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Riverdale Season 2

Riverdale Season 2 Rumor Mill Is Heating Up With Debut Of Hiram Lodge

Riverdale is set to come back on air October 11th of this year, but fans are already begging for more. The CW show has been a huge hit, and has certainly made waves with younger audiences. Recently at Entertainment Weekly, there have been some tidbits surrounding everyone’s favorite rich girl’s father — Hiram Lodge. It […]

#HotBetty: Riverdale #1

Since Riverdale is the new hotness with teenagers, it would only make sense that a TV show based on a 75-year-old comic series would turn around and get a comic series of it’s own. Because why not? According to Archie Publications: From Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and the writers of the new CW series Riverdale comes the first […]

Riverdale Renewed for Season 2

Riverdale fans can rest easy tonight. Archie Comics announced this afternoon that the teen drama will in fact come back for a second season. While ratings have been somewhat lukewarm, it’s one of the CW’s top streaming shows and has done well on Netflix (though it won’t be on Netflix US for some time). A […]

Cole Sprouse Weighs in on Jughead Sexuality Controversy

Riverdale actor Cole Sprouse has thrown his thoughts into the discourse on Jughead’s sexuality representation. Be warned, this article contains spoilers for the latest episode of Riverdale, ‘Faster, Pussycats! Kill! Kill!‘. . . . Still here? Okay, so in the latest episode we discover that Riverdale‘s Jughead is most definitely not asexual or aromantic, as […]

Afterlife With Archie And Sabrina Return In May 2016 Solicitations

The long awaited return of Archie’s horror titles happen this May as we get a look at the full solicitations for Archie Comics. These includes Afterlife With Archie #9 and Sabrina #5. AFTERLIFE WITH ARCHIE #9 BETTY: RIP Pt. 4, “The Trouble with Reggie.” The Horror began in Riverdale when Reggie Mantle struck and killed […]




Joseph Gordon-Levitt Developing Another Little Shop Of Horrors Remake

Little Shop of Horrors was a Corman quickie, first of all, featuring an early performance by Jack Nicholson that beggars belief, in a role that renders that shatters that belief into stardust. Then, in the 80s, the film formed the basis of a stage musical by Howard Ashman and Alan Menken, which then became a […]