Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa is the creator of Riverdale, which is based on the characters from Archie Comics. Season six just premiered with “Chapter Ninety-Six: Welcome to Rivervale.” New episodes of Riverdale’s five part event, titled Rivervale, will air Tuesdays at 9/8c on The CW. The show will then return in March. This interview will discuss spoilers for episode 6×01.Continue reading “Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa on How ‘Rivervale’ Connects to ‘Riverdale’”
It’s officially happening, Riverdale season six will finally include a Chilling Adventures of Sabrina crossover! As part of the Rivervale special event, Kiernan Shipka, who played Sabrina Spellman in CAOS, will join the Riverdale gang, specifically Cheryl Blossom (played by Madelaine Petsch).Continue reading “Kiernan Shipka is Officially Visiting ’Riverdale’ in Season 6”
Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa is the creator of Riverdale, which is based on the characters from Archie Comics. New episodes of the hit series will continue airing on Wednesdays at 8 – 9 PM ET on The CW. Riverdale has already been renewed for a sixth season as well. This interview will discuss spoilers for episode 5×11.Continue reading “Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa Talks the Return of ‘Riverdale’ [Part 2]”
Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa is the creator of The CW’s Riverdale, which is based on the characters from Archie Comics. New episodes of the hit series will begin airing on Wednesday, August 11. Riverdale has already been renewed for a sixth season. Aguirre-Sacasa is also known for Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Katy Keene, Glee, Carrie, and more. He is the Chief Creative Officer at Archie Comics as well.Continue reading “Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa Previews the Return of ‘Riverdale’ Season 5 [Part 1]”
Fans found themselves instantly falling in love with and wanting more from Vanessa Morgan’s portrayal of Toni Topaz as soon as she came onto our screens on Riverdale. Toni was first introduced in season 2, episode 3 “Chapter Sixteen: The Watcher in the Woods,” and became a series regular in season 3. Her portrayal provides representation as one of the only Black series regulars currently on Riverdale as well as her character being openly bisexual. So let’s take a look back at her journey and what we hope to see for the character going forward.Continue reading “Let’s Talk About Toni Topaz on The CW’s ‘Riverdale’”
The CW has just revealed its premiere dates for the Fall 2021 primetime schedule! It was announced back in May that Riverdale would be moving to a new night in The CW’s schedule after season 5 finishes, which will continue airing on Wednesday, August 11. For its sixth season, the show will now share Tuesday nights with The Flash. Both shows will begin their new seasons with five episode special events on Tuesday, November 16. Riverdale‘s timeslot will be 9 – 10 PM ET/PT, after new episodes of The Flash.Continue reading “The CW Announces Fall Premiere Date for ‘Riverdale’ Season 6”
Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, the creator of the hit CW series, shared the news on Instagram, thrilling fans who have greatly missed the talented trio. Ashleigh Murray (Josie), Hayley Law (Valerie), and Asha Bromfield (Melody) will make their return to Riverdale in episode 5×15.Continue reading “The Pussycats are Officially Making Their Return to ‘Riverdale’”
Before The CW was known as comic book superhero central, the network — when it was still The WB — had the reputation for the place to be for melodramatic teen soaps. Remember shows like One Tree Hill, Dawson’s Creek, 7th Heaven, and Gilmore Girls? In 2001, the debut of Smallville led to the network’s embrace of comic book-based properties that paved the way for more genre-focused shows like Supernatural, The Vampire Diaries, The 100, and the current slate of DC Comics heroes. Next fall, The CW is merging the best of both worlds with Riverdale. By adapting the classic comic book Archie, the network will return to its teen soapy roots, this time with a twist. Even better? They’re doing so with one of the most diverse casts on network TV.
Have we reached peak zombie saturation yet? I know it’s Walker Week here at The Nerds of Color, and if the ratings for the season premiere of The Walking Dead are any indication, the zombie craze is just as viral as ever — and it’s spreading. The image you see above is a zombified Jughead from Archie. And no, that’s not a fan rendering either. It’s an actual panel from one of the hottest single issues in comics today, the sold out — and on its second printing — Afterlife with Archie #1. That’s right, the zombie apocalypse has come to Riverdale.
Seeing zombies overrun Archie Comics got me thinking about the zombie crossovers that infected the Big Two comic companies: DC Comics and Marvel.