On Thursday, HBO announced that it would be airing the sixth season of its Emmy-winning show, “Riverdale,” for the first time.
The show was first broadcast in 2013, and it follows the lives of six different young, mostly black, high school students.
But the show is now experiencing a second wave of popularity as people are starting to tune in to watch their lives change as a result of the blaze.
“We are in the midst of an emotional time, and we have to be honest with our audiences, we have a lot of emotions that we are dealing with.
And that’s what’s exciting about this show,” said HBO president Michael Lombardo.
“What is exciting is that we’ve had a tremendous response.
And we have people coming in to tune into this show who are very excited about what it means to be a part of it.
But at the same time, we also have to remember that this is just a television show.””
Riverdale” premiered on October 13 and has been renewed for six more seasons.
HBO is hoping that the show’s new fans will tune in, and that fans will return for the upcoming sixth season.