Riverdale Season 4 Episode 18 Return Date, Trailer, News, and Episode Guide


read our review of “Men of Honor” here.

Riverdale Season 4 Episode 13 – Chapter 70: The Ides of March

Worried about what the future may hold for him after high school, Archie seeks advice from an unlikely source; Veronica begins to spiral after learning some devastating news about someone close to her.

air date: 2/12/20

read our review of “The Ides of March” here.

Riverdale Season 4 Episode 14 – Chapter 71: How to Get Away with Murder

When a night in the woods goes horribly awry, Betty, Archie and Veronica are forced to confront what one of them may be capable of.

air date: 2/26/20

read our review of “How to Get Away with Murder” here.

Riverdale Season 4 Episode 15 – Chapter 72: To Die For

Alice begins shooting a documentary about Riverdale and the latest mystery involving one of its own; Betty, Archie and Veronica fall deeper into a web of lies as the investigation gets underway.

air date: 3/4/20

read our review of “To Die For” here

Riverdale Season 4 Episode 16 – Chapter 73: The Locked Room

After Jughead’s resurrection, Betty, Archie, and Veronica notice that there’s something different about him. Meanwhile, Cheryl and Tony experience some relationship problems.

air date: 3/11/20

read our review of “The Locked Room” here.

Riverdale Season 4 Episode 17 – Chapter 74: Wicked Little Town

After the previous debacles of Carrie and Heathers, Kevin Keller has decided to revive Riverdale High’s tradition of hosting a variety show! But when Mr. Honey forbids him from performing a musical number from Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Kevin and our gang rallies against their principal- by each performing a number from Hedwig, turning the Variety Show into a full-fledged musical that, as always, reflects our characters’ inner lives and struggles. And admist all the drama, one forbidden showmance begins to blossom…

air date: 4/15/20

Read our review of “Wicked Little Town” here.

Riverdale Season 4 Episode 18 – Chapter 75: Lynchian

air date: 4/22/20

Riverdale Season 4 Episode 19 – Chapter 76: Killing Mr. Honey

air date: 4/29/20

Riverdale Season 4 Trailer

The first trailer for Riverdale season 4 has arrived! After opening with the show’s touching Luke Perry salute, it moves into some of the more salient plot points to expect from season 4.

Riverdale Season 4 Cast

At San Diego Comic-Con 2019, Riverdale producers confirmed that Shannen Doherty will be guest starring in the Luke Perry tribute, which is also the first episode of the season.

“They were such good friends, and when we were putting together this tribute episode, we wanted to make it as special as possible, and so we asked Shannen to do a pivotal, super-emotional role,” producer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa said. “She read the script and immediately said ‘yes.’ It’s very impactful.”

Also revealed at SDCC 2019 is that Kerr Smith will be joining the Riverdale season 4 cast as new principal Mr. Honey. 

Ashleigh Murray, who plays Josie, will be leaving Riverdale to star on spinoff Katy KeeneDeadline has also confirmed that Wyatt Nash, aka Charles, an FBI agent investigating The Farm and Alice and FP’s long lost son, will be back for Season 4.

Riverdale Season 4 Plot

At Riverdale‘s SDCC 2019 panel, producers revealed some plot points that we’ll see in season 4. For starters, they’re not going to let The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina have all the fun. Riverdale will be getting its own Halloween special this year. You can read more about that—and this season’s musical episode—here.

Also on the docket is Jughead moving to a new prep school, Archie starting a band (called “The Archies” naturally), and Veronica and Cheryl will start a maple syryp rum-running business.

read more: Will Riverdale Go to College?

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