A film crew took over the parking lot of Gabby’s Country Cabaret on Fraser Highway Wednesday as shooting of the series Riverdale continues. Troy Landreville Langley Times

A film crew took over the parking lot of Gabby’s Country Cabaret on Fraser Highway Wednesday as shooting of the series Riverdale continues. Troy Landreville Langley Times

Riverdale films at Gabby’s Country Cabaret today

Popular TV series has used many filming locations in Langley

Riverdale fans may get a sneak peek of the TV show’s upcoming season in Langley today.

The popular Netflix series is filming on location at Gabby’s Country Cabaret in Langley City, according to whatsfilming.ca.

Shadow Lake Films will be using the interior of Gabby’s on Aug. 16 and 17. They will also be filming at James Kennedy Elementary school on Aug. 17.

Those who watch the show, which is based on the Archie Comics characters, may recognize many Lower Mainland locations in the first season, including Aldergrove’s Twilight Drive-In.

That venue was used in episode four, which aired Feb. 16, where character Jughead despairs over the news that the local drive-in he works at is closing. During the final night at the drive-in, the James Dean movie Rebel Without A Cause lit up the Twilight screen.

RELATED: Riverdale shines spotlight on Aldergrove’s Twilight Drive-In

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Jennifer Fox captured this photo of Jughead, played by Cole Sprouse, taking a break outside of Gabby’s on Aug. 16.

Jennifer Fox captured this photo of Jughead, played by Cole Sprouse, taking a break outside of Gabby’s on Aug. 16.

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