Did u see that Cole basically denied that twitter will have an impact in the show?
i did. i’m glad they don’t plan on catering to the loud, angry shippers that bully the cast and other fans on twitter. i think maybe people took what cami said too literally. i don’t think she meant they’re going to dictate their show based on our social media responses. i think she meant that they might check in on our reactions to certain decisions and story lines, and maybe tweak things accordingly. what i mean is: they might avoid doing more student-teacher relationships based on how much everybody hated the archie/grundy story line. or they might add cheryl into more group scenes because they see we like seeing her be a part of the group. or they might see that the vast majority is pleased they strayed away from the BAV triangle, so they may continue to stray away from it. there’s a difference between fan pandering and checking in with your audience. you should take note of how your audience is enjoying certain story lines and what they think of certain developments. that’s why i’m always telling people to spread their bughead love to twitter for the producers and writers to see. we want them to know that we really like the decisions they’ve made and we appreciate how beautifully betty and jughead’s relationship has been written so far, and we’d like to see that continue in season 2