‘Riverdale’ 1.12 ‘Anatomy Of A Murder’ Trailer

Riverdale 112Riverdale just wrapped up its eleventh episode on the East Coast with plenty more twists, turns, and secrets to savor. Immediately following the episode, The CW aired the trailer for the next episode, “Chapter Twelve: Anatomy of a Murder,” which airs Thursday, May 4.

Next week, Jason Blossom’s killer is finally revealed. Archie and Veronica reveal what they found (or didn’t find) in FP’s trailer in an attempt to prove Jughead’s father was framed, the Blossoms and Coopers face new threats, and the gang discovers a video of Jason’s murder that changes things forever. As Fred cautions Archie, “You stay on this path and you will end up dead.”

You can check out the brief trailer for next week’s episode below along with the official description from The CW; however, be aware of some potential spoilers for “Chapter Twelve: Anatomy of a Murder.”

“Chapter Twelve: Anatomy of a Murder” — (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET) (TV-14, LV) (HDTV)

THINGS ARE NOT ALWAYS AS THEY SEEM – Archie (KJ Apa) and Veronica (Camila Mendes) are shocked to learn of the arrest but know they need to come clean to their parents about what they uncovered. Still hurt by the betrayal of his friends and torn over who to trust, Jughead (Cole Sprouse) reluctantly joins them in a quest for truth. Meanwhile, Cheryl (Madelaine Petsch) confronts her mom about why she treats her so much worse than she ever did with Jason. Lili Reinhart, Luke Perry, Madchen Amick, Marisol Nichols also star. Rob Seidenglanz directed the episode written by Michael Grassi (#112). Original airdate 5/4/2017.”

Riverdale airs on Thursday nights at 9/8c on The CW. Make sure to check back after each episode for our weekly review.

Did you enjoy tonight’s episode? What are you looking forward to next time? Sound off below!

10 Saturday Morning Cartoons That Could Make Successful Movies

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If the Smurfs or Transformers movies have taught us anything, old Saturday morning cartoons are the new grade-A meat for the movie studios. Cartoons can be turned into animated movies, just look at the success of the Spongebob Squarepants movies, but they can also make successful live-action adaptations. Well, with Power Rangers coming out soon, an idea so silly it might as well have been a Saturday morning cartoon it’s time for studio execs to take a look at some of these hidden classics. There’s clearly a lot of money to be made adapting beloved children franchises.

I want to point out a key word to all of you guys in case you get mad at my list. I don’t necessarily know if all of these cartoons could make good movies, but I’m pretty sure they could turn a profit and be considered successful. Some of these can be enjoyable and they’re ones you might not necessarily expectIf I forgot about your favorite Saturday morning cartoon, head to the comment section and let me know!

Hit Next to find out more about 10 cartoons that could translate to box-office gold.

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Whitney Eklof

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