Every Riverdale Connection in Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Season 2

The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina season 2 adds more connections to Riverdale, including Blossom maple syrup and Afterlife With Archie.

Chilling Advenutres of Sabrina Season 2 Riverdale Connections

Warning: Minor SPOILERS ahead

The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina season 2 offers some fresh connections to its sister show over on The CW, Riverdale. While there's no news of an actual crossover between the two shows yet, both Riverdale and Sabrina have waved to one another from afar and they appear to be set in the same universe - even if Sabrina's side is a little more supernatural.

Both Riverdale and The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina were created by Archie Comics CCO Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa. They're both lifted from the pages of Archie Comics, and are both distributed internationally by Netflix (though Riverdale episodes air on The CW first). Riverdale has referenced Sabrina's home town of Greendale, with Archie and Jughead taking a nighttime road trip there in one particularly spooky season 2 episode. The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina has returned the favor, with season 1 dropping a reference to Riverdale High.

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In season 2 the connections are still in the realm of being Easter eggs rather than actual plot links, but they subtly sell the idea that The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina and Riverdale are part of the same universe. Here are the major nods to Archie's world that we spotted.

Dr. Cerberus Sells Afterlife With Archie Comics

The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina - Afterlife With Archie Comics

There are many things about Sabrina's world that are odd, not the least of which is the fact that Archie Comics exist in-universe. In The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina season 1, Sabrina was seen using a retro Archie Comics thermos flask, and in season 2 Afterlife With Archie comics are prominently displayed in Cerberus Books. Sabrina's ex-boyfriend Harvey can be seen buying the comics for himself in episode 2. Afterlife With Archie is also written by Aguirre-Sacasa, and is set in an alternative reality version of Riverdale where Sabrina, Archie and the gang accidentally kick off a zombie apocalypse. Of course, one could question why a shop in Greendale has comics featuring fictional versions of teens who live in a nearby town, but it's best not to overthink these things.

Sabrina and Ambrose Visit Sweetwater River

Riverdale - Sweetwater River

Sweetwater River played a prominent role in Riverdale season 1, as the fateful spot where Jason Blossom was found dead. Later that same season, Cheryl Blossom came close to joining her twin brother in Sweetwater River's frozen waters. In The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina season 2, Sabrina and Ambrose pay their own visit to Sweetwater River (though we don't actually see it) in an effort to build a golem, bring it to life, and then cast it into the river. The plan doesn't actually work out, and only succeeds in getting Sabrina covered in mud. Still, at least no one drowned.

Mandrake-Sabrina Has Blossom Maple Syrup on Her Pancakes

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina - Blossom Maple Syrup

Speaking of the Blossoms, we get another taste of them in The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina season 2 when Sabrina creates a doppelganger from a mandrake. In true Men in Black form, the first thing the impostor wants is lots and lots of sugar, so she asks Aunt Hilda to make her blueberry pancakes and then proceeds to drown them in syrup. It's not just any syrup, though - it's Blossom maple syrup, the liquid gold that made the Blossom family so wealthy... with a little help from an illicit drug operation. Let's hope the Spellmans are only addicted to the syrup!

More: Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina Part 2 Review

The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina season 2 is now available on Netflix.

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