After six mind-boggling seasons and the Internet breaking, Riverdale It is set to come to a close next year, when its final episodes of The CW will air. The show, which is based on Archie Comics legends, has had a tendency to name individual installments after movie titles, borrowing names that often have something to do with the story at hand. With the show already confirmed to be back in the 1950s for its seventh and final season, it looks like the first episode is going to borrow a pretty clever name. as such Riverdale Showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa recently revealed on Instagram, that the season seven premiere will be titled “Don’t Worry, Baby.”
do not worry my loveIt, of course, is also the name of a recently released movie directed by Olivia Wilde, which has captured the attention of many due to various behind-the-scenes rumors about the cast. The film is set in a poetic version of the 1950s, making this Riverdale Beautiful meta title. The difference is that Riverdale’s use of the title Includes a comma. Many complained about the lack of a movie title.
“At various points in the season, we talked about what last season could have been, and a lot of people were very nostalgic when the kids were in high school,” Aguirre-Sacasa previously said of the 1950s development. “KJ Apa told me at one point, ‘Man, remember when we were in high school, and I was on the soccer team? And Mark Bedowitz of The CW had a conversation with John Goldwater and he said something like, “Do you remember when the kids were in high school?” We talked about it in the room, and we were kind of, oh, my God, can we go back and bring everyone back to high school? But we did. They had been in high school for over four years. It would seem like a repetition. So, we were in trouble.”
He continued, “I felt like all we were going to do for season seven was sort of a lesser version of our high school years. But thinking about nostalgia and then coming out of our super, legendary, Stephen King-like season, we knew we needed to make our last season really special.” One thing everyone can agree on is that when we have our characters in their famous comic strip outfits from the 1950s, people are happy. [Sprouse] He was so glad he never had to wear a beanie again, but he said to me, “But, man, I’ll wear this crown until the day I die.” So, we thought: What if we went back to high school, but instead of high school nowadays, we made it high school in the 1950s which is what a lot of people think of Archie’s characters.”
RiverdaleThe CW’s seventh and final season will premiere in early 2023 on The CW.