Riverdale, one of the best drama series from American Mystery Crime, is coming soon to Netflix with its fifth season. Developed by Roberto Aguirre Saikasa, it is adapted from the Archie Comics characters.
The series first premiered on January 26, 2017, on The CW Network. It is one of the most-watched series, with an average audience of thirty million. The first season was well-received by many viewers and received seven out of ten ratings.
The series revolves around the whereabouts of the city of Riverdale, where murders are taking place by an anonymous faction. One incident leads to another, in which the four teenagers, Archie, Betty, Veronica, and Jughead investigate the events and discover haunting truths about the city.
Here everything you should know about the Riverdale season 5:
Are we going to see season 5 of Riverdale:
Yes, Riverdale received an initial renewal in January along with several other CW shows. Due to the current coronavirus crisis, it is unclear when the show will begin filming. As of June 2020, the filming dates have not yet been confirmed.
The release date of the upcoming Riverdale season 5:
While there has been no official confirmation on the exact start date for Riverdale, it is now revealed that the show will return in January 2021.
Due to the closure of production, the filming schedule has changed significantly. Filming for Riverdale season 5 will generally begin in July 2020, but depending on the virus and if it is safe to resume production, filming may be delayed. The good news is, as of April 7, 2020, writing has started on Season 5.
The cast members of the show:
- Betty Cooper played by Lili Reinhardt
- Archie Andrews played by KJ APA
- Veronica Lodge played by Camila Mendes
- Jughead Jones played by Cole Sprouse
- Cheryl Blossom played by Madeline Petsch
- Alice Cooper played by Madchen Amick
- Hiram Lodge played by Mark Consuelos
- Toni Topaz played by Vanessa Morgan
- Reggie Mantle played by Charles Melton