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Questions We Have for “Riverdale” Season 2

This article is written by a student writer from the Her Campus at Bentley chapter.

Warning: spoilers!

Last year, I started watching the show Riverdale and loved it. For those of you who have not seen it, the first season is on Netflix, and is only 13 episodes. The premise of the show is a murder mystery set in a small town; the series is based on the Archie comics and—for those of you who have watched The Suite Life of Zack and Cody—the show stars Cole Sprouse. If you haven’t seen it yet, I totally recommend watching it before reading this article.


Season 2 is coming back on Wednesday, October 11th—with the Season 1 finale leaving a lot of viewers with many questions concerning the fate of Riverdale. So to get everyone caught back up, here’s a list of things we want addressed in Season 2.


Is Fred Andrews okay? Who shot him? How is Archie going to be affected?


Will Jughead be joining the Southside Serpents and attending Southside High? What does this mean for Betty and Jughead’s relationship?


What’s going to happen to Cheryl now that she knows the truth about her father and burned down her house?


What’s going to happen when Hiram Lodge finally comes to Riverdale?


Are we going to see more Josie and the Pussycats?


What trouble is Toni Topaz (a new character joining the cast) going to cause?


What’s Polly going to do in light of the revelation of her relationship to Jason?


How is Archie and Veronica’s relationship going to progress?


Will we see more dark Betty?


What’s going to happen to Kevin this season?


Will we be able to handle all of this drama?!



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Native New Yorker Brooke Camarda has had her eclectic share of jobs—from the runways of NYFW to the haunted hallways of NYZ Apocalypse. Commonly known by her alter ego of Wonder Woman, there's no task or adventure that the skydiving-enthusiast isn't willing to take on. She loves typography and cappuccinos almost as much as she loves her (very) big family, and is thrilled to be writing for Bentley University's chapter of Her Campus.