Riverdale will be back for a fifth series after the latest season was cut short. The Netflix and The CW drama wasn’t able to finish filming series four so some of the storylines will instead be featured in the upcoming new episodes. This is especially good news seeing as there was plenty of unfinished business in Riverdale.
WARNING: This article contains spoilers from Riverdale season four.
In the second half of series four, the residents of Riverdale were being sent mysterious videotapes with hours of footage of their own doorstep.
A second lot of tapes then showed the same thing but just a little bit closer, which many started to feel intimidated by.
The amateur filmmaker went that bit further though and started recreating horrible incidents which had happened in the town, while wearing look-a-like masks of those involved.
One was the “death” of Jughead Jones (played by Cole Sprouse) with Betty Cooper (Lili Reinhart) hitting him over the head with a rock.
The second was Jason Blossom (Trevor Stines) being shot by his dad Clifford Blossom (Barclay Hope) back in series one.
Riverdale ended with a tape showing a group of people dressed up as the Riverdale High students hurting a man who looks like Mr Honey (Kerr Smith).
But before fans could find out the identity of the people behind the tapes, Riverdale series four was cut short.
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There were fewer scenes featuring Toni in the latest series and when she did appear, she was almost seen as a sidekick to Cheryl and her bizarre antics.
Whereas before they appeared to be a strong power couple, it now looks like Cheryl is taking centre stage all of the time, leaving girlfriend Toni at the sidelines.
With the seniors getting ready to graduate and leave Riverdale High behind, could this actually be the beginning of Cheryl and Toni who already seem on the rocks?
According to Riverdale writer Ted Sullivan, there was meant to be a Toni-centred episode coming up at the end of series four.
But as the season was shortened, this will instead be shown in the next series.
Taking to Twitter, Sullivan said: “The pandemic derailed production and there was a heavy Toni episode coming up.
“We’ll still do it, but you’ll have to now wait for season five instead of season four.”
Riverdale is available to watch on Netflix.