According to the numbers released by TV Line, "Riverdale" doubled its numbers, getting a new series high. The second season premiered on a new night and without a lead-in series.

The series about Archie and his friends drew 2.3 million viewers and 0.8 demography, up from the average numbers from the season one finale (1 million viewers and 0.4 in demography numbers). The gang delivered a better number than "Arrow" in the episode that aired on November 30.

Entitled "Chapter Fourteen: A Kiss Before Dying," the episode gave information about Fred's (Luke Perry) after he was shot.

A new character was introduced: Haram Lodge, Veronica's father, who is portrayed by Mark Consuelos.

The show can be watched on CW every Wednesday. In a few countries, Netflix releases the new episode a day after the exhibition on the American TV.


"Dynasty," the second show to premiere on CW this fall season, was seen by 1.34 million viewers, with a demo rating of 0.4, making the same numbers as "Frequency," series with a debut in the same time slot last year, but did not make the cut for a second season.

However, the remake written by Stephanie Savage and Josh Schwartz had better numbers that "Valor," the new military series launched on Monday.

CBS had the best ratings as usual. "Survivor" got 7.9 million viewers and 1.6 on demography.

"Criminal Minds" and "SEAL Team" were steady.

Fox had "Empire" with the best demo numbers, with 1.9, and 5.9 million viewers. "Star" got a few more numbers than last week. NBC had "Blacklist" and "Law & Order: SUV" with a lower number, while "Chicago PD" was stabilized.

ABC had "American Housewife" and "Designated Survivor" steady, but "The Goldbergs," "Speechless" and "Modern Family" with a few fewer tenths than last week.


Created was by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and the series is based on the Archie Comics, that have been around for nearly 80 years.

Started by K.J. Apa, Lili Reinhart, Camila Mendes, Cole Sprouse, Casey Cott, Madelaine Petsch and Ashleigh Murray, the story tells a darker side of the town Riverdale. After the death, apparently a suicide, by Jason Blossom, everyone in town becomes suspicious about everyone.

Twists, drama, romances, and mystery are the fundamental parts of the show, which premiere happened in the beginning of 2017, and soon became the guilty pleasure of many people and got a renewal from the CW channel, the only one of the new ones from 2017-2018 to make it.