This American drama teen series will return in 2021 for its next season.
Season 4 of the series was cut short due to a coronovirus epidemic. With its finale episode in the 19th episode, the show ends with a major cliffhanger. The series is based on the very popular Archie Comics and was first released on January 26, 2017. Here’s what you need to know about the fifth season of this series.
What can we expect from the coming season?
Showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa has confirmed that the fifth series of the show will begin in January 2021. Aguirre-Sacasa has also revealed that the upcoming season will begin on Promo Night, with one episode, which was originally a part of season four, but cut short due to the epidemic.
According to reports, Skeet Ulrich and Marisol Nichols will not make a comeback in the upcoming season. In the cast of the fifth season, we’ll have Archie Andrews as KJ Apa, Jughead Jones as Cole Spurs, Betty Cooper as Lily Reinhart, and Camilla Mendes as Veronica Lodge in the fifth season.
Former class fangs Fogarty will return as Drew Ray Tanner. Aguirre-Saikasa announced, “We are all thrilled that he is joining us as a series regular for season five, again, again with boyfriend Kevin Keller and Serpent Queen Tony Topaz. This announcement We are also happy to see more of Drew Singing. ”A new character for Tabina Tate will be played by Erin Westbrook.
The fifth season will begin with Archie’s gang prom and Riverdale High graduation. There will be a time jump and this event will be intensified for about 4-5 years in the coming season.
Is the season 5 trailer available?
As the series is still running, the production team is yet to release the trailer. We can expect the fifth season to be released in January 2021.
The Riverdale spin-off, Katie Cane, is also now adapted as an upcoming project. You can catch up with previous seasons of the CW series Riverdale on Netflix.