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You Won't Believe What Vanessa Morgan Was Doing On 'Riverdale' Set While 7 Months Pregnant

You Won't Believe What Vanessa Morgan Was Doing On 'Riverdale' Set While 7 Months Pregnant

Vanessa Morgan isn’t letting her pregnancy hold her back at work!

The 28-year-old actress is currently pregnant with her first child while continuing to film the upcoming season of Riverdale.

Late last week, Vanessa shared what she was doing on set, just eight weeks away from the birth of her baby.

“Filming on stage with with live snakes yesterday 🐍 haha can’t wait to show my lil guy what his mom was doing 8 weeks before he was born 😂🤰🏽 #RiverdaleS5,” she captioned her post.

Co-star and BFF Madelaine Petsch shared her post on her own Instagram story and praised her and women.

“8 weeks before she has her lil baby boy she is working crazy hours and doing dances with live snakes. Woman are so powerful,” Madelaine wrote.

Vanessa recently shared how her pregnancy has affected her work days.

“Shout out to all the pregnant mommas workin full time jobs,” she wrote on Instagram story back in October (via People). “All I know is growing a human makes me 10x more tired at work so just wanted to say each and every one of you are so friggen incredible and strong 👏🏽♥️♥️♥️♥️.”

If you missed it, find out when Riverdale season five premieres!

The CW Sets Premiere Dates For 'Riverdale,' 'The Flash,' & More!

The CW Sets Premiere Dates For 'Riverdale,' 'The Flash,' & More!

The CW has just announced the premiere dates for many of it’s shows!

Returning in January 2021 include Riverdale, Batwoman, Nancy Drew, All American, Walker, Legacies and Charmed.

Shows premiering in February include Black Lightning, The Flash and Superman & Lois.

The CW has also picked up Canadian series Trickster, and it will debut January 12th, with Joel Oulette as Jared, an Indigenous teen struggling to keep his dysfunctional family above water. When he starts seeing strange things — talking ravens, doppelgängers, skin monsters — his already chaotic life is turned upside down.

Other new shows of course include Jared Padelecki‘s Walker, Texas Ranger reboot, Walker, as well as new DC series Superman & Lois.

Click to the next slide to see the full winter premiere schedule for The CW in 2021…

Marisol Nichols Says Leaving 'Riverdale' Originally Wasn't Necessarily Her Choice

Marisol Nichols Says Leaving 'Riverdale' Originally Wasn't Necessarily Her Choice

Marisol Nichols is opening up about her shocking exit from Riverdale earlier this year!

The actress, who plays Hermione Lodge on the series, revealed that it wasn’t quite her decision to leave.

“How do I put this? That’s a good question,” she told ET. “It wasn’t necessarily a choice… It’s just kind of what happens.”

Despite her announcement in February, back in June, she revealed that she would in fact be returning to Riverdale in season five as a recurring guest star!

Now, Marisol says that Hermione really sticks up for herself.

“Well, one of the things that was really important for me, if I was going to come back and wrap things up or do some more episodes, was that Hermione stick up for herself,” she shared. “It was really bothering me that she was in, for all intents and purposes, kind of in an abusive relationship.”

“She changed who she was to be with Hiram and, not that she’s innocent, but it bothered me. It bothered me just as a woman,” Marisol added. “I wanted to see her have some strength and some power and stand on her own two feet and not be stupid — for lack of a better word.”

“So that was really important to me and Roberto honored that and I’m very happy about what I’m doing so far.”

Skeet Ulrich Says Goodbye To 'Riverdale' On Last Day, Co-Stars React

Skeet Ulrich Says Goodbye To 'Riverdale' On Last Day, Co-Stars React

It’s the last day for Skeet Ulrich on the set of Riverdale!

The 50-year-old actor has starred as FP Jones since the beginning, and announced his departure earlier this year.

Skeet announced he wasn’t returning to the show in season five before the pandemic hit and ended season four production early. Since they are wrapping up the season four storyline at the beginning of season five, he came back to finish off his episodes and close the chapter.

On Thursday (October 15), Skeet shared an Instagram post, revealing it was his last day of filming, and said his goodbyes.

“Goodbye Riverdale…thank you for introducing me to some lifelong friendships and so many beautiful souls. Today is my last day on set but the experience will never leave my heart ❤️ Thank you to all of you for the love and support 🙏,” he captioned a photo.

