Note: This article contains forecasts for the end of the medium term term Riverdale. Strange and careful.
There were more horses and turns than a Fizzle Rocks trip in the game yesterday in the middle of yesterday's season Riverdale, and it looks like things will just go for someone else.
In the latest episode of teenage drama, the fans watched as the whole town was given under quarantine following mass seizure at Riverdale High.
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However, quarantine in the country has never happened smoothly, however, and we saw Archie leading to the Canada border only while Jughead had expired outside the city boundaries.
We already knew that something "practically biblical" was going down at Riverdale, but now the executive producer of the series, Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, has revealed how "mysterious" will be in the town when we return next year.
Aguirre-Sacasa also confirmed "jumping time" again when the series continues in January – and "different parks" with it.
"We jumped time over the summer, and some time will jump when we come back," he explained, "and we'll see what Riverdale has been like under quarantine, and as a protected town."