For me, and I think for the producers and for the cast, Reggie's such an important part of the show, and he's such a big element, he's Archie's kind of day-to-day rival, that I said, 'Listen, if we can find the right actor we'll do it, if we can't we'll retire Reggie,'" he explained.
"And Charles was one of the first actors who came in, and he had it tough because since we had had everyone else cast, we made him read with K.
J., we made him read with Cole, we made him read with Ashleigh for various reasons, because he has stories with all three of them.
And the chemistry was kind of instantaneous." OK, so that's good to know for anyone who was a tad bit worried! Reggie finds a much more comic faithful take in Season 2 that is already a lot of fun," Cole wrote.
Roberto took to Twitter to share a childhood drawing of Cheryl and Jason Blossom along with the mysterious Sugar Man.
"Lock your doors, #Riverdale, the Sugar Man is coming…" he tweeted along with the photo. Well as we found out, the Sugar Man was the person supplying all of the Jingle Jangle and was an associate of Clifford Blossom, since we found out last season his maple syrup business was actually a cover for the huge illegal drug ring he was running.
"I think Jughead for season two is placed kind of in the middle of two worlds that are starting to collide and really erupt.
Since the show is based on the classic Archie comics, everyone has been wondering if the one and only Sabrina the Teenage Witch would be making her way over to .
As of right now, that isn't happening to our knowledge, since that would bring more a supernatural element to the drama series that doesn't deal with witches or people having powers.
He captioned the sweet pic with, "Look who I ran into!
"We've been loving all the recent throwbacks and reunions of our favorite Disney Channel classics over the past few years.