We got a chance to sit down and chat with the cast and creator of Riverdale at SDCC, and we got some particularly interesting news about a certain witch who could make an appearance in season 2.
From what Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, also known as the creator of Riverdale, had to say, it certainly sounds like it is only a matter of time before Sabrina makes an appearance.
When we asked about the supernatural hints that he gave to the audience at the panel earlier this morning, he responded with, “I made no secret, I love Sabrina. Sabrina is part of the Archie universe. I would love to introduce her.”
He went on to tell us about what exactly it would take to work Sabrina into the show, and it definitely sounds like it’s in the works. Roberto admitted, “It’s tricky. The big challenge is, you know, we’ve got this universe where it is dark and there is crime, but there’s no supernatural. It does feel like if you’re going to introduce that character, the rules of the world change. So, part of it is figuring out how that actually is going to work. I probably have already said too much, but it’s certainly something I aspire and hope to do in some way.”
So, how does that sound? Are you excited to maybe see Sabrina on Riverdale in season 2? We definitely are!
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