Luke Perry’s ‘Riverdale’ Co-Stars Show Their Support Following His Hospitalization

Luke Perry‘s “Riverdale” co-stars are rallying around their castmate following the news he’s in the hospital after suffering a possible stroke.

The show’s stars, Lili Reinhart (aka Betty) and Cole Sprouse (who plays Jughead), sent well wishes to the star late Thursday night. Sharing a photo with Luke onset, Reinhart wrote, “Thinking of you, Luke. And praying for your safe recovery.”

Sprouse, who’s dating Reinhart IRL, posted a candid photo with Luke. “Love u bud,” he captioned the pic.

Luke, who plays Archie’s father, Fred Andrews, on the hit CW series, got lots of support from his parental counterparts too.

Skeet Ulrich (Jughead’s dad) was among the first to send their prayers to Luke. “Waiting for ya brotha!! Someone has to man the grill for me,” he wrote, sharing a photo of a smiling Luke Perry wearing a cowboy hat in the pool.

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His wife on the show, Molly Ringwald, expressed her love on Twitter: “Sending my love to Luke Perry.”

Other co-stars showed their support too, including: Mädchen AmickMarisol NicholsNathalie Boltt, Casey CottLochlyn Munro and Gina Gershon.

Luke’s “Riverdale” castmates aren’t the only onscreen family who’ve sent their well wishes to the star. “Beverly Hills, 90210” stars Shannen Doherty and Ian Ziering were among those thinking of Luke.

As The Blast reported, Perry was transported to a hospital in Burbank after possibly suffering a stroke at his home. Despite reports that he’s in a medically induced coma, we’re told that’s “not true.”

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Love you bud

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Love you Luke 💟

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Love you my brother.

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🙏🏼Luke 💜

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Love ya, Bud!! Stay strong…..❤️

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