Riverdale star KJ Apa shared a social media story of him driving in Vancouver.
The popular CW show has been filming episodes for season 6 in the Lower Mainland over the past several weeks.
KJ Apa, who plays Archie on the show, recently shared an Instagram story from when he was driving down Cambie Street. He spotted his friend, Riverdale director Natalie Boltt, in the car in front of him. She sticks her head outside of the car and gives the thumbs up.
Riverdale's sixth season is slated to air on March 6, 2022, according to Hollywood North Buzz.
Earlier this year, fans took to Twitter to share some images of the Riverdale set in Bear Creek Park, which included a football scene.
A look back on Riverdale's rocky 2020
In March 2020, Warner Bros. Television said the Vancouver-based production of teen drama was halted until further notice due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
British Columbia's film industry was given the go-ahead to restart production in June, after WorkSafeBC released new health and safety guidelines to contain the spread of COVID-19. More than 30 films and television shows stopped production across B.C. when the province imposed a lockdown due to COVID-19 in March.
Filming for the show picked up again in September 2020, but was halted due to delays in testing for the virus.
Regular testing also wasn't the only health and safety protocol the Vancouver production used to prevent the spread of COVID-19 on set. On Sept. 23, Riverdale lead KJ Apa posted a video to Instagram of himself and co-star Camila Mendes swishing a solution around in their mouths before spitting into a plastic bag. The actor captioned the post: "our new normal is washing our mouths before every take of a make-out scene..."
With files from Megan Lalonde.