Supergirl's Melissa Benoist Visits Riverdale, Hangs Out With Archie and Jughead

In small towns, you're bound to run into pretty much everybody sooner or later.

And in Riverdale, apparently, "everyone" includes Supergirl.

As production started on the first season of The CW's Riverdale in Vancouver this week, Supergirl star Melissa Benoist apparently stopped by the set to wish her new network-mates good luck, and snapped a picture with the iconic duo of KJ Apa's Archie Andrews and Cole Sprouse's Jughead Jones.

You can check it out below, via the Archie Comics Twitter feed.

With the series starting up soon, not much hs been officially released yet. Besides Twin Peaks influences that run deep enough that Betty's mom in the show is actually Madchen Amick, an actor who appeared on David Lynch's classic series, fans have been told that things might be a little strained between Archie and Jughead when the series kicks off.

“Jughead is the narrator in [Riverdale],” Sprouse told ComicBook.com during an interview at Comic Con International: San Diego in July. “But he’s also a strange, weird, observer-like character who stands behind the scenes. He’s a young sleuth. It looked like a bunch of fun.”

“I am the point of view character, but [calling the show] Riverdale is a very intentional thing," he added. "This is very much a story about all the lives, written from an outsider’s point of view. It’s not like I’m from a different town; I am the outsider just philosophically. Jughead has always been a non-conformist, anti-authority-type character, and he still carries that same sardonic, sarcastic attitude in this.”

Riverdale stars Apa as Archie, Sprouse as Jughead, Lili Reinhart as Betty Cooper, Camilla Mendes as Veronica Lodge, and Luke Perry as Archie's father Fred Andrews, among others. The series' showrunner is Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, Archie Entertainment's Chief Creative Officer and the writer of Afterlife With Archie, the publisher's wildly popular zombie series.

Riverdale is expected to debut on The CW in January 2017. No official scheduling has yet been made public. You can check out our review of the pilot here.