And yet there’s just enough happening underneath the surface to make it worthy of deeper study.This is no zombie corpse of a comic book adaptation. The basics, as gleaned from the first four episodes (all enjoyably titled after classic films): Archie (played by K. Apa) is a high school sophomore in the small town of Riverdale.Ultimately, Jenek began to identify as gender-fluid and viewing his identity as Courtney as an extension of himself. In December 2013, Logo announced that Courtney Act was amongst 14 drag queens who would be competing on the sixth season of Ru Paul's Drag Race.Recently, she is seen working with season 4 contestant, Willam Belli and season 5 runner up Alaska and released 2 songs "American Apparel Ad Girls" and "Dear Santa, Bring Me a Man" Still with Alaska and William, she also appears on the videoclip of the song "Power" by Little Mix.Archie may have been born as a comic book character, but it was Greg Berlanti and Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa who gave him a superhero physique.That is not a critique, but it is perhaps the first thing you might notice about the CW’s new take on the 76-year-old all-American high schooler, now making his live action television debut.In 2003, Jenek auditioned for the first season of Australian Idol with not much success.
Jade later explained the pair's split in an interview with Maxim Magazine, claiming she didn't see Ed as an ex.
While the show went on to produce radio hosts, television presenters and even health food entrepreneurs, it was the relationships that defined the series and the contestants' lives in the years that followed.
So whose romance lasted the test of time, and who, like Gretel Killeen's famous line, found 'It's time to go...'?
READ MORE: ‘Riverdale’: CW’s Lynchian Archie Just Missed Becoming a Time-Travel Show Starring Louis C. “Riverdale” could be seen as a “Island of Doctor Moreau”-esque attempt to cross-breed the DC TV universe currently thriving on the CW with a “Gossip Girl”-style teen drama made which was so popular in the CW’s early days.
In fact, that might be the easiest way to describe it.