One of this year's breakout TV series came in the form of "Riverdale," a twisted take on the famous Archie comics everyone grew up enjoying. The unique interpretation came via Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and the series was created under Greg Berlanti's production brand. It first aired on The CW in January and earned international broadcast via Netflix. The success of the first season was awarded with a renewal, with the original cast returning to reprise their roles, except for Ross Butler, whose commitments with the second season of "13 Reasons Why" has forced him to pass on his role to Charles Melton for "Riverdale" season 2.

The first season of the series left viewers with a major cliffhanger. While it resolved the question about who ultimately killed Jason Blossom (his own father did), it now begs the pressing question—who shot Fred Andrews?

Lili Reinhart, Cami Mendes, and Madelaine Petsch hint at season 2 promo

Now that a sophomore season has been confirmed, the cast and production are already busy to meet the fall 2017 deadline. In fact, the women of "Riverdale" season 2 took to Instagram to share that they're already shooting the promo for the second season. Lili Reinhart shared a few stories showing off her character, Betty Cooper's new cardigan, and Madelaine Petsch, who plays Cheryl Blossom, showed off her character's long, red nails and her signature red lips.

Reinhart and Cami Mendes, who plays Veronica Lodge on the show, also shared a video of themselves saying, "Sorry, we can't come to the phone right now. We're a little busy. Please leave a message after the beep. Beeeeeeeep!"

Season 2 premiere title is ominous

It seems that "Riverdale" season 2 is in full swing over at The CW, as earlier this week, Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa shared a photo of the season premiere's cover page.

The cover page featured an illustration of a table at Pop's Chock'lit Shoppe, and on it was an overturned chocolate milkshake and what looks like blood all over the table. The title of Chapter Fourteen, which is the season premiere, is "A Kiss Before Dying," which might be an ominous sign for Fred Andrews. Will the show claim another life in the span of just 14 episodes?

As Jughead's narration during the finale said, "People will look back at this as the exact moment that last bit of Riverdale's innocence finally died. When darkness won, marked by an act of violence, that was anything but random." If this is any indication, it's that Fred Andrews' shooting was planned, and the man (or woman) behind it is still at large. "Riverdale" season 2 returns to The CW this fall.