Lili Reinhart is getting emotional as “Riverdale” nears its conclusion.

On Tuesday, the 26-year-old actress took her thoughts to Instagram and posted them in one of her Stories. She wrote in the post, which features a blurred photo, that she “shed a few tears on my way home from work tonight.”

Reinhart continued, “It’s overwhelming to think that an end is coming to our crazy little show.”

In the same post, the “Hustlers” actress noted that she is “so grateful to be where I’m today.” She added that she is “thankful for ‘Riverdale,’ for my fans, for my dear Betty, and for the family I’ve made through this experience.”

Lili Reinhart ended the post with, “That’s all, goodnight,” and accompanied it with a red heart emoji.

The post comes as “Riverdale,” where the actress plays the role of Betty Cooper in the last few years, fastly approaches its near end. 

The CW announced the news in May, with Entertainment Weekly noting at the time that the series will conclude with its new and upcoming seventh season, which will have a midseason return on the small screens in 2023.

Details about Season 7 have since remained scarce, although Us Weekly recently released a run-down, providing some information about the upcoming installment of the show.

The outlet shared that KJ Apa, Lili Reinhart, Camila Mendes, and Cole Sprouse are expected to reprise their roles for the seventh and final season of “Riverdale.” Some other series regulars are also said to return, including Madelaine Petsch, Casey Cott, Charles Melton, and Vanessa Morgan.

As for the plot of the final installment, the publication recalled that fans saw Cheryl saving the world from a comet at the end of Season 6. However, the move is said to have somehow caused the characters to return to their teenage selves, adding that they are in 1955, and Jughead is the only one who remembers their real lives.

The outlet subsequently noted what producer and showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa shared in a July 2022 exchange with Nerds of Color about the plot of Season 7. He is said to have revealed that the new and upcoming installment “is very much in continuity with the first six seasons, kind of the same way that ‘Riverdale’ ended up being in continuity with the rest of the season.”

Meanwhile, E! News recalled in a recent report, covering Lili Reinhart’s latest social media update, what the actress stated during a previous exclusive interview with them.

As noted, the “Chemical Hearts” star revealed whether she would go on to do another TV series like “Riverdale” after the end of the show.

Reinhart told the publication, which originally published the exchange in October, that she thinks she is “not going to sign up for another 22-episode show,” although she said she likes “a good limited series.”

She then explained, “That seems to be what’s lined up for me right now after ‘Riverdale,’ a limited series, so I won’t say no TV,” before adding, “It’s all about the story. It doesn’t really matter what kind of box you put it in."