Publicado: Vie, May 17, 2019
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Riverdale Season 3 Finale: 8 Ups & 3 Downs From 'Survive The Night'

Riverdale Season 3 Finale: 8 Ups & 3 Downs From 'Survive The Night'

Aguirre-Sacasa on Wednesday told The Hollywood Reporter that the storyline revolving around Andrews will "absolutely" be completed next year following Perry's March 4 death, which came about five days after he suffered a massive stroke at his Sherman Oaks, California home.

Contains spoilers from Riverdale Season 3, Episode 22. He also confirmed that it will open with a more appropriate sendoff to the late actor.

Now, Riverdale creator Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa has spoken out on Fred's plans and why it could not be solved in season three. When Luke passed, we had already broken and written a lot of the end of the season, and we really wanted to ...

After Perry's death, Riverdale briefly shut down production out of respect for the actor while the show's cast and fans shared some of their favorite memories.

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According to Aguirre-Sacasa, Fred's absence will not only be addressed, it's "going to be a big part of Archie's journey next season, honestly".

Showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa just teased that the show's Core Four (Archie, Betty, Veronica, and Jughead) will go through some major turmoil next season - and he says fans should be especially concerned for Jughead (played by Cole Sprouse). Instead, they wanted to get it just right. They also, ominously, burned Jughead's iconic beanie.

So, what can we expect to learn about this time jump next season?

"Luke was one of the hearts of the show - Luke and KJ, their relationship, and as insane as things got, we always turned back to them", Aguirre-Sacasa added. "And we wanted to do something that was sort of a little bit more like an homage to the '80s and '90s teen thrillers, like Killing Mr. Griffin or I Know What You Did Last Summer or the novels like The Secret History by Donna Tartt, that were more focused on the role of students and the school".

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