The core premise hasn't changed much since then: The popular, ambitious, accident-prone Archie tries to skate through his days at Riverdale High.Along for the ride: his woman-hating, eternally hungry buddy Jughead; his competing girlfriends Betty and Veronica; and a teeming cast of eccentric peers and grown-ups.Backed by producer Greg Berlanti (who helps manage the network's DC Comics properties Supergirl, The Flash and Arrow), the new show takes a wild spin through an unusual variation of the Archie-verse, dropping the classic characters into the middle of a moody murder mystery, designed to appeal to Veronica Mars and Gossip Girl fans.The show premieres this Thursday, January 26th; here's everything you need to know before tuning in.Archie comics have a rich, varied history Because Archie has been so ubiquitous for so long, non-aficionados may not realize how long the character's been around or how important he was in the history of American popular culture.Introduced in Pep Comics in 1941 as a sort of pen-and-ink version of Mickey Rooney's Andy Hardy, the all-American teen proved so immediately popular that his publisher MLJ Magazines soon changed its name to Archie Comics Publications.Teenagers crammed into a jalopy, driving to the soda shop? Or has no one mentioned the name "Archie Andrews" to you in years?
S., received mainly positive reviews and won several awards, including the People's Choice Award for Favorite New TV Drama.
That’s just the reality.”To get any response at all, black women have to reach out roughly 1.5 times the amount of any other group — and they are still the group that’s the least responded to.
White men are most numerous on mainstream dating sites like OKCupid and and that’s where daters go to look for them.
It suffered from a ratings drop, averaging 6 million viewers per episode, and was cancelled.
Most daters on mainstream sites like OKCupid, Tinder and are white.