Season 5 of Riverdale: Fans are clamoring for a Josie and the Pussycats spin-off ahead of the show’s return next week.

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Season 5 of Riverdale: Fans are clamoring for a Josie and the Pussycats spin-off ahead of the show’s return next week.

As they prepare to make their long-awaited comeback next week, RIVERDALE fans still believe the town’s popular girl duo Josie and the Pussycats deserve their own series.

In next week’s episode of Riverdale, Josie McCoy (Ashleigh Murray) and her Pussycats, Valerie (Hayley Law) and Melody (Asha Bromfield), will make their long-awaited return. Their reunion tour has fans clamoring for a program on the CW or Netflix, where they were once the most popular band in town.

Before their highly anticipated return next week, fans are clamoring for a Josie and the Pussycats spin-off series.

After a long break from the popular CW series, the band will return in the 15th episode of season five.

Despite Josie’s role in the failed Katy Keene spinoff, this will be the first time the original trio has performed together since the second season.

Several fans flocked to the comments section after seeing a short teaser trailer for next week’s episode, “The Return of the Pussycats,” to demand their own show.

“Is there going to be a Josie and the Pussycats spinoff??? Please, let’s make it happen,” one viewer said.

“It’d be the only show where singing makes sense in the context of the plot.”

Riverdale is known for its musical episodes and one-off pieces that appear frequently throughout the series.

Despite their theatrical renown, the town’s only genuine musical export hasn’t reformed in several years.

“If you ask me, they’re the ones who deserve their own spin-off,” another fan stated.

“Ah yes, Josie and the Pussycats, the people who could have had a spin-off way before Katy Keene.”

Given that Katy Keene (Lucy Hale) and her New York friends were dropped from the network after only one season, it’s no surprise that fans of the ‘Archieverse’ are seeking for new spin-offs.

Since their debut in 1963 in comic books, Josie and the Pussycats have remained one of the most popular fictional bands.

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The Pussycats are well-established enough to lead their own series, having appeared in everything from an animated show from Scooby-Doo creators Hanna-Barbera to their own feature picture.

Unfortunately, the series’ promotion has made it plain that the band will only be reunited for one episode.

“After going MIA during the middle of.”Brinkwire Summary News,” reads the synopsis for next week’s chapter.

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