CWs Riverdale returns in two weeks with its seventh and final season. After the storm wild stories years later, the series ends as it takes the crew back in time. In the months leading up to the new season, viewers a first look video and trailer. Now that the wait is over, The CW has shared the official Season 7 poster.
The poster takes inspiration from the classics Archie comics, intended to appear as its own issue of a long-running publication series. In previous seasons, the show had directly referenced comics, stories, costumes and more. However, this season leans more towards a classic aesthetic in both production and costume design. The poster features the most prominent returning group throughout the season, including Jughead (Cole Sprouse), Archie (Sister KJ), Betty (Lily Reinhart), Cheryl (Madeleine Petsch), Veronica (Camila Mendes), Kevin (Casey Cott), Tabitha (Erinn Westbrook), Tony (Vanessa Morgan), teeth (Drew Ray Tanner) and Reggie (Charles Melton).
In addition, the new poster features iconic objects and locations from the show and depicts Season 7 of The 50s. The Pop’s Chock Lit Shoppe sign is right in the center as it has been a staple of the show. quite a start. Riverdale High School sits beneath it, a full-circle moment as the group returns to their teenage years. Also, cars seem to be important to the characters, something that has come up in previous seasons – especially for Archie and Reggie.
What is this Riverdale About season 7?
After Season 6’s Comet Time Machine, Season 7 begins with the town returning to 1955 and the group returning to high school. While most of them go through drama and the standard routines of life in general, Jughead is the only one who remembers what happened and tries to bring the town back to where it is today. Premiere Episode “Don’t worry my dear,” finds Archie trying to impress Veronica, the new girl again, while Cheryl plans to take him down. Betty, Tony, and Tabitha They confront the main Featherhead after he stonewalls their attempts to write about the murder of Emmett Till. Finally, Jughead tries to jog everyone’s memories.
Riverdale will premiere its final season on Wednesday, March 29 at 9:00 p.m. on The CW and stream the following day on The CW app and website. Previous seasons are available to stream on Netflix. Check out the poster below: