When The CW was preparing to be released Riverdale, they probably didn’t think it was going to be one of the most chilling shows on the network. The teen drama is based on classic 1940s comic books and has been compared to other hit TV shows such as Pretty Little Liars, Vampire Diaries, and Gossip GirlToo many of the episodes were extremely tricky to watch for so many reasons.
The CW officially made season 6 of that in February 2021 Riverdale sure happens. Production will kick off in the coming months with the expectation that the same cast will return. Information about what the plot is about has yet to be released, but here’s hoping the upcoming season will be less chilling than the first five.
Chapter Seventy Four: Wicked Little Town
The reason for this Riverdale episode is so awkward that the show’s creators thought it would be a good idea to follow the route of another musically themed episode. This isn’t the first time they’ve filled an episode with random song and dance sequences and it shouldn’t even have happened the first time. This episode got a low rating of 3.4 on IMDb, which speaks volumes.
Chapter Fifty-One: Big Fun
Seeing Chad Michael Murray, heartthrob of the early 2000s, could be a redeeming quality to this Riverdale delivery but it didn’t help much. His time spent playing in One Tree Hill prepared him for his cameo appearance in this minor episode of Riverdale
The episode spends a lot of time on rehearsals for the upcoming musical, which is quite annoying to watch. It also sheds light on Betty’s irritation with Evelyn.
Chapter Sixty: Dog Day Afternoon
Chad Michael Murray again failed to save the day in this tight-fisted one Riverdale delivery. He appears in an Evel Knievel costume which is the first. Battle two is when he prepares to “take off” using an improvised missile. Everything about the scene is fair. So hard to watch.
The other storyline of this episode centers on Betty’s ability to miraculously disarm an active bomb – while surrounded by trained FBI agents. The confusing level of cringy-ness makes absolutely no sense.
Chapter Forty-Two: The Man in Black
Another chilling one Riverdale Episode award goes to “The Man in Black”, in which Hiram Lodge tries to track down Archie & Jughead while they are trying to get Archie to safety. And yes, it is just as senselessly dramatic as it sounds. Everything about Hiram Lodge’s storyline comes across as ridiculous. The other half of the episode is about Betty & Veronica who react unhappily to Hiram Lodge’s behavior.
Chapter Twenty: Tales from the Darkside
Cheryl Blossom / Josie McCoy’s storyline of this Riverdale episode is what made audiences wish they could change the channel! The love story between the two is not the problem. It’s the fact that the writers chose to set it up by having Cheryl stalk Josie. Can it get any weirder?
Throughout the episode, Josie is scared of a creepy stalker coming after her, when it’s really just Cheryl who’s a freak all the time. There was no reason why the beginning of their love story couldn’t have been a bit more normal.
Chapter Twenty Five: The Wicked & the Divine
Chic is one of the spookiest and creepiest characters in the entire world Riverdale universe thus puts all the attention on him during this episode a lot of. He has this way of making every scene so much more awkward than it needs to be. Hiram Lodge invites his Mafia crew to Veronica’s religious confirmation for some strange and unknown reason. To top it all off, the Confirmation itself has been dramatized to the limit.
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