‘Riverdale’ Casts Hart Denton As Betty’s Brother Chic

Last week, it was reported that Chic Cooper would be joining the cast of Riverdale as a recurring character. Chic is Betty’s long lost brother who was given up for adoption before Betty was born. Now, TVLine reports that the role has been cast.

Hart Denton (Lethal Weapon) will be playing the blonde-haired brother starting around the midpoint of season 2. The actor/musician will most likely bring even more drama to The CW show, as he comes back to see Betty and the rest of his family.

Other newcomers for this season include Mark Consuelos as Veronica’s father Hiram Lodge and Graham Phillips as Veronica’s old school pal Nick St. Clair.

You can read the official synopsis for the Riverdale season 2 premiere below!

THE ANGEL OF DEATH — As Fred’s (Luke Perry) life hangs in the balance following the shooting at Pop’s diner, Archie (KJ Apa) struggles with the emotional aftermath of what he witnessed. Meanwhile, as Veronica (Camila Mendes) steps out of her comfort zone to support Archie, she learns that her father Hiram (Mark Consuelos) has arrived to Riverdale earlier than expected. Elsewhere, at Pop’s diner, Pop Tate (guest star Alvin Sanders) recounts the chilling details of the shooting, which leaves Jughead (Cole Sprouse) and Betty (Lili Reinhart) questioning the gunman’s true motives. Lastly, after running into Cheryl (Madelaine Petsch) at the hospital, Betty and Kevin (Casey Cott) are surprised to learn about the fire at Thornhill. Rob Seidenglanz directed the episode written by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa.

The second season of Riverdale will air on Wednesdays at 8:00 pm ET on The CW starting on October 11, 2017.

Source: TVLine

7 Reasons Why ‘Marvel’s Inhumans’ Failed

The premiere episodes of the ABC Marvel’s Inhumans has already aired with good ratings for ABC, stronger than the Season 4 of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and the final season of Agent Carter but this does not mean it is a success.

Marvel’s Inhumans has been dragged through the mud with critics, many lambasting it as the worst thing Marvel Studios has ever been involved with, and a serious low-point for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. I have seen these episodes of Inhumans and I can honestly say that ever criticism is apt. It’s even more apt to say that Inhumans has failed as a series because of its incredibly low approval for its pilot episodes. So how did it happen? Who’s to blame? What reasons can be found to why something that Marvel Studios were trying to do for years has now been reviled by many?

This list is here to detail those reasons why Inhumans failed. Click Next to find out!

Bryan Smith

Bryan Smith

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