!!! Warning: spoilers !!!
The creator of Riverdale and The Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina said he decided to not have the two shows crossover.
Showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa had created a spin-off comic "Afterlife With Archie" in the Archie Comics universe, which centered around a zombie apocalypse in Riverdale would take a supernatural turn.
However, after Riverdale became such a hit, it was decided to let the worlds coexist on their own.
But fans are not giving up. According to a theory on Reddit, user artdeco_94 thinks Riverdale's season 2 episode 7 "Tales from the Darkside" is connected to The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina's season 1 episode 7.
"I believe the strange man with the truck that Archie and Jughead run into in the Riverdaleepisode had the killed deer “familiar” from Sabrina.
The deer killed in ‘CAoS’ by the Kinkles is guarded by the witches in the woods.
I believe that the deer in the man’s truck was in fact the killed familiar because another deer that Archie witnesses right after the truck helping fix Archie’s car left seemed to be hyper aware as if it was on a mission or tasked to follow and keep watch."
What do you think of this theory and do you think a crossover might still happen? Let us know!
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