The Best of Riverdale Awards | Netflix

The Best of Riverdale Awards | Netflix

Riverdale may be based in the Archie Comics universe, but there’s plenty of craziness going on we don’t remember seeing in the original issues. We honor some of Jughead, Betty, Veronica and friends’ best and wildest moments in this episode of “Oddly Specific Awards.”

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The Best of Riverdale Awards | Netflix

Daring adventure meets chilling darkness as Riverdale explores a new side of grief and the gang prepares for the ultimate test: senior year.


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  1. I don’t know why people hate the show so bad in these comments like the show isn’t awful. It has its on made up genre

  2. I love Riverdale just because it’s as insane as it is and the writers know it and fully embrace it and I think the show is really good because they really dare to make the show like that and it’s something different and something you just don’t see in other shows and that’s great about it…

  3. Love that Netflix is aware, more so than some people in the comments. People need to realise that this show is bad in purpos now, after the decent dramatic S1 it started getting bad and weird, and instead of trying to pretend they know what they are doing and still pretend it’s a serious drama story, they went all in on the weirdness, and imo it’s hilarous! It’s a comedy show disguised as a teen drama. If “Evil Kenevil” Edgar, Cheryll talking to her brother’s stuffed corps, and the mutliple “long lost siblings” didn’t conviced you of that, then I don’t know what to tell you anymore.

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