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Hiram & Hermione Season 4 — Mark Consuelos Interview – HollywoodLife


Hiram Lodge could also be in jail however not for lengthy. HL spoke EXCLUSIVELY with Mark Consuelos about Hiram’s arc in season 4 and exploring the ‘love’ facet of Hiram and Hermione’s ‘love and hate’ relationship.

Hiram Lodge has been a villain of Riverdale for a while now, however that may very well be altering in season 4. “When you’re in jail, you have some time to reflect on why you’re there and some of the choices you’ve made,” Mark Consuelos instructed HollywoodLife at New York Comic Con. “I think that he does that but a leopard… can they change their spots? I’m not sure.” Hiram did present his softer facet by paying for Fred Andrews’s funeral bills within the season 4 premiere. There is hope for him but!

In the season 4 trailer, there’s a very steamy scene between Hiram and Hermione. Mark revealed that this season might present a unique facet to this intense push-pull relationship. “Love and hate, they say it’s a fine line between those two emotions,” Mark continued. “I think they ride that line pretty closely and you never really saw the love part in the first couple of seasons I’ve been on the show, so it’s interesting that they’re going to explore that a little bit.”

When it involves Veronica, Mark stresses that Hiram solely needs the most effective for his daughter in all facets of her life. “I think Hiram definitely falls into that stereotype but also I think he pushes it to the extreme,” he mentioned.

The second episode of the season will characteristic Veronica being conflicted when details about her involvement in Hiram’s arrest leaks to the general public. Veronica goes to go to Hiram in jail and he has some phrases for his daughter. “I’m not paying for your crimes. I merely told the truth. I told the world what you are,” Hiram tells Veronica. Hiram by no means makes issues straightforward for anybody, that’s for certain. Riverdale airs Wednesdays at eight p.m on The CW.


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