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17 September 2018, 14:33
Netflix is finally bringing us season 3 of Riverdale very soon and all we can think about are the cast, storylines and the latest news and spoilers coming our way.
Ever since the first season dropped on Netflix, we were absolutely glued to our screens watching the dramatic events that unfolded in the lives of Archie, Jughead, Betty, Veronica and plenty more residents of the American town.
So here's everything we know so far about the eagerly awaited Riverdale season 3 including which characters are coming back, the Netflix release date and all the latest news.
The first and probably most important thing to know is the launch date for season three and we can tell you that it's actually been revealed to be 9th October 2018!
So get that date down in your diary ASAP because you're gonna need to be ready.
Unless there are any last minute surprises, the entire main cast from season 2 should be with us once more as we make our way into seaosn 3.
So the cast list for Riverdale Season 3 currently looks like:
Archie Andrews, played by KJ Apa
Betty Cooper, played by Lili Reinhart
Veronica Lodge, played by Camila Mendes
Jughead Jones, played by Cole Sprouse
Cherly Blossom, played by Madelaine Petsch
Hermoine Lodge, played by Marisol Nichols
Fred Andrews, played by Luke Perry
Alice Cooper, played by Mädchen Amick
Hiram Lodge, played by Mark Consuelos
Spoilers have also suggested that two other recurring characters will be getting more screen time in season 3 - Reggie Mantle and Antoinette 'Toni' Topaz.
With season 2 leaving plenty of questions unanswered, we can't wait to get into the brand new season, but we need to address this potential 'Sabrina, The Teenage Witch' crossover.
With the Riverdale showrunner also working on Netflix's adaptation of Sabrina, fans have long craved for a crossover, but we've learned that it won't be happening. Riverdale has had its fair share of weird occurances, but saldy a magical witch won't be one of them.
How about another musical episode then? After Carrie: The Musical, we're kinda keeping our fingers crossed that we get another big old sing song, but there's been no talk of another episode showcasing the casts amazing voices. Make it happen please!