We know we were excited about the possibilities when it was announced that Archie Comics' most magical character, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, would be getting her own live-action TV show on The CW as a sort of companion show to Riverdale. Apparently, Netflix was excited for the possibilities, too! So excited, that they swooped in to claim the show for themselves with an offer the producers couldn't refuse.Read More
Things We Saw: Ladies of Riverdale in leather, new Star Wars game footage, 'Get Out' nominations and ... Project V?Read More
"Are you La La Land-ing me right now Riverdale?!"
This is not stage-fright Archie. This is not guitar playing Archie who thinks the best of everyone and everything. This season's Archie is wearing a blood-stained jacket screaming for help, and he'll never be the same as someone close to him becomes a victim of gun violence.Read More
Creator Aguirre-Sacasa has been sharing set images and episode titles on Twitter leading up to the premiere. Here are all the ones we know so far, and what they mean.Read More
"Harvey, hunky as he may be, is clearly unnerved."
Riverdale showrunner Roberto Aguirre Sacasa penned the pilot of this spooky series, and shared a picture of an opening scene with Sabrina and her boyfriend Harvey.Read More
Will Riverdale’s K.J. Apa’s Car Accident Be What It Takes to Get Safer Industry-Wide Work Conditions?
If Apa had a 16-hour day, there's a good chance any number of crew members worked even longer. Riverdale is one of the CW's top shows, and Apa is its star. If anyone is going to ignite a "firestorm of protest" to affect the entire cast and crew, it's him.Read More
Ice cream brand Halo Top has released one of the creepiest commercials I've ever seen.Read More
It's a big day for news about some of our favorite DC heroines. The highly-anticipated live-action Teen Titans show, Titans, from Greg Berlanti, Akiva Goldman, and Geoff Johns has found its Starfire. Meanwhile, Riverdale just got a visit from a certain Girl of Steel.Read More
Riverdale dropped a new promo yesterday titled "Desperate Times" that makes the next, 22-episode season look like an intense and bloody crime thriller.Read More
Riverdale executive producer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa confirmed recently that season two of the CW series will introduce Archie Comics character Toni Topaz, a pink-haired "disrupter" who "famously has as large an appetite for hamburgers as Jughead Jones."Read More
The Riverdale team unveiled their season 2 trailer at San Diego Comic-Con over the weekend, accompanied by a blooper reel that makes for one hell of a tone shift. Oh, here's KJ Apa endearingly stumbling and then here's Pop saying that the Angel of Death is descending onto Riverdale.Read More
It's been a hell of a year for Shannon Purser.Read More
I'm just as bewildered at this video as they seem to be.Read More
Things We Saw Today: Ethereal Empress of Flawless Vocals and Fluffy Sleeves Celine Dion Delivers Stunning Titanic Tribute
It's been nearly 20 years and we've never fully let go of the game-changing blockbuster that is Titanic or its equally epic theme sung by literal goddess Celine Dion.Read More
What is says on the wrapper.
Netflix apparently knows the Riverdale audience well—to mark the show's imminent arrival on the streaming service, a new promo shows Cole Sprouse, a.k.a. Jughead Jones, eating a hamburger for a solid minute. Thank you, Netflix.Read More
Showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa talked to The Hollywood Reporter about the wild ride that was the season finale, and how it sets up conflicts for season two. Jughead's upcoming true crime novel is far from being finished. Warning: Spoilers for last night's season finale of Riverdale.Read More
Dear Hollywood, I think you know what to do. You owe us this, Hollywood.Read More
Shannon Purser earned a lot of fans after her turn as Barb in Stranger Things, and we've loved seeing her as Ethel Muggs on Riverdale. Recently, Purser discussed the importance of being comfortable with your sexuality, but hadn't spoken openly about her own. That changed last night, after she ran into some of the trickier elements of online fandom.Read More
The CW's show Riverdale, a.k.a. the most delicious guilty pleasure currently on TV, has its own comic based in the same world. In the second issue, the gang goes full-on Breakfast Club. We've got the first look at the art and covers—and what Archie, Betty, Veronica, Jughead, and Josie would look like in a John Hughes movie.Read More
What's Trending produced a parody video, in which Elmo is informed that he's being fired, to highlight Donald Trump's unprecedented, draconian cuts to arts and education funding.Read More