The cast and crew of Riverdale are still trying to move forward after the death of Luke Perry, and the show's writers are still working on the best way to address his passing in future episodes. Perry died from a stroke earlier this month, and after his death, production on the show was shut down

There has been no announcement from the show's creators that production has resumed, but People reports that filming has picked back up in Canada. Luckily for fans, there are more episodes of Riverdale featuring Perry that have yet to air, and he's due to appear in another film later this year.

Riverdale's cast and crew are still recovering from Luke Perry's untimely death.

Riverdale show runner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa spoke to Entertainment Tonight about how Perry's death has affected the cast and crew. He said that Perry, who played Fred Andrews, was a big part of the show. "Luke was, is, and will always be a big part of Riverdale," he continued. "We're kind of a family, and when a loss like this happens, you carry it always."

They are still trying to find the best way to address his death on the show.

Aguirre-Sacasa said that he knows the show has to address Perry's death, but they're still trying to figure out the best way to do it. He said, "We're giving ourselves a little bit of time and space before we figure out the best way to honor him." No story lines for addressing his death have been set. They are just acknowledging that the show won't be the same without him.

Perry will be a part of every Riverdale episode going forward.

Aguirre-Sacasa also said that "every episode for the rest of time on Riverdale will have a little bit of Luke in it." Every episode of the show since Perry's passing has been dedicated to him, and that will continue until the show is completed. The first episode to air after his death had this dedication card to Perry at its end. It read: In memoriam. Luke Perry. 1966–2019. 

Perry's death has been very hard on everyone involved with Riverdale.

Members of the Riverdale cast and crew have added memorial posts about Perry to their social media and have acknowledged how difficult this has been for them. They were even offered counseling services after he passed. But it's only been a few weeks since his passing, and the adjustment is understandably very new. 

Riverdale production was shut down immediately following Perry's death. 

They were still filming the final episodes of season three when Perry passed. Meanwhile, earlier episodes from the season have continued to air. It's also unclear how many episodes Perry was able to film before his death.

But the show has reportedly commenced filming.

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People reports that Riverdale filming has started again in Vancouver, Canada. KJ Apa, who plays Archie on the show, just posted a picture of himself getting his hair and makeup done. Nothing else has been said about the production resuming. The show's official Instagram and Twitter have been simply featuring teasers for upcoming episodes.

Perry's death was a shock to everyone.

Perry died from what TMZ called a "massive stroke." He was rushed to the hospital late last month and reportedly placed in a medically induced coma. There was hope that he would recover at one point because he was responsive when medical professionals first arrived at his home. But he was unable to recover from the brain damage and passed away surrounded by loved ones on March 4. 

The cast of Beverly Hills, 90210 alongside other people close to Perry have been expressing their gratitude and love for the late actor.

Perry first shot to fame by playing Dylan McKay on 90210 in the '90s. His former castmate Brian Austin Green dedicated an installment of his podcast to Perry. Green said that Perry "was a great guy" he was "extremely lucky" to have known. He went on to say that members of the cast got together at fellow castmember Gabrielle Carteris’ home. He said he was glad to see all of these people after so many years, but was saddened by the circumstances. 

Many of the Riverdale cast and crew members opened up about how much Perry meant to them in recent weeks.

Lili Reinhart, who plays Betty Cooper on Riverdale, tweeted about him no longer being there to share his "wisdom and kindness." Reinhart's costar and boyfriend, Cole Sprouse, said that he never met anyone who didn't like Perry. 

Thankfully, Riverdale won't be your last chance to see Perry on-screen.

Perry had finished filming a new movie he's starring in just before he passed. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood follows the real-life story of an actor and his stunt double as they try and make it in Hollywood. Perry plays a character named Scott Lancer, who portrayed one of the main characters on a Western series that ran in the 1960s and '70s. The film is reported to debut at the Cannes Film Festival in May.