Riverdale Season 7 Episode 17: Ashleigh Murray Returns

The Riverdale universe, which is modeled around the 1950s, continues to feature sexuality exploration in this episode. A stag movie that the local youths see serves as the central focus of the story. The movie is a fresh experience for best friends Archie and Reggie, who are shocked and thrilled by it. In this episode, Polly, who has turned into a burlesque dancer and is at odds with her mother Alice, is brought back. (Check Out the episode 7.16 recap below)

The episode also explores the tense dynamic between Betty and Polly.  Are you looking forward to seeing Riverdale’s upcoming episode seventeen of the seventh season when it airs? The best spot to check for information about Riverdale Episode 7.17 is on TV Acute. They have all the details you require, including release dates and sneak peeks, to keep up with this eagerly awaited episode.

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Riverdale Season 7 Episode 17 Recap

Riverdale Season Finale: Guest Cast: Ashleigh Murray

The Riverdale episode “A Different Kind of Cat” promises to be fascinating. The highly anticipated Riverdale finale is just around the corner, and the show is going all out to put together an outstanding lineup of guest stars for its final four episodes. Four cherished cast members from previous seasons were recently reintroduced in the show’s episodes, and we may soon anticipate the appearance of a fifth eagerly awaited fan favorite. An exciting development is the formal confirmation that the wonderful Ashleigh Murray will reprise her much-loved role as Josie McCoy in a much-anticipated return to the big screen.

Who is Riverdale’s Josie McCoy?

A Riverdale High School student named Josie McCoy was originally introduced in the show’s premiere episode in 2017. Josie was a talented singer and guitarist who was a part of the popular female band “Josie and the Pussycats.” The ensemble also features Melody by Asha Ashanti and Valerie by Hayley Law.

Throughout the season, Josie and the Pussycats performed and showcased their musical talents at several Riverdale events. But as the event progressed, the band disbanded, and Josie decided to pursue a solo music career. Near the end of Season 3, she took her father on a tour.

Ashleigh Murray, who played Josie McCoy, made cameos in the following seasons of “Riverdale.” She appeared in the Season 4 episode honoring Luke Perry’s character Fred Andrews. During Josie’s tour stop in Season 5 to ask her pals for help in understanding what happened to her father, she also made a comeback.

Furthermore, Ashleigh Murray reprised her role as Josie McCoy in the “Riverdale” spin-off series “Katy Keene,” which made its premiere in 2020. “Katy Keene” followed several personalities as she pursued her goals in New York City, one of which was Josie.

 Riverdale Episode 17 of Season 7 Spoilers

Betty (Lili Reinhart), who decides to take charge of her destiny and release her very own book, has big goals. However, she is unable to manage it alone. She enlists the help of Toni (Vanessa Morgan) and Cheryl (Madelaine Petsch) to embark on this thrilling adventure.

Meanwhile, in Hollywood, Camila Mendes as Veronica, Casey Cott as Kevin, and Karl Walcott as Clay are preparing to meet a sudden visitor. Movie star Josie McCoy makes a stop in the area to screen her most recent film (with Ashleigh Murray as a guest star). Expect glamor and glamour when they welcome this famous individual, as well as possibly some controversy.

But the good things don’t end there! Archie (KJ Apa) is working to make his poetry better. However, things could not go as planned, and he’ll encounter unforeseen challenges on the way. Prepare yourself for a thrilling episode next week as the CW provides our audience with a preview and brief synopsis of the upcoming “Chapter One Hundred Thirty-Four: A Different Kind of Cat” episode.

Riverdale 7×17 Synopsis: Betty (Lili Reinhart) enlists help from Cheryl (Madelaine Petsch) and Toni (Vanessa Morgan) after deciding she’s going to publish her own book. Veronica (Camila Mendes), Kevin (Casey Cott) and Clay (guest star Karl Walcott) host Hollywood movie star Josie McCoy (guest star Ashleigh Murray), who is in town to screen her latest film. Finally, Archie’s (KJ Apa) attempt to take his poetry to the next level doesn’t go as planned. Kevin Rodney Sullivan directed the episode written by Ariana Jackson & Evan Kyle (717).

How to Watch Riverdale Season 7 Episode 17

The Seventeenth episode of Riverdale‘s seventh season will debut on August 2, 2023, at 9 p.m. ET on CW50 on The CW. Riverdale’s seasons 4 and 5 each included 19 episodes, so a long Season 7 would have plenty of room. You can now watch Episode 134 of Riverdale Season 7 on services including  YouTube TV, DirecTV, and Fubo TV. On  iTunes and Prime Video, Riverdale’s seventh season may now be purchased in individual episodes or in its entirety. The comedy’s seventh season won’t be available to Netflix users in the US until August 2023.

Riverdale Season 7 Episode 16 Recap

The Riverdale universe, which is modeled around the 1950s, continues to feature sexuality exploration in this episode. A stag movie that the local youths see serves as the central focus of the story. The movie is a fresh experience for best friends Archie and Reggie, who are shocked and thrilled by it. This investigation into sexuality is intended to broaden Archie’s perspective and assist him in getting over his doubts about being a writer.

Polly, Betty’s sister, unexpectedly shows up back in town in the meantime. She is in conflict with their mother, Alice, over her ambition to become a burlesque dancer. Betty confronts her mother about the damaging conduct and restrictions that are dividing the family during their heated exchanges. Betty challenges Alice and displays her tenacity and individuality.

In a different narrative, Cheryl Blossom has plans to exact revenge on her parents after they tried to restrict her. She launches a war against her family, which has long been renowned for its power and control, using unflattering photographs of herself and her partner Toni.

The main characters’ romances and flirtations are also mentioned throughout the episode, including Jughead dating Tabitha but also getting back together with Veronica, hints of Betty and Veronica’s flirtation, and Archie and Betty possibly feeling for each other once more.

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