After the many DC superhero dramas that executive producer Greg Berlanti and the team at Warner Bros. amassed over the years on The CW, Riverdale stood out amongst the properties as something very different. The iconic, wholesome Archie Comics characters went from chipper and clean-cut to smoldering and seductive in what would become a bloody hit, first on cwtv.com and then on the linear network itself. After three seasons and all kinds of talk about spin-offs, a companion series finally took shape. Enter Katy Keene, which follows four young hopefuls pursuing their dream careers onstage, in fashion and in music in New York City.
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