Season 4 of Riverdale was to follow the cast graduating. The CW confirmed that the current season would end early as production closed in mid-March.
Season 4 was initially meant to have 22 episodes but will be a couple of events short.
1. Season 4 Finale Release Date
The CW confirmed to TV Guide Season 4’s final episode would be Episode 19, titled “Killing Mr. Honey.” It will air on May 6 at 8 p.m. EST.
Since Season 4, Episode 18 aired recently meaning; season 4 has only one episode left to release.
After airing on The CW, it will be available on the channel’s website and app, along with the previous four episodes. Elsewhere, where Netflix airs episodes of Riverdale weekly, Episode 19 will release on May 7 at 00:01 a.m. PST.
Watch the trailer here:
2. Season 4 Finale Synopsis
The synopsis for “Killing Mr. Honey” reads:
“After receiving a letter from the University of Iowa asking him to submit a story, Jughead works on a twisted tale about the gang’s revenge fantasy against Principal Honey for all the ways he’s ruined their senior year.”
Riverdale Season 4 was at first intended to follow the cast’s graduation. Be that as it may, the season will currently be finishing three episodes ahead of schedule with a fantasy episode.
This portion will show Jughead’s (played by Cole Sprouse) retribution dream against Mr. Nectar (Kerr Smith).
The new finale scene is directed by Madchen Amick, who additionally plays Betty Cooper’s (Lili Reinhart) mother, Alice.
The CW has just affirmed Riverdale Season 5, so fans will get the chance to see the unaired scenes of Season 4 eventually.
As per TVLine, Episode 20 of Season 4 was at that point recorded when creation shut down, however after creation couldn’t proceed due to the coronavirus, implying that fans ought to have the option to see that scene when Riverdale returns later in 2020.
Riverdale Season 4’s five latest scenes are being aired on The CW site and app in the U.S. All of Season 4 so far is releasing universally on Netflix.Originally Written By Epic Dope