The drama series Riverdale has gathered a massive following among fans ever since it was released on Netflix in 2017. The series has had a successful run for four seasons and season 5 is currently entertaining the show’s enormous fan base. Lately, the series aired its own Season 5 episode two on January 27 and fans want to know if is Riverdale season 5 episode 3 releasing.
When Is Riverdale Season 5 Episode 3 Coming Out?
Riverdale season 5 episode 3 will release on February 3, 2021, at 8 pm ET on The CW Network. CW has published on their website the new installment of the show is being released on a weekly basis. New episodes are released every Wednesday. Fans can watch Riverdale season 5 episode 3 on The CW site or app, the following day. Fans who do not have a cable subscription may watch the episode on DirecTV, Fubo TV, iTunes, or even YouTube TV. Netflix users outside the USA, in the united kingdom, Canada, and Australia may see new episodes every Thursday, a day after its premiere on The CW.
Riverdale Season 5 Episode 3 Spoilers
Riverdale season 5 episode 3 is titled Chapter Seventy-Nine: Graduation. As its name suggests this incident was supposed to be the finale for its fourth season, as the season had to be cut short because of the pandemic. In this episode, according to the CW network, Archie will understand if he is going to graduate high school with his friends or not. Jones might have to make a difficult decision concerning him and Jellybean. This episode will mark a substantial change in the lives of the Riverdale teenagers as they’ll be graduating and independently moving in your life. Fans will then observe a time leap in which Archie and his friends will be in their twenties.
Riverdale Season 5 Cast
According to the show’s IMDb page, KJ Apa, Cole Sprouse, Lili Reinhart and Camila Mendes star in the show since Archie Andrews, Jughead, Betty Cooper and Veronica Lodge respectively. Their fellow pupils like Kevin Keller (Casey Cott), Toni (Vanessa Morgan), Cheryl Blossom (Madelaine Petsch) and Reggie Mantle (Charles Melton) may also return to reprise their roles. However, the catch is that, instead of following the characters as they head into school, the series will jump seven years into the future from episode 4.