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- ‘Riverdale’ Star Skeet Ulrich Exclusive Studio Portraits
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- Friday Nov 3, 2017
- While You Were Offline: Miss Piggy Makes a Play for Jughead from 'Riverdale'
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- A Timeline of Riverdale’s Most Popular Ship (Photos)
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- Saturday Oct 14, 2017
Betty Cooper (Lili Reinhart) and Jughead Jones (Cole Sprouse) are arguably the internet’s favorite couple. From Twitter accounts to Tumblr pages, the couple is by far Riverdale’s most popular ship. But it looks like there might be some rough waters ahead in Season 2 for the crime-fighting duo. Scroll through for a Bughead breakdown.Betty starts out Season 1 with eyes for Riverdale High’s It-Boy Archie Andrews, who also happens to be her childhood BFF and neighbor. Archie is a boy straight out of a Taylor Swift song: he plays football, guitar, and has the killer six-pack of a Calvin Klein model. But Archie soon tells Betty he wants to stay in the friend zone, leaving Betty single and ready to mingle.
- ‘Riverdale’ pushes Ulrich farther into ‘dark place’ this season
By Lauren Sarner - Thursday Nov 9, 2017
Skeet Ulrich might not be a household name, but his roles tend to permeate the zeitgeist — chances are you know him as the iconic “Scream” villain Billy Loomis or Jake Green from the cult-favorite CBS series “Jericho.” Ulrich, 47, is currently pullling double-duty on two networks: he’s a series regular The CW’s buzzy “Riverdale”...
- ‘Riverdale': Yes, That Was a ‘Zodiac’ Homage at the End of ‘Nighthawks’
By Phil Owen, provided by
- Thursday Oct 19, 2017
(Spoilers ahead for the October 18 episode of “Riverdale,” “Nighthawks”)So at the end of this week’s “Riverdale,” the man with the hood showed up again to do some more murder. That’s not surprising on any level, obviously, since that guy is at the center of the plot of the show in season 2. First he shot Fred Andrews in the season 1 finale, then he returned in the season 2 premiere to kill Ms. Grundy with a cello bow.So while not surprising that this guy is at it again, the method is a bit surprising, because it’s a pretty obvious homage to the 2007 David Fincher serial killer movie “Zodiac.
- ‘Riverdale’ Season 2: Here’s Where We Left Off With Archie and the Gang
By Ashley Boucher, provided by
- Thursday Oct 5, 2017
OK, Pussycats, Southside Serpents and River Vixens, it’s (finally) time for the return of Riverdale, our favorite small town with big secrets. Here’s all you need to know before Season 2 premieres Oct. 11 on the CW at 8 p.m.The Jason Blossom murder mysteryLet’s start with the resolution to the murder mystery that started off Season 1. The death of Jason Blossom rocked the little town of Riverdale, but it turned out that his killer was as close as the town’s iconic maple syrup.Jason is twin to Cheryl Blossom, Riverdale High School’s resident mean girl and captain of the cheer squad, the River Vixens. Jason, before he died, was the school’s golden boy and football quarterback.