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Return Of ‘Riverdale’

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Junior Margret Simmons watches "Riverdale" on Netflix.

Audrey Whalen

Audrey Whalen

Junior Margret Simmons watches "Riverdale" on Netflix.

Audrey Whalen, Reporter

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Season 2 of “Riverdale”  just debuted on the CW.

“I am so excited. I can’t wait to see how Betty and Jughead get over their issues,” junior Haley Gray said.

Season 1 grabbed the attention of many teenagers. With a mystery to find out who killed Jason Blossom, the local football star, who disappeared at Sweet Water Lake fourth of July weekend. The whole series was about the teenagers at SweetWater High trying to figure out who the town murderer was.

“Season 1 was fantastic, but if season 2 does not meet my standards, I will not continue to watch it” junior Lexy Hoenshell said.

Season 2 has the same basic plot as season 1 except the characters Betty, Jughead, Archie and Veronica are not trying to find Jason but the murderer of a different character.  Season 2 has a variety of different things going on, Veronica is trying to find who she is, Jughead is trying to balance school and his social life, and Archie is trying to fight the demons hidden in the closet. 

“Season 1 was so amazing that season 2 has to be good; I can’t wait for all the ships throughout the friend group,” junior Jahmiah Higgins said.

The characters have all developed relationships within one another, in season 2 these relationships are being threatened.  

“Riverdale” season 2 is on CW Wednesday nights at 7p.m. 

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Return Of ‘Riverdale’