Home Tv & Radio Riverdale season four theories: Southside Serpents to faux Jughead's demise?

Riverdale season four theories: Southside Serpents to faux Jughead's demise?

Most followers are unconvinced that the sequence is definitely killing off such a key Riverdale participant. Vigilant viewers of the shiny adaptation of Archie comics, which airs on The CW and Netflix, have already spied some clues that point out Jughead (performed by Cole Sprouse) might be faking his demise. The newest episode has added extra gas to the fireplace.

This season has seen Jughead reluctantly enrolled within the snotty Stonewall Prep, a status boarding college that specialises in educating the ‘elite’ class. 

Because of his writing expertise, Jughead now finds himself amongst a peer group of smug upstarts like Bret Weston Wallis who constantly berate him for his tough previous. 

Jughead has been on the lookout for a doable out, regardless of the varsity helping his software to Yale College, and, in true Riverdale style, faking his personal demise will be the solely method to do it. 

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The speculation has been round for the reason that finale of season three, which featured followers’ first glimpse on the curious circumstances surrounding his obvious demise. 

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Ever since Jughead’s dad FP (Skeet Ulrich) defected from the gang and have become Sheriff of Riverdale, followers have been lacking the Southside Serpents.

As the following episode has sadly been pushed again for every week there has up to now been no promotional video launched to tease what occurs subsequent.

Nevertheless, since this episode featured the scene during which Archie (KJ Apa) and Veronica (Camila Mendes) discovering Jughead seemingly being murdered by Betty (Lili Reinhart), followers may have lots to argue about over the approaching fortnight.

Proper earlier than the episode cuts to this scene, there’s an intimate trade between the couple, with Jughead making certain Betty “It’s all going to be okay.”

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