Cole Sprouse reveals when Riverdale’s fifth season jump will be
distance Riverdale At the end of Season 4, creator Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa confirmed the time jump in Season 5. However, Season 4 was cut short when production stopped early amid the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. So Riverdale The team chose to complete their story as planned before proceeding with the time jump.
“ The only thing we decided was that instead of making a time jump between Season 4 and Season 5, we thought things like prom and things like graduation. [are important]Aguirre-Sacasa said Entertainment tonight In May 2020. “After spending four years with these characters in high school, you don’t want to lose that. So, the first three episodes are kind of a direct continuation.”
He later added, “Usually, time jumps between seasons. But this is an exceptional year and these are exceptional circumstances. So, we are trying to see if we are making a time jump, and how fast we can do it.”
Before Riverdale The fifth season premiere, Cole Sprouse (who plays Jughead Jones) revealed when the time jump will happen and how long it will last.
“We’ve got a big leap of time,” Sprouse said. The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon. “We have had to shut down, of course, due to the COVID lockdown in the last three episodes of last season. So, the first three episodes of this new season are we finish those episodes. Then in Episode 4, we’re making a big jump.”
He continued, “We all leave Riverdale at the end of Episode 3 and come back after seven years. So I’m actually playing, almost my age, which is cool.”
[Spoiler alert: Spoilers about what happens after the Riverdale Season 5 time jump.]
What to expect from Betty, Archie, Veronica and Jughead after Riverdale’s fifth season jump
While the start Riverdale Season 5 is bidding farewell to high school, and the seven-year jump means a lot of change is coming after Episode Three. In an interview with Entertainment tonight As of January 2021, KJ Apa (who plays Archie Andrews) has teased what happens to Core Four.
For one, Veronica Lodge (Camila Mendes) Married To a “jealous man” named Chad Gecko (Chris Mason). Meanwhile, Betty Cooper (Lily Reinhart) appears to be in the FBI. “I, uh, don’t know how I did that,” Abba said.
The actor also revealed that Jughead has become an author and is “somewhat homeless” drunk. Apa said, “Jughead is – I think he’s authored, drunk and somewhat homeless after the time hoop.” “I’m exaggerating a little bit, but technically I’m right.”
Meanwhile, when you speak with TVLineApa confirmed Archie is joining the Army after graduation. But he’s back in Riverdale after learning what Hiram Lodge (Mark Consuelos) is doing with the city.
“[Archie] He discovers that the city is on the verge of becoming a ghost town, thanks to Hiram. ”So, he quarreled with the whole team, and found ways to revive the city.
The actor shared that the best way to revive the city is through Riverdale High. Then in the above interview with Entertainment Tonight, Apa revealed that the characters will become teachers at the school.
“The time jump will be a catalyst for what brings us all back to Riverdale, and we all become Riverdale High teachers,” he said.
Obviously, there’s a lot going on after time Riverdale Fifth season. But despite that, Abba promised fans that the show would remain intact.
“Even though there is a certain level of maturity for the characters now, it still is RiverdaleAbba said. “There’s still a lot of drama. But at the end of the day, it’s not like he’s in any way advanced into the show.”
Riverdale Season 5 airs on Wednesday nights on The CW.