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Luke Perry's 'Riverdale' Character Gets Emotional Sendoff

TMZ.com Thursday, 10 October 2019 ()
Spoiler alert ... Luke Perry's character just got a touching sendoff on the new season of "Riverdale" ... with the TV show bidding farewell following the actor's death. The hit CW series said goodbye to Luke's character, Fred Andrews, during…
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News video: Filming “Riverdale” Without Luke Perry Was Hard For The Cast

Filming “Riverdale” Without Luke Perry Was Hard For The Cast 02:08

"Riverdale" actors Skeet Ulrich, Marisol Nichols, Molly Ringwald and Mark Consuelos recount the emotional table read and filming of the opening episode of season 4 without the "beloved by everyone” Luke Perry.

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