Ashleigh Murray is a new addition to the cast of Riverdale season 5. Ashleigh is known for her roles in Ash vs. Evil Dead and American Horror Story: Cult. Ashleigh’s role on Riverdale is Josie McCoy, who was last seen performing at the “Josie and the Pussycats” show with her bandmates Melody Valentine and Valerie Brown. Ashleigh has been teasing me about how excited she is to be joining this series, which makes us even more excited!
What is the information related to Ashleigh Murray in Riverdale season 5?
Some people have been complaining for a long time that Ashleigh Murray’s character Josie needed more screen time. They told the writers, and she talked to them too.
Murray was a regular on the CW teen soap. But Josie often got left out of the show, and Murray left after Season 3 to play Josie on the Katy Keene spinoff. It was canceled after one season. Murray thought she was going to say goodbye to the role of Josie for good. But it did not happen, and now she is happy.
Josie has come back to Riverdale. She’s a world-famous pop star, and she’s on tour. She is doing a world tour, and she has the number one song on all the music charts. She has become Josie, just like she always wanted to be. This episode will have music so you can hear Murray sing songs by Celine Dion and Nina Simone.
What can we expect from Ashleigh Murray in Riverdale season 5?
We will see Josie’s former Pussycat bandmates. They were with her before, but now they’re not. Jose isn’t welcomed back with open arms. The relationship between her and the people in town is “strained” because they haven’t spoken in a long time. So when Josie texts them, it will be awkward for them to text back.
The episode of Riverdale needs to address Josie’s lack of screen time. The other people were talking, and she didn’t know what to say. Josie is finally speaking up, and she is saying that this has been happening for a long time. The movie is giving viewers a chance to think about how it might feel like the character in the movie has been invisible for a long time.
What are the other details related to it?
Murray said she didn’t talk to showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa or the writers this time about the issues with Josie’s character. But they have talked about it for years. It is nothing new. But the fact that it is talked about through Josie is new. It can not make up for three seasons of neglect in a single episode, but this week’s episode at least gives Josie a good show. Josie is getting her own agency and power. That she never had in Riverdale.
Josie is going to do a special thing in Riverdale, and she isn’t going back. If this is her final time, it’s a very good way for her to go out. “It’s a wonderfully done episode, and you see a full arc of who Josie was, is, and will continue to become.”