Spoilers ahead: Rumours of the undead, addressing incest and Betty’s long-lost brother
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After binging on all 13 episodes of Riverdale, the finale left me with more questions than answers.
That was despite solving the mystery of who killed Jason, which was pretty much the only plot line driving the entire series in the first half.
Based on the popular comic series Archie, Riverdale went down a much darker path — think a mix between Gossip Girl and Pretty Little Liars.
The climax started with Jason Blossom’s death, which was eventually revealed to just be one little broken strand in the town’s intricate web of secrets.
That’s not all, each family’s history was found to be entangled in a dramatic mess that could potentially cost lives and friendships.
Unfortunately, the finale of the season was more concerned with setting the scene for the following season instead of tying up loose ends.
Here are ten questions we want answered:
1. Is Sabrina The Teenage Witch ever going to make her debut?
KJ Apa, who plays our favorite redhead Archie, promised at the San Diego Comic Convention 2016 that Sabrina would appear in the finale — except she didn’t.
For those who aren’t familiar with the Archie comics, Sabrina The Teenage Witch is a supernatural character in the Archie universe who lives across Sweetwater River in the fictional town of Greendale.
Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, the show runner of Riverdale, is also the creator of the morbid comic series called Afterlife with Archie, which explains why Riverdale is much darker than the sitcom-like Archie comics.
Case in point? Archie and his friends start a zombie apocalypse when Sabrina tries to bring Jughead’s dog back to life.
Nothing is impossible so I’m hoping that Jason’s death is a reason for Sabrina’s appearance. After all, the Blossom family will go to extreme lengths to get what they want.