Production of the much-anticipated second of the hit Netflix series bridgerton have stopped.
Netflix announced on Saturday (July 17) that it has halted production for an “indefinite period” following the discovery of a second positive COVID test the day after filming resumed. US Weekly reports.
The show initially halted production for a few days last week and resumed filming on Friday (July 16). a source told US WeeklyProduction halted briefly due to a small number of positive COVID cases. All COVID-19 health and safety protocols were followed, and those affected were isolated. No cast [members were] Affected.”
According to US WeeklyNetflix is currently working on a timetable for a safe return to filming.
Production on season 2 of bridgerton, which Shonda Rhimes Created, debuted in the UK last April after being greenlighted in January. The first season premiered in December 2020 and reached a record-breaking 82 million homes worldwide.
Season 1 has also received 12 Emmy nominations, including one for Breakout Star. reggae-jean page For Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series. Page will not return for Season 2.
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