When does Riverdale season 5 part 2 air? When does Riverdale season 5 episode 11 air?
The second season of RIVERDALE is just around the corner, with new episodes set to premiere on August 11th. But when does the second half of the season premiere?
Season five of Riverdale is returning to The CW after a mid-season hiatus, and fans in the United States are excited to see what’s next. For fans all over the world, the series is also available on Netflix. This page offers all you need to know about when Season 5 will premiere.
Riverdale season five will premiere in January 2021 on The CW and will consist of 19 episodes.
The season was broken into two parts, with the first ending in March and fans eagerly anticipating the premiere of episode 11.
On August 11, The CW will run Chapter Eighty-Seven: Strange Bedfellows, the next installment.
The remaining eight episodes will air weekly on the network on Wednesdays.
The show will return to its regular timeslot of 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT when it returns.
The following day, fans can watch the episode for free on The CW’s website.
Fans who are watching the episode on Netflix will be able to see it at midnight, depending on where they are in the world.
The new episodes will be available to viewers in the United Kingdom starting at 8 a.m. on August 12.
Season six has already been approved, and fans may be interested to learn that the time slot for the autumn schedule has changed.
Season six will launch on November 16 at 9 p.m., a new time slot.
Fans went crazy when the official Twitter account for the series revealed some posters ahead of the premiere of season five.
“I saw the teaser yesterday and lost my s*** because I know the first episode is going to bang,” one fan remarked.
“We come to let you know that we need Bughead and Choni, please,” remarked another.
Viewers are eager to learn which characters’ relationships will continue to evolve in the following season.
They’re still hoping for “Barchie,” Archie Andrews (KJ Apa) and Betty Cooper (Lili Reinhart), to become well-known.
In reference to “Brinkwire Summary News,” they’re also utilizing the hashtag #freereggie.