“You will be missed… Literally so sad my little bestie,” Madelaine Petsch wrote on her Instagram story while sharing his post. She also shared a video of him heading to his trailer, which you can see below!

Many other co-stars left comments on his post, even showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, who left the door open for him to return, hinting that he won’t be killed off the show!

“Last day…for now! Thank you, Skeet, for everything. Don’t be a stranger, in life, nor on the show. There will always be a hook for you to hang your Serpent jacket on in Riverdale. ❤️🏆🐍🚀,” Roberto commented.

See all of the Riverdale stars’ comments in the gallery!

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KJ Apa Pulls Casey Cott In For a Kiss On 'Riverdale' Set (Photos)

KJ Apa Pulls Casey Cott In For a Kiss On 'Riverdale' Set (Photos)

KJ Apa and Casey Cott almost kiss in these new photos from the set of Riverdale on Thursday (October 8) in Vancouver, British Columbia.

The stars of the show returned to work after production was shut down for a week, due to COVID testing delays.

Pregnant Vanessa Morgan was also seen out in public for the first time since announcing her pregnancy over the summer.

Also spotted on set that day were Cole Sprouse, Lili Reinhart, Madelaine Petsch and Charles Melton.

Last week, it was announced that Drew Ray Tanner got promoted to series regular, and another new series regular was cast as Pop Tate’s granddaughter Tabitha.

The upcoming fifth season of Riverdale, which will feature a seven year time jump, is set to premiere in January 2021 in it’s 8pm Wednesday night time slot!

30+ photos inside of the cast of Riverdale on set… More Here! »

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'Riverdale' & 'Batwoman' Among CW Shows Resuming Filming After Temporary Halt

'Riverdale' & 'Batwoman' Among CW Shows Resuming Filming After Temporary Halt

Some of The CW‘s series are heading back to work this week after temporary shutting down Vancouver productions last week!

Riverdale and Batwoman will be able to resume filming on Wednesday (October 7), Deadline reports.

The shows had to shut down their productions due to Coronavirus testing delays and are the first of the Warner Bros productions to return.

Other shows that film in Vancouver that are back to filming include fellow CW series Nancy Drew and Charmed, Disney+ shows The Mighty Ducks and Turner and Hooch, Hulu’s Mysterious Benedict Society, and ABC’s A Million Little Things.

The Flash, Supergirl and DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow are still awaiting the go ahead.

According to Deadline, “a local lab did not meet deadlines, leaving productions in the dark. There are no indication that there are any positive cases but, without definitive PCR test results and no rapid testing available, studios have had no choice but to halt production.”

Drew Ray Tanner Gets Promoted To Series Regular For 'Riverdale' Season 5!

Drew Ray Tanner Gets Promoted To Series Regular For 'Riverdale' Season 5!

Drew Ray Tanner is now a series regular on Riverdale!

The exciting news was announced on Wednesday (September 30), and the actor couldn’t be more thankful.

“Wow. Almost 3 years to the day my journey with Riverdale started. I didn’t know back then that it’d become such a life changing experience for me,” he wrote on Instagram. “The cast and crew has become like family, and supported me every step on this path. Creating such a wonderful space to go into work each day, and to offer guidance when I needed it the most.”

“There are some people from those early days that I’ve also seen grow, and it makes me so damn happy to see what this show has done for so many people. A big thank you to my team Allan and Mary, and my first agent Kumi who helped me get my foot in the door. Special thanks to Warner Bros and The CW for having me, and to @writerras for giving Fangs and I a home. Lastly, to the fans! It’s true, without you this is all but a pipe dream. I love you!!! xx,” Drew added.

Showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa also celebrated the news.

“Thrilled with this news!! @drewraytanner is a series regular on #Riverdale starting this season!!! Fangs Fogarty has come a LOOOOONG way from the comic books!!! 🔥❤️💃🏻🐍🌈🍟💎🚀🚀,” he wrote on Instagram.

“Drew’s such a great guy and terrific actor, and has been with Riverdale since season two, making the character of Fangs Fogarty a fan favorite,” Roberto told E! News. “We’re all thrilled he’s joining us for season five as a series regular, living with on-again, off-again boyfriend Kevin Keller and Serpent Queen Toni Topaz. Also happy to announce that we’ll see more of Drew SINGING!”

In case you missed it, this is actual the second series regular announcement this week. Find out who was just cast in a new role!