The last season of Riverdale, Season 7, has drastically changed everything. After Bailey’s Comet was pointed towards the town, a catastrophe of extinction level happened, forcing Tabitha (Erinn Westbrook) to use her angelic powers to travel back in time and transport everyone to the 1950s. Our characters have entered their new lives with no recollection of the past as she looks for a means to escape the comet and separate the eras.
Betty (Lili Reinhart), Veronica (Camila Mendes), Cheryl (Madelaine Petsch), Toni (Vanessa Morgan), Kevin (Casey Cott), and Jughead (Cole Sprouse) are now teenagers once more, struggling in different ways against the oppressive standards of the time while exploring romantic relationships—both new and old—with a fair amount of twists. The program’s 1950s theme was fun at first and felt like a great reference to the comics, but now we’re halfway through the last season, the show has turned into the one thing no one could have ever accused it of being: boring. Read out to know more details.
The final season of Riverdale will change the dynamics of beloved characters of the show
The fact that these aren’t the characters we’ve grown to love over the past six seasons is the biggest problem with this voyage back in time to the 1950s. While technically true, they are entirely distinct people with very different backstories and recollections. As a result, although it had been hinted earlier that the characters would retain their emotional memories of the present, and at first it certainly appeared to be the case, it no longer seems that way.
The relationship between Archie and Betty is a perfect illustration of this, as the last season has treated these two terribly unjustly. When Bailey’s Comet hit Riverdale, their relationship felt nowhere near as strong. They were so much in love that they were both ready to be hitched and start a family. Even while there is still a strong attraction in the 1950s, this romance frequently falls short of capturing its depth. Archie loses almost every opportunity to completely floor Betty because he has the attention span of a squirrel.
Since she first appeared in Riverdale Season 5 on CW, Tabitha and Jughead’s romance has been one of the show’s strongest elements, but the final season won’t even feature the Tabitha fans know and love. When 1950s Archie won’t even acknowledge her, Veronica’s quest for Archie’s heart doesn’t carry much weight either. This is puzzling given that Tabitha’s visions of Archie’s future revealed that he had roughly equal chances of falling in love with either Betty or Veronica.
Fans express their disappointment with the new season of Riverdale
There has been some disheartening news regarding Riverdale, the thriller that follows youngsters in a dark, frightening world full of ruthless outlaws. Despite being popular in its previous seasons, Riverdale has been cancelled and will conclude after season 7.
The fan response to Riverdale’s closure has been fairly unexpected, despite the fact that it marks the end of an era. Fans have always believed that Riverdale was destroyed by season 3 and that the show’s quality declined well before season 7. By ranking the seasons, Collider has validated fan opinion by placing season 3 last. Here are some disappointing statements made by the Riverdale fans.
One follower said “It doesn’t even make sense”
Looks like the loyal fans of the show wanted it to end way long ago but this didn’t happen. If fans are this much angry or disappointed with the makers of the show then it’s hard to predict whether this final season will have a good TRP or not. Stay tuned to know more!
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