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Riverdale Season 5 – What are the cast, plot and release date?

Riverdale Season 5

Riverdale Season 5 – The teen mystery show exerting its casts from the Archie Comics has been surprising and thrilling all the fans and viewers since 2017. While the fourth season has gone through a few logistical differences because of the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, it is still in place for its fifth season to return in early 2021.


Release Date for Season 5 – Riverdale

The series will renew in early 2021. Riverdale should have been released this October, but due to the production close down because of the coronavirus pandemic, The C.W. has shifted season 5 until January 2021. As of now, we don’t have any official premiere date yet for Season 5.

The Cast for Season 5

The official cast list is not yet declared for season 5, but it looks highly unlikely that the series might proceed without the main four characters – KJ Apa,
Cole Sprouse,
Camila Mendes, and
Lili Reinhart looks all set to reprise their roles as Archie, Jughead, Veronica, and Betty.

Two cast members – Marisol Nichols, who plays Hermione Lodge, and Skeeter Ulrich, who plays F.P. Jones might not be returning full-time for Riverdale Season 5. This will be saddening to fans and audiences who wished to watch more of the growing relationship between Alice and F.P.

The Trailer for Season 5 – Riverdale

With production just going to begin, we are a little away from a trailer to launch yet. Still, Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa (the creator) posted a sneak preview picture to Instagram of the prom scene, showing (Vanessa Morgan) Toni and (Madelaine Petsch) Cheryl snapped together.

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The Plot for Season 5 – Riverdale

At this stage, the plot details are kept undercover, with no official trailer so far. Nevertheless, Lili Reinhart has endorsed one significant shift in the next episodes of a 7-year time jump.

Reinhart explaining the development on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon stated that – We are doing a 7-year time jump into the future; therefore, now we are not teenagers anymore – I am psyched regarding it. I guess it will be acceptable to play an adult. But I also genuinely appreciate that Roberto, our show maker when he said, let us renew. Hence now we are not just stuck in high school for seven seasons.

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