It's time for the annual Riverdale Music Festival, the event that first began Season 2 with a Carrie-inspired musical.
This Sunday episode is about American Psycho. Based on Briton Easton Ellis' novel of the same name, the material became a feature film in 2000 and later a musical written by Riverdale showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacas, with music by Duncan Sheik.
Riverdale TV found that the group had hosted a serial killer convention, Slaughter Con, to provoke TBK.
For the latest musical episode, Aguirre-Sacasa spoke to the CBR about launching American Psycho in Riverdale. The showrunner also participated in the season finale and cancellation show.
It was strange and inevitable to have a serial killer convention in Riverdale due to the high concentration of serial killers in the small town.
It was inspired by real life conventions. There is a real crime. There is a criminal fraud. After all, there were murders. It came out.
Over the years, we've talked about the homage of the Riverdale comics.
From there, we landed to hold a gathering of serial killers. It was an idea that came out early when we started talking about solving the TBK story. It looks like a big, dramatic and fun background.