After more than 100 episodes filled with sex, cults, speakers and wildly ridiculous high school cheerleading, Riverdale coming to an end. This was reported by CW on Thursday, May 19 Riverdale Season 7, which airs in the middle of the season, will be the last.
During a management call on Thursday, CW Chairman and CEO Mark Pedowitz said what RiverdaleThe conclusion was agreed with the creator of the show Roberto Aguirre-Sakasa, “who is delighted with this news.” Pedovic assured that “seven years is the right amount” for the series, and promised to spend it properly. “She was an iconic star of pop culture, and we want to make sure everything goes well,” he added.
Based on Archie Comics characters, Riverdale The premiere took place in 2017 and was accompanied by a group of teenagers, including KJ Apa like Archie, Lily Reinhart like betty Cole Spruce like Jaghead, Camilla Mendes like veronica Madeleine Petsch like Cheryl, Charles Melton like Reggie and Vanessa Morgan like Tony. Luke Perry played Archie’s father until his death in 2019. In recent months, some of the show’s stars have hinted that RiverdaleSeason 7 was their last without confirmation that the show itself is about to end. Reinhart teased as much in her Instagram in December when she said the season was “likely to be the last,” while Sprous said GQ last month the cast was ready to “finish it off with a bow.”
RiverdaleLast season’s takes place amid a bloodbath at the CW, including nine shows Dynasty, Enchantedand Roswell, New Mexico, was fired just last week. The network is currently on the market, which may justify its desire to abandon some of the original scenarios. How Riverdale increasingly abandons logic and accepts its inherent strangeness, here for the last season, fueled by Jingle Jangle.
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