Riverdale: Sabrina Returns With Kiernan Shipka In Chapter 114: “The Witches of Riverdale”

Sabrina Spellman is going back to her hometown of Riverdale. The CW has put out a summary of “Chapter 114: The Witches of Riverdale,” the nineteenth episode of the sixth season of the show. The episode synopsis makes it sound like things are going to get much worse in Riverdale as Percival keeps pushing his plan forward. This causes Cheryl (Madelaine Petsch) to ask Sabrina Spellman (Kiernan Shipka) for help because things are getting so bad. You can read the summary below.

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“SABRINA SPELLMAN (GUEST STAR KIERNAN SHIPKA) COMES TO TOWN: When Percival’s (guest star Chris O’Shea) latest plan kills a few of their own, Cheryl (Madelaine Petsch) calls on Sabrina Spellman (guest star Kieran Shipka) for help. In another place, Percival gives Reggie (Charles Melton) a choice between two things. KJ Apa, Lili Reinhart, Camila Mendes, Cole Sprouse, Madchen Amick, Casey Cott, Vanessa Morgan, Erinn Westbrook, and Drew Ray Tanner are all in the show. Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and Chrissy Maroon wrote the episode, and Alex Pillai was in charge of directing it.”

Shipka’s return to Riverdale as Sabrina isn’t a big surprise in and of itself. Back in April, it was announced that the actress who plays Sabrina on “The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” would be coming back to Riverdale. She had already been there earlier this season during the show’s five-episode “Rivervale” event. At the time, there were no details about Shipka’s appearance, so this synopsis finally gives fans some background. Percival has been a threat to Riverdale this season, so Sabrina seems like the right witch to call. Shipka played Sabrina for the first time on Netflix’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, which ran for four seasons and ended in 2020. She told ComicBook.com before that it was easy to get back into the role.

“I don’t think it has anything to do with being young or old. I think it came down to… I hadn’t been here in two years, so putting myself back in her place was a lot of fun “Shipka talked to ComicBook.com about what it was like to play the role again. “I couldn’t believe how quickly she took over again. It was like riding a bike, and things like that are hard to predict. I had never played someone, stopped, and then played them again. So I hadn’t done that before. I didn’t know how that would work, but when it did, I thought, “Oh, this fits like a glove.” It was a lot of fun.”

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‘Riverdale’ Actor Ryan Grantham allegedly plotted to kill Canadian PM, Justin Trudeau.

Prosecutors in British Columbia said a former “Riverdale” actor planned to kill Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Ryan Grantham pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in March for killing his mother, Barbara Waite, according to E! News.

CBC News reporter Karin Larsen, who virtually witnessed Grantham’s sentencing, said he was also accused of trying to kill Trudeau after his mother’s death. Grantham allegedly killed his 64-year-old mother in their townhouse in March 2020, then loaded his car with three firearms, Molotov cocktails, ammunition, camping gear, and a map to Trudeau’s home. According to CBC, the 24-year-old then drove to murder Trudeau. CBC reports that Grantham considered killing Trudeau in a police statement and in a journal.

Larsen said Grantham planned widespread mayhem against Simon Fraser University or Vancouver’s Lions Gate Bridge. He brought himself up to Vancouver police and said, “I killed my mother.” Grantham apologized at his June 15 sentencing. “My acts aren’t explicable. I’m blameless “Granted, “It stings to think about how much I’ve wasted.” Adding, “Saying sorry feels meaningless in the face of such horror. I’m very sorry.”

Grantham’s lawyer argued mental illness influenced his decisions. Johnson stated Grantham killed out of disordered thinking to keep his mother from seeing what he was about to do. Grantham played Jeffery Augustine, who killed Fred Andrews (Luke Perry) on “Riverdale” in 2019, according to TVLine. In 2012, he starred in “Becoming Redwood” and in 2010’s “Diary of a Wimpy Kid.” On March 31, 2020, Grantham shot his mother, Waite, in the back of the head while she played piano in their house, according to CBC.

Second-degree murder carries a mandatory life sentence in BC. Grantham’s three-day sentence hearing began June 13 and ended June 15 to determine his parole eligibility. A Canadian second-degree murder offender is eligible for parole after 10 to 25 years. Larsen stated that Crown prosecutor Michaela Donnelly produced two psychiatric assessments saying Grantham had clinical depression, violent tendencies, and a cannabis use disorder before the murder.

According to CBC, Grantham killed his mother to protect her from witnessing his cruelty. Prosecutor Donnelly told the court that Grantham was trying to save his mother. “Not altruism.” E! News hasn’t been able to reach Ryan’s agent or lawyer.