Constructive COVID-19 exams shut down ‘Bridgerton’ Season 2 filming
Manufacturing on Season 2 of the British costume drama, Bridgerton, is on pause for a second time as a result of somebody on the set examined constructive for the coronavirus.
Deadline and The Hollywood Reporter mentioned Saturday the individuals are isolating, however haven’t been publicly recognized.
The primary individual was a crew member, however it’s unclear whether or not the second particular person is an actor or crew member.
Producer Shonda Rhimes‘ adaptation of Julia Quinn’s romance novels is filmed in the UK the place instances involving the Delta variant of the coronavirus are surging.
Netflix and Rhimes’ manufacturing firm, Shondaland, are engaged on a technique for manufacturing to renew safely.
Public Well being England mentioned there have been 51,870 new constructive instances of the coronavirus within the nation Friday; that quantity rose to 54,674 Saturday.
Season 1 of the series — starring Rege-Jean Web page and Phoebe Dynevor — was nominated for 12 Emmy Awards final week.
Web page will not be returning for Season 2, however Dynevor is. The brand new episodes are anticipated to deal with Anthony Bridgerton’s (Jonathan Bailey) seek for a spouse.
Bridgerton has already been renewed for Seasons 3 and 4.