Warning Spoilers Ahead!!
With only three episodes left of Riverdale’s first season left, spoilers are starting to sneak out about the series’ remaining episodes. To make sure you don’t miss any of the juicy tidbits on what we can expect in the last episodes of the hit CW series, here are all the latest spoilers on this week’s episode, “Chapter Eleven: To Riverdale and Back Again” as well as “Chapter Twelve: Anatomy of a Murder,” and season finale, “Chapter Thirteen: The Sweet Hereafter.” Check out the spoilers below. Remember; Read at Your Own Risk!
RIVERDALE airs THURSDAYS at 9|8c. on The CW
According to EW’s Spoiler Room (April 28th):
Do you have any scoop on my favorite character, Cheryl Blossom, for Riverdale? — Mason
After Cheryl told her parents she ditched the ring, but actually kept it, look for the final two episodes to really delve into where Cheryl’s allegiances lie. “She loved her brother and her brother loved her, and that’s been taken away from her, so in a weird way, even though we’re following Jughead and Betty’s investigation of the crime, what’s pulsing underneath is always that this essential part of her life is gone,” EP Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa says. “So even though she’s not investigating, I feel like there’s a deep question and devoid in her that has to be answered and filled.”
Riverdale Executive Producer, Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, tells TV Line about the episodes leading up to the finale:
Homecoming takes on a whole new meaning when Archie’s absent mom Mary (played by Molly Ringwald) returns to Riverdale. And she and her estranged husband Fred aren’t quite ready to finalize that divorce, executive producer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa hints: “The question of ‘Is she maybe going to rekindle with Fred?’ is definitely in play.” Fred and Archie aren’t the only ones happy to see her back in town, either: “It’s a good thing that Mary Andrews is a lawyer, because someone needs a lot of legal advice.” Plus, “there’s definitely more trouble” in store for teen lovebirds Betty and Jughead, with an event that “one of them considers a big betrayal.”
And on the season one finale airing May 11th:
Riverdale isn’t making us wait for an answer to its season-long mystery. Aguirre-Sacasa says the reveal of who killed Jason Blossom will actually happen the week before the season finale, so the finale “can really focus on the relationships, once the mystery’s been solved.” That said, the killer’s identity “opens the door on a lot of new mysteries,” the EP teases, with the finale packing “a couple of cliffhangers that will give you a hint of what’s to come” in Season 2.
Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, tells EW about the finale:
After the identity of Jason Blossom’s killer is revealed in the penultimate hour, “the entire town is reeling,” EP Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa says of the finale, which “comes full circle back to Sweetwater River.” The season ender also puts focus on the main core four as the pairings are finally firmed up — one couple goes all the way, while another’s fate is left in question. Ultimately, “There’s a huge twist ending that sets up the second season,” the Riverdale boss adds. “One of our main character’s life hangs in the balance.” Plus: Archie will finally perform with Josie and the Pussycats, while Jughead adopts his pet Hot Dog — oh, and eats a hamburger!