Actor Cole Sprouse, who plays Jughead, stepped out to sign autographs and pose for photos in 2017. The cast was once again in Langley City filming at Gabby’s on Fraser Highway on March 19. Miranda Gathercole Langley Times

VIDEO: Fans line up to meet Riverdale stars

Actor Cole Sprouse treated fans in Langley to hugs, selfies and autographs

Some of the stars of the hit TV show Riverdale once again surprised fans in Langley with hugs, selfies and autographs.

The show is filming at Gabby’s Country Cabaret today (March 19), and there is a line up of people along Fraser Highway who are all hoping to catch a glimpse of their favourite actors.

The main characters of the show have been known to make appearances with their fans while filming on location, including at Gabby’s, where they have signed autographs and taken photos several times before.

READ MORE: Riverdale stars step out to meet fans in Langley City

The video below shows actor Cole Sprouse, who plays character Jughead, meeting with some very excited Riverdale enthusiasts.

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