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Netflix Debuts First Look Photos at 'Locke & Key' Season 2!

The first look at Locke & Key season two has just arrived!

Netflix released the first photos from the upcoming season, which will be premiering on the streamer this October.

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'Riverdale' Cast Officially Wraps Production on Season 5!

While some of the actors have already finished filming, production on Riverdale season five has officially wrapped!

Showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa shared the news with a cast photo on his Instagram account.

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Asha Bromfield Stands With 'Riverdale' Co-Star Vanessa Morgan On Treatment of Black Characters

Asha Bromfield is standing up with her former Riverdale co-stars Vanessa Morgan and Ashleigh Murray.

The Locke & Key actress served as the drummer for Josie & The Pussycats on the CW series, and is speaking out in support of her co-stars’ statements amid the Black Lives Matter movement.

Vanessa spoke out when someone tweeted that Ashleigh was a diva, and in her responses, she also said, “Too bad I’m the only black series regular but also paid the least. Girl I could go on for days.”

Asha retweeted an article about Vanessa‘s tweets, and she added, “Don’t even get me started with how Riverdale treated the Pussycats. We had so much more to contribute than standing in the background and adding sass to a storyline. I stand with you @VanessaMorgan.”

Sabrina Carpenter Supports Griffin Gluck at 'Locke & Key' Premiere

Griffin Gluck got some support from girlfriend Sabrina Carpenter at the Locke & Key premiere!

The couple, joined by pal Thomas Barbusca, were spotted at the event on Wednesday night (February 5) at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood.

The show’s cast including Connor Jessup, Emilia Jones, Jackson Robert Scott and Darby Stanchfield also hit the red carpet.

Other cast in attendance included Asha Bromfield, Bill Heck, Laysla De Oliveira, Felix Mallard, Genevieve Kang, Sherri Saum, Petrice Jones, Thomas Mitchell Barnet, Hallea Jones, Kevin Alves, Coby Bird, Jesse Camacho and Steven Williams.

The show is based on the best-selling comic book, which follows the three Locke siblings and their mother after their father is murdered under mysterious circumstances.

Locke & Key is now streaming on Netflix.

Riverdale's Asha Bromfield To Release Young Adult Novel 'Hurricane Summer' In Spring 2021

Asha Bromfield is adding author to her resume!

The Riverdale actress has sold her first young adult novel “Hurricane Summer” to Wednesday Books, an imprint of St. Martin’s Press, reports Deadline.

“THE NEWS IS OUT. IM GOING TO BE AN AUTHOR. MY HEART IS BURSTING. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU. So thrilled to go on this journey with @SaraWillowNYC and @WednesdayBooks!!!” she wrote on Twitter.

“Hurricane Summer” follows a girl visiting her estranged father in Jamaica in the middle of category five Hurricane Gustav. She finds her life unraveling when family secrets are revealed, alongside dealing with colorism, classism, colonialism, sexism, and what it means to discover your own voice in the center of complete destruction.

Asha is best known for playing the role of Melody Valentine, the former drummer of Josie and the Pussycats at Riverdale High School.

Congratulations Asha Bromfield on your first book!

Asha Bromfield Reveals Why We Haven't Seen The Pussycats on 'Riverdale' This Season

Anyone else just wondering where the heck Valerie and Melody disappeared to on Riverdale?!

Asha Bromfield, who played Melody on the series, doesn’t know either.

During a recent Instagram Live, the actress revealed that there were plans to bring back the Pussycats in some capacity. However, the production team called her and Hayley Law about filming – and then they cancelled.

WHAT THE —-?! We need answers about this!

We’re still lacking more Josie (Ashleigh Murray) in our honest opinion too – although, that may be turning around. But still, we need more Valerie and Melody too!

Asha Bromfield Hopes To Explore Josie & The Pussycats' Humanity on 'Riverdale'

Asha Bromfield is opening up about what she hopes to explore with her character on Riverdale.

The actress makes up 1/3 of Josie and The Pussycats on the show, and hopes to explore the humanity of the group.

“I would love for the characters to be explored in a three-dimensional way. I don’t know if I [necessarily] have a specific idea of where I think that it should go,” she told Teen Vogue. “Obviously, that would be up to the writers, but whatever they do decide to do, I want to see them be human. I don’t want to see characters fall into archetypes or stereotypes of what society thinks that they should be. I just want to see their humanity. I’d love to see their relationships [with] each other as a sisterhood. I’d also love to see some backstory about how they met and who they are as people. What are they interested in? What makes them laugh? What makes them cry?”