Riverdale: the cast has signed for another three years
Riverdale is soon to become a series loved by the audience. The drama, The CW is now a phenomenon thanks to the mix of her bizarre plots, and the cast incredibly fun. With many of the adolescent characters of the show, currently in high school, some have begun to wonder exactly what the long-term fate of the show. According to K. J. Apa, who plays Archie Andrews in the series, it will still take some years before they start talking.
In a recent interview with the Los Angeles Times, Apa is vague about the details of his contract, which according to him is the same as that of all the protagonists of the show, but has confirmed that it will be in the show for the next three years.
“We all want to make films,” explained Apa. “I think that we are all, in a certain sense, willing to work on other things because we are stuck in Vancouver in the show. Which is great: we all like to work at the show. But we're all longing for something else in which to do so. It is fantastic that we can do it, because I don't know if it is common that many actors on television can do so easily with film. I've always had a little fear of this, type “Friend, I hope to be able to turn the film, because I don't want to be considered Archie for the rest of my life.”
At present, this would bring the main cast to participate in a hypothetical seventh season, the rest is fairly standard for shows on The CW. Of course, things can change – and can be negotiated new contracts – if the show is expected to surpass Season 7.
“[The show will last] until the fans will continue to watch,” said the Apa in a previous interview. “I mean, the show is not called Riverdale High, it's called Riverdale. Then you never know what can happen after...”
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