Riverdale leaves fans 'gasping' as Archie and Betty strip naked for steamy shower sex scene

RIVERDALE fans got very hot under the collar during an unexpected shower romp between Archie and Betty.

The childhood friends found themselves back in Riverdale after the popular CW drama had a seven year jump.

Betty (Lili Reinhart) who is now a hotshot FBI agent has come back to her hometown and popped by Archie's (KJ Apa) place to help him clean up after vandals destroyed it.

Cleaning up a big home like that is sweaty work and the friends decided to get cleaned up together in a steamy shower.

For Riverdale fans who ship 'Barchie' the characters' hook-up has been a long time coming, even though the pair kept their hands off each other out of respect for their former partners, Jughead and Veronica.

The 28-second scene may have been brief but it was definitely enough to whet the appetites of Riverdale viewers.




Some fans even described the sexy shower romp as "the hottest sex scene the show's ever had".

"I JUST CAN’T GET OVER ARCHIE AND BETTY’S SHOWER SCENE," wrote one Twitter user.

Another added: "BARCHIE PROVED TO BE HOT SEXUAL AND ROMANTIC AT THE SAME TIME. WHAT ELSE DO YOU GUYS NEED FOR YOU TO SHIP THEM? THE CHEMISTRY AND HISTORY ARE ALL THERE. I don't understand why people would hate them."

And a third said: "That shower scene was the best thing to come out of the last 5 seasons."

The fallout of their hook-up is yet to be seen among their exes, but with Veronica now married, it might not be such an issue for her, even though she's still good friends with Betty.

But Jughead might not be so cool about it give his very frosty interaction with Betty in the show's most recent episode.

There are just seven episodes in Riverdale's fifth season, which is a massive drop on previous seasons.

Season five is the shortest in length, with the others being between 13 to 22 episodes long.

Despite the shortened season, Riverdale will continue after its fifth series, The CW confirmed.

Mark Pedowitz, the president of The CW Television Network said in a statement, said: “Though we're just a few weeks into the new season, we wanted to get a strategic head start on next season with these early renewals.

"[This] allows our production teams to start laying out story arcs and hiring staff, and at the same time, continues to provide us with a strong, stable schedule to build on for next season."

Speaking in March 2020 to the LA Times, actor KJ Apa said he’ll be on Riverdale “for the next three years," which suggests there's more to come.

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