‘Riverdale’ Season 2: 10 Things We Need To See

  

The CW was in need of another hit teen drama, and it delivered what it promised with Riverdale. The new series took the beloved characters of the Archie comics and put a twist on their relationships and personalities, and of course the quaint little town of Riverdale. Season one had fans hooked with its amazing young cast, a gripping murder storyline and some shocking revelations, but also left fans with a lot of questions. Riverdale was given an early renewal for season two which means it will have to meet a lot of high expectations to ensure the series continues and becomes one of TV’s dominating teen dramas. Here are 10 things we need to see in season two:

10. Jughead’s Future

Archie Andrews was supposed to be the central Riverdale character, but it took no time at all for Jughead Jones to become the most intriguing character on the show to follow. Fans saw Jughead go through a lot of ups and downs in season one, but it all came to a head when he was offered a Southside Serpents jacket as a thanks for his dad not giving up any of their names while he was in prison. Betty looked on in horror as Jughead accepted the jacket and put it on, making many wonder exactly what path he was going to take and if being a Serpent is in his future.

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9. The Blossoms 

The entirety of Riverdale‘s first season surrounded the mysterious murder of Jason Blossom and all the possible suspects in his death, but it is safe to say no one suspected the actual killer — Jason’s father, Clifford Blossom. After the shocking revelation of who killed Jason, the entire Blossom family’s fate is in question after Clifford then committed suicide and it was revealed the famous Blossom maple syrup business was really just a front for drugs. Season two will have to focus a lot on not only how Cheryl and her mother continue on after Clifford’s suicide and the drug revelation, but also what happens now that Cheryl set fire to Thornhill.

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