The Covid-19 pandemic has not only affected humanity but has largely put an impact on the entertainment world. Although things have not become like before everybody is trying to settle in this new normal lifestyle. Amidst this when the world economy has come to halt, ABC sitcom “The Conners” has resumed its production from 17th August onwards.
The season 2 of this series was in the production when the coronavirus pandemic breaks down. Although they had completed the filming of the last few episodes prior to the complete shutdown. And the fans were not expecting for season 3 in this critical situation. But they have finally come out of their comfort zone just for the sake of entertaining their fans.
The Conners: Government permit shooting
In the world’s coronavirus list, the USA is at the top followed by Brazil and India. When the number of cases is constantly rising in Los Angeles, “The Conners” team is back to work after a long vacation. The Government has given permission for film and television production but the studio should be free from any live audience. Other than this, the team is required to follow the norms of social distancing during the whole process.
The Conners: Measures were taken
The team has finally started the production of Season 3 by following the Hollywood Union guidelines. There will be no unnecessary crowd and the filming will continue with the minimal crew. Not only this, but only those cast will also be there who are required for that particular scene. For the first time, there will be no live audience in the studio for witnessing the entire shoot. The team should wear masks and even maintain distance at work. Each and every crew member as well as the equipment will be sanitized properly in regular intervals.
The Conners: Realistic plot
The Conners is very famous among the fans not only for comedy but even because it has always incorporated the current world’s scenario. According to the Executive Producer Bruce Helford, the comedy sitcom will definitely highlight the present global pandemic and will be as realistic as possible. This will not only allow the viewers to engage more but even ease out the production’s work as well.
The Conners is not the only series that has resumed the filming in this pandemic situation. Other than this, Days Of Our Lives and S.W.A.T have started their shooting by maintaining all the safety precautions.