With the first season of Riverdale out of the way, a season-long mystery solved, and a cliffhanger that left a lot to be desired, the show will be entering its second season with a lot of room for improvement. This isn’t to say that the first season was a dud, but there are certainly areas the show work on to make itself even better. Season one of Riverdale introduced several potential plots, character development, and more, but they were often dropped, sidelined, or not touched upon enough. So given that the writers have already created this small and troubled town, here’s how The CW show can expand on what it’s already given us.
In no particular order, here are five things Riverdale needs more of in season two.