‘KATY KEENE’ & ‘RIVERDALE’ CROSSOVERS TO INCLUDE BOXERS, PUSSYCATS AND SOMEONE’S MOM

Spin-off’s exec producers and cast teased out a few more details at today’s Tribeca TV Festival panel and pilot screening. Expect a boxing match. And Pussycats. And Robin Givens.

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‘KATY KEENE’ & ‘RIVERDALE’ CROSSOVERS TO INCLUDE BOXERS, PUSSYCATS AND SOMEONE’S MOM
Riverdale fans already know some crossover of characters is planned for the CW’s upcoming Katy Keene. But the spin-off’s exec producers and cast teased out a few more details at today’s Tribeca TV Festival panel and pilot screening.

Expect a boxing match. And Pussycats. And Robin Givens. READ MORE


RIVERDALE AND KATY KEENE CROSSOVER DETAILS REVEALED
It is shaping up to be a big Fall season on the CW, and Riverdale isn’t going to let the network’s stable of superhero shows hog all the attention. Riverdale is getting a crossover with the upcoming Katy Keene spin-off show and Dateline is reporting some initial details from the event. The Tribeca TV Festival panel for the show showed off some boxing action, more Josie and the Pussycats fun, and even Robin Givens popping up again for good measure.

K.O. Kelly, Katy’s boyfriend with dreams of being a boxer, was a major presence in the pilot. The young man, played by Zane Holtz, talked about his motivation to someday get in the ring at Madison Square Garden, the world’s most famous arena. Lucy Hale has plenty to do as Katy, and her journey along with three close friends will comprise the majority of the storylines in the spin-off. READ MORE


NICE TRY, RIVERDALE SEASON 4 TRAILER, BUT WE’RE PRETTY SURE THESE TEENS NEVER ATTEND SCHOOL
The tragic need to address Luke Perry’s death aside, the trailer for Riverdale’s fourth season promises a very accurate, very relatable portrayal of what senior year is like for teens in 2019: You know, like all that pesky paperwork you need to do for your underground speakeasy. Or searching for your kidnapped BFF who’s suffocating to death in a coffin. Or, yikes, being whacked unconscious in the head with a baseball bat? Why don’t these kids just leave! (Oh right, one does.) “Isn’t it crazy?” Veronica toasts to her pals. “In just nine months, life as we know it will be over.” It returns on October 9, if you need a reminder that your high-school years weren’t so shitty after all.  READ MORE

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