'Riverdale' Is Recasting The Classic Character Actor: Ross Butler Replaced For 'Scheduling' Reason

After issues of scheduling, one of the "Riverdale" characters will be replaced. Apparently, the show is recasting the classic character for its upcoming season.

According to TV Line, Reggie, who is played by the actor Ross Butler, will be replaced in the show's second season. The 26-year-old star was forced to give up the part for scheduling reasons.

The "13 Reasons Why" actor, who played Reggie in the first season, will be "virtually unrecognizable" in Riverdale Season 2. The show's creator, Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa said that they love how the actor portrayed his role, however, because of his commitments to other projects, he won;t be available even if they liked him for the part.

"We want more Reggie on our show and because Ross is unavailable to come back to Riverdale, we're looking for a new Reggie," Roberto said. "Those are big shoes to fill, but we're confident we can find an actor who is as funny and sexy as Ross. And of course, we all wish Ross the best."

"13 Reasons Why" has become a hit soon after its release on Netflix, therefore, news about the possibility of its second season is surfacing. For this reason, it is assumed that Butler will be busy for his role as Zach Dempsey. However, his IMDb page has not changed, therefore, there's no confirmation about his role for the "13 Reasons Why" series' upcoming season.

"Riverdale" is a drama TV drama series which loosely based its characters on the Archie Comics. The first episode was aired on January 26, 2017, until now. The CW series, which has 13 episodes in its first season, stars KJ Apa, Lili Reinhart, Cole Sprouse, and many more.

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