After Riverdale Season 4 has been cut short on account of this coronavirus outbreak, the first 3 episodes of Season 5 revealed that the conclusion of the Core Four’s high school years before showing what they are up to as adults. Today, fans can get excited about watching even more twisted nonsense unfold in the Town of Pep because the show has been formally renewed. As you await the upcoming big season premiere, here would be the Riverdale Season 6 facts we all know so far.
‘Riverdale’ Season 6 Premiere Date
In a non-COVID world, fans could expect Season 6 to premiere in October like Seasons 2, 3, and 4 did. But since Season 5 did not start filming until autumn 2020, don’t expect the show’s first season to premiere till at least early 2022.
Another round at Pop's! #Riverdale has been RENEWED for Season 6! pic.twitter.com/ctqGVtlF2w
— Riverdale (@CW_Riverdale) February 4, 2021
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‘Riverdale’ Season 6 Trailer
Considering that Riverdale Season 5 remains underway, no Season 6 trailer has been released yet. However, fans can keep checking this space for updates on the upcoming time as they arrive.
‘Riverdale’ Season 6 Cast
Unless something big changes, you can count on Core Four actors KJ Apa, Cole Sprouse, Camila Mendes, and Lili Reinhart reprising their respective roles of Archie Andrews, Jughead Jones, Veronica Lodge, and Betty Cooper. Other principal cast members such as Madelaine Petsch, Casey Cott, and Vanessa Morgan are also very likely to return. No new cast members have been announced yet for Season 6.
‘Riverdale’ Season 6 Plot
Considering that Riverdale Season 5 includes a seven-season time leap, there is an excellent opportunity Season 6 will be set during this interval as well. I mean, they are not likely to age up the characters two seasons in a row, are they? Anything is possible on Riverdale, but even that appears to be too much better.
For Season 6, fans can expect to see the now-adult personalities of Riverdale solve yet another new mystery in the town, and probably deal with heaps for play while they’re at it.