But the creative ~geniuses~ behind the show feel like they need to dial up the darkness for season 2, says Jughead, we mean Cole Sprouse, we mean Jughead.
"I think the whole show is going to be getting darker and stranger. We're going to be leaning into a lot of those qualities that a lot of people ended up loving in the first couple of episodes," Sprouse told TV Line.
"This heavy cinematography, this overbearing coloration, this really dark content that's kind of over-the-top and campy, but it's taken very seriously."
Show of hands, who's here for the *"dark content"*?
Yep, us too!
In a recent interview, Camila Mendes also confirmed that the show is about to get "darker and deeper."
"With things like Twitter, we can touch base and see what they like and what they don't like. So I think going into season 2 we really know what people are interested in," she told Entertainment Weekly.
"Now that we've put it out there into the world, we can expand on it and go darker and deeper."
Keen. As. A. Friggen. Bean!