In advance of the episode, which airs April 19, The CW sent out a press release that reads as if it were written by Riverdale High student.More news: Erykah Badu says she can even see good in Hitler
And don't worry, Jughead Jones (Cole Sprouse) fans. Town newbie Veronica Lodge (Camila Mendes) is set to torment Carrie into exacting a terrifying revenge as her bitchy classmate Chris Hargensen. She is excited to make her Riverdale High stage debut in Carrie: The Musical.
Yup. "Much love to her boyfriend". Whether it be the real-life relationship status of Bughead (still going strong) or the fate of the Black Hood mystery (not solved, according to Lili Reinhart), Riverdale news is high on our pop culture radars. She thanked her mom, Sierra McCoy for all "her love and support". Additional cast members include Reggie Mantle, Toni Topaz, Ethel Muggs, Midge Klump, Moose Mason, and, yes, even Jughead (as The Beak).
According to Variety, the Riverdale gang will be staging the notorious Carrie: The Musical, setting to music the classic story of teenage cruelty and social isolation that ends with most of a ME high school dead by the hand of a telekinetic social outcast. Will Jughead get to belt out a song about filming a high-school documentary?More news: Bank of America eliminates free checking accounts, enraging customers
However the musical episode plays out romantically, it's a brilliant concept for Riverdale to tackle.
However, Riverdale has created its own music for Archie's budding singer/songwriter career in the past so it's not out of the realm of possibilities that there will be new music as well. He'd like to thank Stephen King, the writers of the musical, his incredible cast and crew, and Idina Menzel.
So, while you begin the countdown, be sure to check out Riverdale each Wednesday night on The CW.More news: Cecile Richards reportedly stepping down from Planned Parenthood