'Riverdale' May Have Accidentally Revealed a Major Spoiler on Social Media

Oh my god, Fred!

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The CW's hit show Riverdale is coming back in just three weeks (seriously thank God—these post Game of Thrones days have been rough), and they *might* have just accidentally revealed a huge spoiler from the upcoming season.

As most of you who are reading this know (#HelloFans), Riverdale ended on a cliffhanger—with Archie's dad Fred being shot in the diner. His life was literally hanging in the balance all hiatus long, but the show's latest social media post had a pretty big spoiler....

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Uhhhhh....so, Fred is alive then, right?

Fans certainly seem to think so:

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Honestly, thank god. Because a TV show without Luke Perry isn't a TV show worth watching. (Actually, just kidding, we'd watch Riverdale even if it was just Cole Sprouse sulking around in a leather jacket.)

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