‘Bridgerton’ Season 2 brings a halt to the production after another member tests COVID-19 positive


Popular Netflix series Bridgerton had recently started filming again after it was halted for some time as it was announced that a person on set was diagnosed COVID-19 positive. However, the production of the series has once again stopped after its second COVID-19 case this week, confirmed Variety. The production for season two first started in May in London.

Nevertheless, this time when the production will be resumed again is difficult to say as the Delta variant of COVID-19 has been a matter of increasing concern as countries around the globe report an abrupt surge in COVID-19 cases. The show was showcased on Netflix and had gained quite a fan following. Though Netflix refused to comment on the subject of the question of whether the contracted person was a member of the cast or crew.

Earlier this week only, the show bagged 12 Emmy nominations, including best drama series and leading actor for male lead Rege-Jean Page.

For season two of the show star¬† Phoebe Dynevor returns to show, however, Rege-Jean Page won’t be returning to the show based on Julia Quinn’s Novel. The resumption of the show comes as the U.K. is scheduled to be fully open on 19 July called Freedom day, despite the country hitting the highest daily news case rate in the world. According to the U.K government’s released figures, the country observed a total of 261,832 new cases. It is only a matter of question whether ‘freedom day’ led to an increase in COVID-19 cases or not.

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