Riverdale spoilers follow.
Riverdale fans buckle up, because time travel will feature in the upcoming episode.
While that may sound a little far-fetched, for a town rife with mysterious evils, cults and mind readers, it doesn’t seem too far out of the realm of possibility that Riverdale will venture into literally traveling through time.
According to Entertainment Weekly‘s exclusive first look at the upcoming episode, we’ll see Tabitha (Erinn Westbrook) travel backwards in time hoping to help her grandad Pop after realising Percival Pickens’ (Chris O’Shea) plans will put his diner in jeopardy.
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Supervillain Percival has started to make his mark on the town through his abilities of persuasion, or mind control. After succeeding in his plans to remove Toni (Vanessa Morgan) from the town council and take her place, his focus has now turned to Tabitha.
Tabitha decides to fight back, and in April 24th’s episode titled ‘Chapter One Hundred and Six: Angels in America’, she will be sent back in time in order after being targeted by one of Percival’s accomplices. After finding herself in the past, she then decides to see if the can find some answers as well as interacting with her grandfather.
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Elsewhere, an explosion at Archie’s house (KJ Apa) has resulted in Archie, Betty (Lili Reinhart), and Jughead (Cole Sprouse) all develop special new skills.
Archie is now essentially invincible, as nothing will penetrate his skin. As for Betty, she can now sense people’s auras and has the power to tell if someone has a threatening presence. Jughead has the intriguing ability to hear people’s thoughts, although at the cost of him being able to hear what other people are saying.
All seem to have come at a perfect time, considering Percival’s arrival in the town…
Riverdale airs on The CW in the US. In the UK, you can stream via Netflix.
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