Riverdale: the second season will continue to address issues of social justice
Interview by Forbes, the interpreter of Cheryl Blossom, Madelaine Petsch, discussed of Riverdale, the series the CW based on the comic of Archie Comics, and of the main themes of the series that the characters will continue to face in the second season.
“It is important that we go back to the things they were discussing in the last season,” said Petsch, “and this includes many issues of social justice.”
Among the themes in the first season of Riverdale, we remember the feminism, mental illness, masculinity is toxic and the problems of a financial nature, but in the second season, Petsch also promises that the series will explore the sensitivity of the high-school.
“We're shooting episode five of the twenty-two next week,” said Petsch, “and many of the things that happen in that episode are really normal for people at the high school. It is important for the TV to bring to light these things, I can't wait people to see.”
The second season of Riverdale will be aired on October 11 on The CW.
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