It’s been very obvious what Veronica (played by Camila Mendes) and Archie’s (KJ Apa) relationship arch has been since Riverdale’s seven year time jump started. Last week, it seemed to finally reach the point that both characters deserved and had wanted, but this week the show does a complete reverse and it’s not the first time. Was Varchie’s decision the right call? Let’s break it down and discuss. Warning: for the remainder of this article, we will be getting into heavy spoilers; so only continue reading if you’ve seen episode 5×18.Continue reading “Did Veronica and Archie Make the Right Decision on This Week’s ‘Riverdale’ Episode?”
For so many seasons, I have felt beyond frustrated with Veronica Lodge’s treatment as well as the storylines she’s given on Riverdale. Yet, I was very pleasantly surprised with the execution of her season 5 divorce storyline. In all honestly, I think its the best storyline the writers could’ve done with her character for a few reasons.Continue reading “Veronica Lodge’s Divorce Storyline on ‘Riverdale’ Was All About Regaining Her Power”
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]”
Everyone has that one character they relate to or see themselves in; everyone searches to find someone who looks like them on screen. For me, that character is Veronica Lodge on The CW’s Riverdale, which is based on the Archie Comics characters. Despite the fact that she has had one of the most important evolutions on the show and has been there since the pilot, she is often overlooked and over hated, for no real reason besides Archie continuing to choose her.Continue reading “Veronica Lodge on The CW’s ‘Riverdale’ Deserves Better”
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.