If you dreamed of living a dramatic teenage life in Capeside back in the day, then we have some good news for you: there's a new Netflix series that was basically designed for you .
By now, we're sure you've heard of Riverdale, the new teen drama taking over the world. While you might think you're beyond those youthful shows nowadays, we guarantee you'll enjoy it, because Riverdale is basically just Dawson's Creek with a murderous twist.
If you take out the whole 'Jason Blossom has been murdered' mystery that the show opens with, you'll see that Riverdale is about a girl-next-door, who is best friends and secretly in love with the boy-next-door, who is infatuated by the mysterious badass new girl from New York.
Sound familiar? Yep.
There's a super awkward love triangle between those three, until the girl-next-door begins dating the delinquent best friend of the boy-next-door, which causes some awkward tension.
The girl-next-door throws a surprise birthday party for her delinquent boyfriend, who hates birthdays and gets upset. Just try and tell us these scenes aren't identical:
Guys, there's even an inappropriate relationship between a student and a teacher:
It's actually not surprising that these series have similarities despite airing decades apart, as they share an executive producer. Greg Berlanti was a writer and executive producer of the creek back in the 90s, and he's currently at the helm of the Netflix series.
Seriously, if Dawson's Creek and How To Get Away With Murder had a baby, it would be called Riverdale. If you're not already a fan, we guarantee your inner 90s child will be once you start binge watching.