Season 4 of Riverdale is taking a small break on Netflix. We assure you, it will not wait until 2020 before you can discover episode 8 : it will be released December 4 in the United States on the CW and available the next day on the platform. And it looks like it will be particularly difficult for Archie and Cheryl. Check out the trailer. Attention, spoilers !
Really, nothing goes to Riverdale… In flashbacks, it has been discovered that Jughead is dead (even if we not believe it too), and Betty (Lili Reinhart), Veronica (Camila Mendes) and Archie (KJ Apa) were arrested for his murder. In the present, it is not more simple : Archie has had to deal with the family of Dodgers, the father of Veronica is released from prison and became the mayor, and the half-brother of Betty is not really as nice as it does the leaves appear.
As you say, that all of these events will weigh on the morality of teens ! Because yes, even though it has a sublime body, Archie also has a heart ! In episode 8 of season 4 of Riverdale, the high school students will go to their advisor orientation embodied by the star of Suits, Gina Torres. A confrontation that promises to be complicated for the characters that will (literally) to crack.
The following week, this will be the time of the last episode of 2019, with episode 9 in which the first photos are to discover below. Jughead (Cole Sprouse) is going to begin in search of his grandfather, and make astounding discoveries. Of their sides, Archie and FP (Skeet Ulrich) are going to team up to get rid of Dodger and Veronica will receive the visit of… his grand-mother. Quite a program !
Riverdale season 4, episode 9 : Archie (KJ Apa) on a photo
Riverdale season 4, episode 9 : Archie, Veronica, Jughead, Betty and Toni on a photo
Riverdale season 4, episode 9 : Archie and Veronica on a photo
Riverdale season 4, episode 9 : Archie (KJ Apa) and FP (Skeet Ulrich) are teaming up on a photo
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