Critic Consensus: Riverdale offers an amusingly self-aware reimagining of its classic source material that proves eerie, odd, daring, and above all addictive.
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as Archie Andrews
as Veronica Lodge
as Betty Cooper
as Ms. Grundy
as Jughead Jones
as Cheryl Blossom
as Alice Cooper
as Fred Andrews
as Josie Mccoy
as Reggie Mantle
as Hermione Lodge
as Kevin Keller
as Mayor McCoy
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There are so many interesting storylines in the first season. The plot keeps getting wilder and more bizarre throughout the season. People will be surprised once they see where it's all heading.
Riverdale looks like it'll be a nice place to visit for a few seasons.
Between the bags of dollar bills, bullet-holed foreheads, and two stellar performances by both Betty and Veronica, there are enough pieces for Riverdale to pass the midtown replacement test.
A dark (can I say "dark" enough here?) teen soap more in the vein of Pretty Little Liars than a comic book come to life.
For many, Riverdale might be an acquired taste. But there's plenty to chew on here.
Riverdale is not only coherent but often enthralling, an effectively moody and sometimes perverse melodrama that manages to revel in the high school tropes that Archie helped define decades ago while simultaneously subverting them.
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