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"Riverdale" Season 3 Just Ended On A Huge Cliffhanger, And Here's What It Means For Season 4

🚨Warning: There are MAJOR spoilers ahead for Season 3, Episode 22🚨

Alright, I think it’s safe to say that Riverdale Season 3 had some truly bizarre moments.

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I mean, there were random seizures, deadly games of Gryphons & Gargoyles, organ harvesting, and a literal bear attack.

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So, with that in mind, you can imagine how worried I was for the Season 3 finale last night — I mean, it could’ve included anything.

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Basically, the season wrapped up with Chick being unmasked as the Gargoyle King, and Penelope Blossom was revealed to be the mastermind behind it all.

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Meanwhile, The Farm storyline ended with Edgar Evernever and his creepy cult leaving town — also, Alice is actually working with the FBI to take them down.

The FBI agent she's working for is (allegedly) Charles, her and FP's son that she gave up for adoption years ago.
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The FBI agent she’s working for is (allegedly) Charles, her and FP’s son that she gave up for adoption years ago.

However, nothing was as jaw-dropping as the closing minutes of the finale.

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The episode ended with a time jump to the gang’s senior year. Betty, Veronica, and Archie are shown covered in blood, and Archie is clutching Jughead’s beanie!

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Betty tells Archie to throw Jughead’s beanie INTO THE FIRE and that after senior year they will all go their separate ways — what the heck?

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So, just like me, fans are also confused as to what this cliffhanger means for the upcoming season.

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So, here’s everything we know about Season 4 so far:

1. Next season will get back to basics in terms of focusing on high school and the students — we can kiss all of this G&G nonsense goodbye.

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2. The season will pay homage to I Know What You Did Last Summer and center on what led to Betty, Veronica, and Archie standing in the woods without Jughead.

The season will also look a little like How to Get Away With Murder.
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The season will also look a little like How to Get Away With Murder.

3. And if you loved seeing Archie, Betty, Veronica, and Jughead all together again, expect much more of that moving forward.

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Creator Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa told EW, “We wanted to do something that tied them all together for the core mystery and for a big secret…it would be all of our foursome and not the kids split off again.”

4. According to Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, fans should be “very worried” that Jughead is missing from the flash forward.

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5. In terms of Alice and The Farm, that storyline will be wrapped up pretty early in Season 4 — honestly, thank god!

Roberto told TVLine, "Betty and Charles and Jughead have to extract Alice from wherever The Farm is holed up in. So that’s something we’re going to address early on in the season."
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Roberto told TVLine, “Betty and Charles and Jughead have to extract Alice from wherever The Farm is holed up in. So that’s something we’re going to address early on in the season.”

6. And, Charles will play a crucial role, plus we’ll see how his reappearance affects Alice and FP, but also Betty and Jughead.

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7. The Season 3 finale also featured a moment where Cheryl talks to Jason Blossom’s corpse, and the disturbing nature of that will be explored next season.

Speaking about this creepy Cheryl moment, Roberto said, "I don’t think it’s going to go as extreme as Norman Bates but it will hopefully put us in a place where we can go a little bit weirder and more twisted with the Blossoms."
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Speaking about this creepy Cheryl moment, Roberto said, “I don’t think it’s going to go as extreme as Norman Bates but it will hopefully put us in a place where we can go a little bit weirder and more twisted with the Blossoms.”

8. And finally, Luke Perry’s death will be addressed at the beginning of the season.

Roberto told EW, "When Luke passed, we’d already more or less outlined the last two or three episodes, and we didn’t want to rush that or get it wrong. So we are 100% going to deal with it narratively at the beginning of Season 4, and we want that episode to really honor the character of Fred and honestly, to honor the actor Luke and our friend Luke."
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Roberto told EW, “When Luke passed, we’d already more or less outlined the last two or three episodes, and we didn’t want to rush that or get it wrong. So we are 100% going to deal with it narratively at the beginning of Season 4, and we want that episode to really honor the character of Fred and honestly, to honor the actor Luke and our friend Luke.”

So, there you have it! Riverdale Season 4 will return this fall and will feel much more like Season 1, which I’m honestly super excited about!

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