I think we can all agree that Lili Reinhart is a timeless beauty. The Riverdale star is absolutely stunning and insanely talented. The actress has joined the ranks of people like Issa Rae, Zendaya, James Charles, Aysha Curry and more, and was just named the new face of the legendary
Lili Reinhart threw shippers a bone. Well, she did that, and then, of course, she threw a conditional there, because she still has a show to promote, and it seems like absolutely everyone is convinced happiness doesn’t sell and we wouldn’t watch forty plus minutes of domesticity between our faves.
I have an intense schedule and I complain about it, but it’s nothing compared to that of a celebrity. I mean I can take a break, they have to keep going. But have you ever wondered why you don’t see a lot of the cast of Riverdale outside of the
Riverdale has added another face that you may recognize: Anthony Michael Hall will play Riverdale High’s longtime principal in the Season 3 flashback episode. The actor – who we know from many a 90’s movie – will play Principal Featherhead, who will get “caught up in the game the teenagers
The CW is the last television network to release its Fall 2018 schedule, which features some big changes, including an extra night on the line-up. The network is expanding into Sundays, which gives The CW programming from Sunday through Friday. Supergirl will lead-off the new CW Sunday night at 8pm
We’re nearly at the end of Riverdale’s sophomore season, and we’re not much closer to finding out the true identity of the Black Hood. This season has circled around some thrilling storylines (Cheryl and Toni’s developing romance, Veronica taking down a mafioso’s son) and some less than interesting ones (Archie’s
Another week, another Riverdale. Archie reclaims the black hood. Cheryl gets locked up. Penelope Blossom is still evil. Let’s dive into Riverdale’s “The Noose Tightens.” Toni Saves Cheryl Cheryl is sent away to the crazy wacko nuns of The Sisters of Quiet Mercy for her “conversion therapy.” These nuns need to
It’s been a month since we’ve seen Riverdale, a month folks. I’ve been eagerly waiting for this episode, hoping it would reclaim my love…and it did…BIG TIME. I don’t want to overhype the episode, but it may be my favorite of Riverdale’s otherwise dull and less drama heavy sophomore season.